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The COM-45SP is the latest COM Express module from the Aaeon development team, which has been chosen by Intel as a lead account for the creation of a COM module for the Intel GM45 chipset.

The COM-45SP supports Intel Core 2 Duo/Celeron M (Socket-P) processors built on a 45nm process with up to 6MB CPU cache and a FSB of 1,067MHz.

It supports up to 8GB DDR3 in a dual-channel configuration by way of two 204-pin SODIMM sockets.

With Gigabit Ethernet for a high-bandwidth network connection and eight USB 2.0 ports, the COM-45SP offers the connectivity required by demanding applications.

The COM-45SP offers x16 PCI-Express lanes through the GMCH, five additional PCI-Express lanes from the ICH9M (I/O controller hub), four 32-bit PCI, LPC bus, SMBus and I2C.

This module has been designed to operate from a wide DC input range of 8.5V to 19V.

‘The key feature of this COM Express module is the reduction of development time and cost through the use of a common platform on a custom carrier board,’ said Peter Yang, product manager of Aaeon’s Embedded Computing Division.

‘You may design your own carrier board to support the COM-45SP or Aaeon can provide a Design to Delivery (DTD) service to minimise loading and maximise ability to allocate internal resources.

‘Aaeon’s DTD service for carrier board design can be done in as little as 30 working days.

‘By using Aaeon’s resources for board development, the customer is free to focus on its core competency,’ he added.

The Intel GM45 offers Intel’s fifth generation of integrated graphics with hardware decode for Mpeg2 supporting WMV9 (VC1) and H.264 (AVC).

The COM-45SP offers CRT/LCD, CRT/TV, CRT/DVI, LCD/TV, LCD/DVI, all in simultaneous or dual view configurations.

The x16 PCI-Express can be configured to support two SDVOs, two HDMI ports, two DVI ports or three Displayport interfaces.

The COM-45SP features a high-definition audio interface to meet the needs of various market segments such as: digital signage, gaming and entertainment, security, defence and government, retail and advertising, and multimedia.

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