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Qseven module flaunts AMD Embedded G-Series SoC

Posted: 05 Nov 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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Hectronic has revealed the H6069, a Qseven module based on AMD's Embedded G-Series SoC that comes with the CPU, GPU and I/O controller integrated into a single embedded device. The 70 x 70mm module is compliant with the Qseven standard and fits embedded applications that require powerful CPU and graphics performance in combination with low power consumption and extremely compact size, detailed the company.

According to Hectronic, the Radeon 8000 series GPU gives the processor a graphics performance increased by about 20 per cent compared to the previous generation AMD Embedded G-Series APU. The GPU can be used for general purpose GPU computing (GPGPU) by taking advantage of AMD's Open CL support. H6069 has a set of I/O interfaces including four PCI Express ports, two USB 3.0, four USB 2.0 and three SATA ports. Dual independent displays can be connected to dual 24bit LVDS and one of the digital display interfaces DVl, HDMI or DisplayPort. The module supports up to 4GB onboard soldered DDRIII DRAM, as well as an on-board soldered BGA SATA Flash SSD of up to 32GB.

Hectronic has developed the BIOS for the module based on the Phoenix SecureCore UEFI BIOS, and will also provide BSPs for XP Embedded, Windows Embedded Standard 7, Windows Embedded 8 and Linux.

The first versions of the H6069 module is based on the AMD Embedded G-Series GX-210HA SoC that uses a dual core CPU, 1GHz clock frequency and has a power consumption of 9W TDP. Early access samples will be available to key OEM customers December 10, 2013. Versions of H6069 specified for operation in an industrial temperature range (-40C to 85C) are planned for introduction in March, 2014.

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