One of most compact, highly integrated cost efficient Computer-on-Module on the embedded market.
Based on ARM and x86 CPUs, it uses a single type of standard interface connector for all types of Qseven® boards.
SMARC ("Smart Mobility ARChitecture") is a versatile, small, form factor computer module definition targeting applications that are power-efficient, low-cost, and high-performing. The modules typically use ARM SOCs similar or identical to those used in many familiar devices such as tablet computers and smart phones.
A highly integrated and compact PC board that can be used in a various applications.
Based on high-performance modern ARM and x86 CPUs it has a lot of standard features and uses a standard interface.
ETX® (Embedded Technology eXtended) architecture is based on two elements: the ETX® CPU Module and the ETX® Baseboard.
The ETX® CPU modules have a compact size (95 x 114 mm) and four standard high-density connectors through which the ISA bus, PCI bus and the most common I/O signals in a PC are conveyed to the ETX® Baseboard.