At electronica 2016, SECO, an Affiliate Member of Intel ISA (Intel Internet of Things Solutions Alliance), has previewed the Q7-B03, a Qseven 2.1 compliant module based on the new Intel Atom E39xx family, Intel Celeron N3350, and Intel Pentium N4200 SoCs, (formerly codenamed Apollo Lake).
The increasing complexity of connected machines and the quick development of IoT infrastructures require enhanced processing power and exceptional efficiency, as well as the ability of handling several tasks simultaneously.
Believing in the amazing possibilities of this latest generation of Intel processors and conforming it to the most recent Qseven standard Rel. 2.1, the SECO Q7-B03, based on the Intel Atom processor E3900 series, Intel Celeron processor N3350, and Intel Pentium processor N4200 platform, is designed with the Internet of Things in mind.
The Q7-B03 is able to merge high graphics performance (4K HW Video both decoding and encoding) with excellent power efficiency, even in extreme temperatures. Also featuring wide connectivity capability and supporting the most popular operating systems, the Q7-B03 is particularly suitable for any kind of low power embedded application, such as HMI, digital signage/Infotainment, multimedia, visual computing and industrial IoT.
The new Q7-B03 was presented during the electronica 2016 (Messe München, November 8-11, 2016), along with additional innovative and high performance solutions from SECO, both at the SECO booth (A6.438) and at the SGeT (Standardization Group for Embedded Technologies) booth (A6.549).
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