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What Do You Know About iBase’s Low Power Consuming Qseven CPU Module?

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Shreepanjali Mod

IBASE Technology Inc. recently launched a highly integrated IBQ800 low-power consuming CPU module that takes energy either from Intel Atom™ [email protected] or [email protected] processor.

Fig. 1: Representational Image Showing IBQ800 Qseven CPU Module by IBASE 

What So Special About IBQ800 CPU?

A very special module, it is capable of working across a temperature range of -40° C - +85°C, it is perfect for various kinds of vertical market segments and industrial environments such as digital signages, power utility, transportation, ATM, gaming, automation, etc. Alongwith, it promises unmatched performance and support to all necessary components, bus interfaces, and other equipment needed for the targeted embedded, mobile, and industrial applications. Users can load these modules with 4GB or 8GB LPDDR4 memory along with up to 32GB eMMC 5.0 SSD storage on board.

In Maker’s Words

The IBASE Product Planning Department director, Wilson Lin, said, “In creating the IBQ800, we have kept in mind the needs of embedded system designers for computing performance and rich I/O capabilities in a minimal footprint, as well as long-life availability. With dimensions of 7mm, it utilizes the established ruggedized MXM connector to interface to the carrier board and route all the I/O signals, including one GIgabit LAN, three USB 3.0, four USB 2.0, HD audio, one COM and two SATA III.”

IBQ800 Features

● Wide-range of operational temperature.

● 1 x Intel 1210IT PCl-E Gigabit LAN.

● Provides support for eMMC5.0 and TPM (2.0)

● Onboard LPDDR4 memory

● Onboard Intel Atom™ x5-E3930 @1.8GHz or [email protected]