TQ presents new COM Express Basic Module TQMx110EB with 11th generation Intel Core processors

TQ presents new COM Express Basic Module TQMx110EB with 11th generation Intel Core processors

949
Views
0 Comments

As one of the leading embedded specialists and technology service providers, TQ is introducing its new flagship embedded computing module, the TQMx110EB, to match the launch of the latest 10nm-based Intel high-end mobile processors (codenamed Tiger Lake H). TQ takes full leverage of the latest innovations in x86 PC technology and makes them ready for use in applications in the fields of medical technology, gaming, infotainment/entertainment, virtual reality, industrial automation, robotics and industrial IoT. Completely new possibilities also arise for image processing and artificial intelligence.

Embedded Modul TQMx110EB

The TQ Embedded Module TQMx110EB sets new standards in terms of CPU, GPU and system performance for COM Express-based solutions and will initially be available with selected processors (Intel Core i7-11800H and Intel Core i5-11400H). The 11th generation Intel Core processors are based on the latest microarchitecture and are particularly energy-efficient thanks to the 10nm manufacturing process (CPU TDP max. 45 W). The equipment with up to eight cores / 16 threads, 24 MB cache and powerful Intel Iris Xe graphics (12th generation) make the module optimally applicable for demanding multi-tasking applications and workload consolidation. AI and machine vision applications additionally benefit from new vector neural network (VNNI) instruction sets, which provide a huge performance boost for inference algorithms.

“As a trusted and long-term Intel partner with Titanium status, we are very proud to be able to maximize the benefits of the latest processor technology. With our new, high-performance embedded modules, we make these innovations perfectly applicable for individual industrial solutions,” says Harald Maier, Product & Business Management x86.

The embedded module provides impressive graphics performance and brilliant, high-resolution 8K displays in 2D and 3D through the new Intel Iris Xe graphics controller. Together with four independent display outputs, this results in completely new application possibilities in the field of high-resolution multi-monitor display systems and collaborative tools such as interactive whiteboards. The module also supports sophisticated on-the-fly rendering and high-performance video encoding / decoding / transcoding.

Features:

  • 11th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 and Intel® Core™ i5 processors
  • Desktop / Mobile Workstation Performance
  • Up to 8 Cores / 16 Threads with up to 4.6 GHz Turbo and 24 MB cache
  • New outstanding Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics performance with 8K high-resolution outputs
  • Flexible high-speed Memory Configuration with up to 64 GB
  • High-bandwidth extendability through PCIe Gen4 x16 PEG Port
  • High-speed peripheral interfaces with USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gb/s) support
  • 2.5 Gb Ethernet
  • High CPU power efficiency with max. 45 W TDP

The embedded module takes advantage of the new processor generation with up to 20 PCIe Gen 4 lanes directly from the CPU, providing the ability to connect additional graphics cards, frame grabbers, high performance IO cards and NVMe storage directly to the CPU via PCIe Gen 4 x16 with extremely high bandwidth. In addition, up to 64 GB of ultra-fast DDR4-3200 memory enables the highest system performance throughout and avoids bottlenecks in internal data flow.

Equipped with the new 500 chipset generation from Intel, which is connected to the CPU with high data bandwidth, the module offers numerous high-speed interfaces for communication with peripheral components, mass storage and additional functional extensions. The module provides eight additional PCIe lanes, fast 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet, 4x USB 3.2 Gen 2 (with 10 Gbit/s each), 8x USB 2.0 as well as four super-fast SATA III ports, which can be operated in various RAID configurations.

more information: https://www.tq-group.com/en/products/tq-embedded/x86-architecture/tqmx110eb/

Mike is the founder and editor of Electronics-Lab.com, an electronics engineering community/news and project sharing platform. He studied Electronics and Physics and enjoys everything that has moving electrons and fun. His interests lying on solar cells, microcontrollers and switchmode power supplies. Feel free to reach him for feedback, random tips or just to say hello :-)

view all posts by admin
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Archives