Carrier boards and single-board computers with PCI Express/104 features introduced by ConnectTech

GUELPH, Ontario, 6 May 2011. Connect Tech Inc. in Guelph, Ontario, is introducing a line of Qseven carrier boards for compact computing applications in soldier-wearable systems, mobile entertainment, kiosks, digital signing, and gaming. ConnectTech's Qseven is an off-the-shelf, multi-vendor, computer-on-module that blends common PC components. ConnectTech's Qseven carrier boards offer options that range from light and low cost to full PCI-104 and PCI Express/104 embedded computing systems.

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GUELPH, Ontario, 6 May 2011. Connect Tech Inc. in Guelph, Ontario, is introducing a line of Qseven carrier boards for compact computing applications in soldier-wearable systems, mobile entertainment, kiosks, digital signing, and gaming. ConnectTech's Qseven is an off-the-shelf, multi-vendor, computer-on-module that blends common PC components.ConnectTech's Qseven carrier boards offer options that range from light and low cost to full PCI-104 and PCI Express/104 embedded computing systems.These carrier boards offer several embedded processor options including Intel Atom, Freescale i.MX51, TI OMAP, and NVIDIA Tegra. These bus-independent carrier boards offer Mini-PCI Express and SIM-card expansion capability. Mini-PCI Express peripherals such as WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, or storage are optional.

For applications that require deep I/O functionality and a rugged form factor, Connect Tech’s PCI-104 and PCI Express/104 single board computers can be used with industry standard I/O from the PC/104 ecosystem.

The PCI-104 and PCI Express/104 boards have connectors that access 2x SATA, 1x Gigabit Ethernet, 4x USB 2.0, LVDS, VGA video, 2x RS-232, and 2x RS-422/485 serial ports. For more information contact ConnectTech online at www.connecttech.com.

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