PCI/104-Express CPU board using Qseven modules introduced by Connect Tech

TORONTO, Ontario, 21 Aug. 2010. Connect Tech Inc. introduced the Xtreme/CPU - PCI/104-Express processor module, based on Qseven modules provided by congatec in Deggendorf, Germany. The Connect Tech Xtreme/CPU is an embedded carrier board that enables complete integration with any industry standard Qseven module.

Aug 21st, 2010
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TORONTO, Ontario, 21 Aug. 2010. Connect Tech Inc. introduced the Xtreme/CPU - PCI/104-Express processor module, based on Qseven modules provided by congatec in Deggendorf, Germany. The Connect Tech Xtreme/CPU is an embedded carrier board that enables complete integration with any industry standard Qseven module.

The Connect Tech device also provides on-board connectors allowing for access to Qseven features. PCI/104-Express single board computer features include: PCI/104-Express form factor with 4 x1 PCIe lanes; Gigabit Ethernet; LVDS; and VGA video.

Incorporating Qseven creates an I/O platform with a scalable CPU, Connect Tech officials say. Simply changing the Qseven module provides users with access to Intel Atom processor-based products.

The Xtreme/CPU - PCI/104-Express processor module is compatible with all Qseven modules that are available at this time time, including those from: congatec; Hectronic AB in Uppsala, Sweden; IEI Technology Corp. in Pomona, Calif.; iWave Systems Technologies PVT Ltd. in Eutingen, Germany; MSC Vertriebs GmbH in Stutensee, Germany; NETIO Technologies Co., Ltd. in Taipei, Taiwan;Portwell, Inc. in Taipei, Taiwan; and Seco s.r.l. in Arezzo, Italy.

For more information about Qseven, visit http://www.qseven-standard.org.

For more information about Connect Tech’s PCI/104-Express single board computer, visit http://www.connecttech.com/sbc.

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