Acrosser released 4 new COM Express modules for Industrial AI/ IoT applications.
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COM Express, a computer-on-module (COM) form factor, is a highly integrated and compact computer that can be used in a design application much like an integrated circuit component. Each module integrates core CPU and memory functionality, the common I/O of a PC/AT, USB, audio, graphics (PEG), and Ethernet.
Today, the COM Express module is a small but powerful tool that can be applied to various kinds of industries. This quarter, Acrosser Technology came out with 4 brand-new COM Express systems on modules for customers to develop their AI/IoT applications.
All Acrosser COM Express modules are built-in with high-speed and powerful performances that are suitable for applications that are in need of multi-tasking, multi-threading, or video rendering.
These 4 different COM Express modules are:
ACM-XE21B6 -- COM Express Basic Type 6 module is powered by Intel Core i7/Xeon D which can offer rich features and up to 24 PCIe lanes Expansion, high graphical capabilities, and design flexibility to help facilitate quick deployment.
ACM-ICLDE7-- COM Express Basic Type 7 module is powered by Intel ICE LAKE D which can provide up to four 10 GbE interfaces and up to 32 PCIe lanes Expansion, is suitable for data center, server, and high-bandwidth video applications.
ACM-XD15B7 -- COM Express Basic Type 7 module is powered by Intel Xeon D which can provide up to four 10 GbE interfaces and up to 32 PCIe lanes Expansion, is suitable for data center, server, and high-bandwidth video applications.
ACM-TGLUE0-- COM Express mini Type 10 module is powered by the 11th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Family which can deliver outstanding computing and up to 4 PCIe lanes Expansion, graphics, and media performance.
All Acrosser COM Express modules are designed for delivering outstanding computing, graphics, and media performance to different kinds of Industrial AI/IoT, military, aerospace, gaming, medical, transportation, Internet of things, and general computing embedded applications including automation control, medical imaging, digital signage, gaming machines, and retail/POS/kiosk applications, and more.