Rugged COM Express CPU Module with Intel Atom x6000 Processors

Rugged COM Express CPU Module with Intel Atom x6000 Processors


IBASE Technology Inc., a leading provider of industrial motherboards and embedded computing solutions, has announced the release of its latest ET880 COM Express CPU module designed to meet the demands of embedded applications that require low power consumption and fanless operation. The module integrated Intel Atom x6000 series processors that are built on 10nm technology support clock speeds of up to 3.2 GHz and Intel’s Time Coordinated Computing (TCC) technology, which enables precise clock synchronization across multiple devices.

The ET880 delivers robust performance and reliability, with features that make it an ideal choice for a variety of industrial and IoT applications. The module boasts onboard 8GB DDR4 memory and a DDR4 SO-DIMM slot for a total RAM capacity of 24GB to ensure efficient system operation. It is equipped with a range of connectivity options, such as a I226IT PCI-E 2.5G LAN controller, two USB 3.1, four USB 2.0, two SATA III, two UART (Tx/Rx only), and three independent displays via the DisplayPort / DVI-D / LVDS or eDP interfaces on the IBASE IP419 carrier board.

The ET880 is compatible with Windows 10 and Linux operating systems, and manufactured to meet the stringent requirements of industrial applications, with an extended temperature range of -40°C ~ +85°C, and long-term availability.


  • Onboard Intel® Atom® x6000 series processors
  • Onboard 8GB DDR4 memory + 1x DDR4 SO-DIMM, IBECC compatible
  • 1x I226IT PCI-E 2.5G LAN
  • 2x USB 3.1, 4x USB 2.0, 2x SATA III, 2x UART (Tx/Rx only)
  • Supports 3x independent displays, DisplayPort /DVI-D / LVDS or eDP via carrier board (IP419)
  • Supports wide-range operating temperature of -40°C ~ +85°C

The ET880 is available now from IBASE. For more information, please visit

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