COM Module Adds Atom

June 25, 2009
Kontron’s microETXexpress-DC Computer-on-Module features a 1.6-GHz N270 Intel Atom processor with the 945GSE and ICH7M chipsets. The 3D graphics accelerator handles dual independent displays with support for SVDO, LVDS, VGA, and TV-out.

Kontron’s microETXexpress-DC Computer-on-Module features a 1.6-GHz N270 Intel Atom processor with the 945GSE and ICH7M chipsets. The 3D graphics accelerator handles dual independent displays with support for SVDO, LVDS, VGA, and TV-out. It runs on 8.5 to 18 V dc and supports the new S5 ECO power state. The module also can handle up to 2 Gbytes of socketed DDR2 533 RAM. The COM Express type 2 board supports Gigabit Ethernet, two SerialATA ports and one parallel ATA port, eight USB 2.0 ports, and three PCI-Express x1 lanes, plus a PCI 2.3, 32-bit/33-MHz connection. It supports high-definition audio and TPM 1.2 security as well.

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