Packed with features like these, Portwell's PCOM-B218VG is an ideal solution for applications such as medical devices, test equipment, industrial control, gaming machines, portable devices and COTS military.
In each of these market segments, COM Express safeguards development investments and lowers total cost of ownership by enabling designers to partition commodity host-processor COM Express modules from proprietary, value-added platform building blocks, including FPGAs and specialty I/Os on custom baseboards. COM Express modules can help minimize current and future design risks because they help save development time and costs during initial phase of development, while achieving faster time-to-market, simplifying the future upgrade path and scalability, and increasing the application lifecycle.
"The advantage of Portwell's COM Express form factor is how it separates out the CPU-the portion of the system that changes most with the market-onto an upgradeable module and the system-specific I/O onto the carrier board," says Robert Feng, American Portwell Technology's product marketing manager. "Feedback from our customers confirms that this modular architecture actually speeds up their time-to-market for custom-made applications because it provides them with the flexibility for functional expansion."
"In addition," Feng continues, "our PCOM-B218VG is the latest Type VI COM Express module with a host of features including the Intel(r) Atom(tm) processor N2000 and D2000 series and Intel(r) NM10 Express chipset, DDR3 system memory, VGA, Display Ports, Fast Ethernet, and USB, and of course, long life cycle support to give our customers peace of mind,"
The new PCOM-B218VG Type VI COM Express module joins our Qseven, Nano-ITX, ECX, and Mini-ITX form factors as part of Portwell's extensive product portfolio of embedded computers.
American Portwell Technology Inc.