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Computer-On-Module Carries Atom N270 Processor

The latest member of the company’s computer-on-module (COM) family is the Express-ATC, a compact COM Express module measuring only 95 x 95 mm. The unit is fully compatible with the Type 2 pin-out of the PICMG COM Express specification. This highly integrated compact-size COM Express module is an off-the-shelf building block that is ready to plug into custom-made, application-specific carrier boards for embedded and mobile applications. Based on the ultra-low-power Intel Atom N270 processor and Mobile Intel 945GSE Express chipset, the Express-ATC comes with integrated support for a high-resolution CRT, single/dual-channel LVDS, and TV out (SDTV and HDTV). It supports up to 2 GB of DDR2 533-MHz memory on a single SODIMM socket. The module supports three PCI Express x1 lanes via the Intel I/O Controller Hub 7-M (ICH7-M) Southbridge, one Gigabit Ethernet connection, and two SATA channels. Legacy support is provided for a single Parallel ATA channel, 32-bit PCI and Low Pin Count bus (LPC). The module also supports an onboard IDE-based solid-state drive (SSD) of up to 8 GB. Target applications are medical diagnostics and imaging, gaming, industrial automation, test and measurement, and industrial control. The Express-ATC COM Express module is available now with list price of $850 with 2 GB RAM, a 4-GB solid-state drive, and a heat sink. ADLINK TECHNOLOGY INC., San Jose, CA. (800) 966-5200.


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