PRODUCTS & TECHNOLOGY
Qseven Module Uses Atom Z510/Z530 and supports up to 4 PCIe x1 lanes
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Built with Intel’s Atom Z510 (1.1 GHz) or Z530 (1.6 GHz) processor and Intel System Controller Hub (SCH) US15W, a new Qseven module supports onboard 1Gbyte or 2Gbyte DDR2 SDRAM, onboard NAND Flash (4Gbyte with optional upgrade to 8Gbyte). In additioen, the PQ7-M104G from American Portwell offers two SATA and three PCI-E x1 lanes (with an option of four) from its Qseven Golden Finger and dual independent displays via LVDS and SVDO. A Mini-ITX carrier board (PQ7-C200) and 3.5? carrier board (PQ7-C100) are available as a developer kit. With its low power consumption—under 10W (+5V)— the PQ7-M104G can be in a fanless configuration and battery-operated.
Portwell’s PQ7-M104G provides reduced time-to-market and true expansion capability and flexibility. It can help development time and costs during initial phase of development, achieve a faster time-to-market, a simplified future upgrade path, scalability and an increased application lifecycle. In addition, Portwell also can provide services to customers on the carrier board design and development, review schematics and BIOS customization.
American Portwell Technology, Fremont, CA. (510) 403-3399. [www.portwell.com].