Q7 SBC Uses Dual/Quad-Core ARM CPU for Multiple HD Displays

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A high-performance quad core-based Q7 system-on-module incorporates Freescale’s i.MX6x 1 GHz ARM Cortex A9 Dual/Quad core processor, which is optimized for high-speed and multimedia applications. The module is Q7 R1.20 standard compliant and targets the Industrial, Automotive and Medical verticals. Incorporating both onboard eMMC flash and expandable DDR3 memory, the i.MX6x Q7 module from iWave also features the latest high-performance interfaces including PCIe Gen2, Gigabit Ethernet, SATA 3.0, HDMI 1.4, SDXC and MIPI CSI/DSI.

Designed with a rich feature set, the module focuses on the high-demand automotive infotainment (IVI) and Telematics market. The combination of performance and power also makes it suitable for applications such as Advanced HMI, Video and Navigation, Portable Medical devices, Digital signage and Single Board SOC Computing.

Key features include the ARM Cortex A9 at 1 GHz Dual/Quad core with up to 4 Gbyte DDR3-1066 support along with OpenGL ES 2.0 3D and OpenVG 1.1 graphics accelerators. The i.MX6x Q7 offers 1080p hardware that can encode and decode for four simultaneous display ports and supports the latest HDMI 1.4, SDXC, MIPI CSI/DSI interfaces. Software support includes Linux, Android 4.0 and Windows Embedded 7. In addition, iWave has also developed the i.MX6x Development Kit to speed time-to-market for engineers wishing to use the new processor for their system development.

iWave Systems Technologies
Bangalore, India