Computer module with Intel Atom processor introduced by Portwell for embedded military applications

FREMONT, Calif., 31 March 2010. Portwell Technology Inc. in Fremont, Calif., is introducing the PQ7-M103XL Qseven (Q7) open-standard computer module based on Intel Atom processor and companion PQ7-C100XL 3.5-inch ESB form factor developer carrier board for low-power, wide-temperature and fanless military, industrial control, medical, and gaming applications.

Mar 31st, 2010

Posted by John Keller

FREMONT, Calif., 31 March 2010. Portwell Technology Inc. in Fremont, Calif., is introducing the PQ7-M103XL Qseven (Q7) open-standard computer module based on Intel Atom processor and companion PQ7-C100XL 3.5-inch ESB form factor developer carrier board for low-power, wide-temperature and fanless military, industrial control, medical, and gaming applications.

The PQ7-M103XL is based on the open standard Qseven form factor measures 70 by 70 millimeters, has the Atom Z510PT 1.1 GHz or Z520PT 1.33 GHz microprocessor, and Intel System Controller Hub (SCH) US15WPT.

The embedded computer module operates in temperatures from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius, and supports two SATA ports, and as many as three PCI Express x1 lanes, dual independent display via LVDS and SVDO, an onboard NAND Flash, and industrial-grade Gigabit Ethernet.

For more information contact Portwell Technology online at www.portwell.com.

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