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Qseven-Based Computer Module Enlists Atom Processor

Addressing the portable device market, the conga-QA embarks as the first computer module based on the Qseven form factor and employs the latest Intel Atom Z5xx range of processors and US15W system-controller hub. The Qseven platform specifies a typical power consumption of less than 5W and mechanical dimensions barely bigger than a credit card, plus it integrates battery management and ACPI 3.0 power management functions. The module provides numerous interfaces such as PCI Express and SATA, 8x USB 2.0, 1x SATA, 1x SDIO, 1x PCIe, LPC bus, I²C bus, Gigabit Ethernet, and high-definition audio. Other features include up to 4 GB of flash storage and a choice of CPUs. The economical version uses the Atom Z510 processor with a 1.1-GHz core frequency and 400 MHz front-side and memory bus. The high-end version contains a 1.6-GHz Atom Z530 with a 533-MHz front-side and memory bus. Both versions have a 512k L2 cache and can access 512 MB of DDR2 memory. The conga-QA will be available in April 2009. Volume pricing with the Atom Z510 is $150 each. CONGATEC INC., San Diego, CA. (760) 635-2600.


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