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Congatec fuels launch of 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors with two great new design options
In parallel with the 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processor launch (code named “Tiger Lake”), congatec announces the availability of both its first COM-HPC Client size A module and a next generation COM Express Compact Computer-on-Module. This provides engineers the choice to further scale the performance of their existing systems or develop the next generation of products utilizing COM-HPC’s broader array of interfaces. OEMs will benefit from the substantial performance improvements as well as communication enhancements that the new modules based on 11th Gen Intel Core processors deliver to the high-end computing sector. Typical applications can be found in many high-end solutions, from embedded systems and edge computing nodes to network hubs, and local fog data centers to core network appliances, as well as ruggedized central cloud data centers for critical government applications.
The feature set in detail:
The COM-HPC Client size A module conga-HPC/cTLU as well as the COM Express Compact conga-TC570 will become available with the 11th Gen Intel Core processors. Both modules are the first to support PCIe x4 in Gen 4 quality to connect external peripherals with massive bandwidth. In addition, designers can leverage 8x PCIe Gen 3.0 x1 lanes. Where the COM-HPC module offers latest 2x USB 4.0 and 2x USB 3.2 Gen 2 and 8x USB 2.0, the COM Express module offers 4x USB 3.2 Gen 2 and 8x USB 2.0 in compliance to the PICMG specification. Sound is provided via I2S, SoundWire by COM-HPC, and HDA by COM Express modules. Comprehensive board support packages are provided for all leading OS’s like Linux, Windows and Chrome, as well as hypervisor support from Real‑Time Systems.
Congatec is a rapidly growing technology company focussing on high-performance embedded computing products, so-called computer-on-modules and industrial single board computer.