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Aaeon has introduced a Com Express CPU module that adopts the Intel Atom processor D510, the first dual-core chip in the Intel Atom processor range supported for embedded applications.

The Com-LN brings Intel Atom processor technology to the embedded world.

The Intel Atom processor D510 supports Intel Hyper-Threading Technology and features an integrated graphics controller (GMA 3150) along with a built-in memory controller, reducing the chipset footprint.

Com-LN utilises the Intel 82801HM input/output controller (ICH8-M) to create a feature-rich platform and the Intel 82567V Gigabit Ethernet controller for Gigabit Ethernet connection.

One parallel IDE and three SATA interfaces provide flexible storage options, according to the company.

Five PCI-Express (x1) lanes, optional six PCI-Express (x1) lanes and four 32-bit PCI, as well as LPC, SMBus and I2C, provide expansion interfaces.

This choice of expansion interfaces allows system integrators to expand their embedded systems.

According to Peter Yang, product manager of Aaeon’s Embedded Computing Division, Com-LN utilises the company’s rapid prototyping services, Design To Delivery (DTD).

Aaeon also offers standard Com Express carrier boards for proof of concept, he added.

The Com-LN provides support for an 18-bit single-channel LVDS LCD as well as standard analogue CRT, which can be configured for simultaneous and dual-view display.

Com Express CPU module for embedded applications

Aaeon has introduced a Com Express CPU module that adopts the Intel Atom processor D510, the first dual-core chip in the Intel Atom processor range supported for embedded applications.

The Com-LN brings Intel Atom processor technology to the embedded world.

The Intel Atom processor D510 supports Intel Hyper-Threading Technology and features an integrated graphics controller (GMA 3150) along with a built-in memory controller, reducing the chipset footprint.

Com-LN utilises the Intel 82801HM input/output controller (ICH8-M) to create a feature-rich platform and the Intel 82567V Gigabit Ethernet controller for Gigabit Ethernet connection.

One parallel IDE and three SATA interfaces provide flexible storage options, according to the company.

Five PCI-Express (x1) lanes, optional six PCI-Express (x1) lanes and four 32-bit PCI, as well as LPC, SMBus and I2C, provide expansion interfaces.

This choice of expansion interfaces allows system integrators to expand their embedded systems.

According to Peter Yang, product manager of Aaeon’s Embedded Computing Division, Com-LN utilises the company’s rapid prototyping services, Design To Delivery (DTD).

Aaeon also offers standard Com Express carrier boards for proof of concept, he added.

The Com-LN provides support for an 18-bit single-channel LVDS LCD as well as standard analogue CRT, which can be configured for simultaneous and dual-view display.

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