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Com Express 10 Module

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Congatec has launched the new Intel Atom and Celeron processors and ECC Support Type 10 into the COM Express mini market. These new modules are ideal for x86-based mobile and semi-stationary industrial automation and medical technology applications because of their low power draw.

Previous Atom processor generations performed poorly despite the fact that they were very efficient in terms of power. This has made the microarchitecture remain dominant after Silverthorne architecture was introduced into the market. Great distance to the stronger models of the Core I series was caused by missing features and the poor performance of the previous graphics processor.

Successful Revamp

The new Atom and Celeron processors have been brought back on trend by introducing out-of-order execution, modern and competitive graphics with OpenGL 3.2 and DX11. It has similarities with that of the current Ivy Bridge generation in terms of the new feature set and options. Power consumption is produced three times the high performance, according to Intel. This means the available power per watt is more compared to the latest ARM processors. In addition to that, quad processors have been developed in the form of the Atom and Celeron processors. The graphics and the Individual cores are able to get clocked much higher due to the updated turbo bust. This depends on the load in the thermal budget.

(Error Correcting Code)  ECC Memory support

Financial/banking and telecommunication sectors can apply the use of ECC memory support since Com Express 10 is becoming a constantly growing segment. ECC modules play a crucial role in checking and adjusting the flow of data, unlike the typical RAM modules. This helps minimize errors by correcting them. Single bit errors can be detected by the correction mode of this memory type. It also has the ability to detect double-bit errors.   

Possible Areas of Application

The cong-MA3E IS suited for both semi-stationary and compact applications due to its high performance, compact footprint, and low power draw. Long-term availability of at least seven years for chip and board, high-resolution screens, and touch-sensitive Hd graphics are some of its benefits. Additionally, its exclusive use of ceramic capacitors makes it have high operational reliability. Minimum power draw is provided by full x86 code compatibility. It is possible to use existing x86 applications continuously.

Passively cooled digital signage without fans, digitals PCs, and monitoring systems are some additional applications. Its performance is the same compared to recent Celeron and Pentium systems which allow fully enclosed systems to be used. These systems were used in places that required complicated cooling systems. Use of modern virtualization techniques is also enabled by the additional performance.

In conclusion, the performance gap between the high performance and the Atom processors closes because of the success that came about with the generation of the new Atom and the Celeron processor. This provides consumers with superior performance levels without the need to abandon their x86 architecture or having to increase power supply. Compared to the ARM, its performance levels are superior.