Computer On Modules

Computer-On-Module, also known as COM Express, COMe or COM, is a development board with only CPU processor, chipset, and memory designed into a component module. Portwell’s computer-on-module includes: COM-Express Basic, COM-Express Compact, COM-Express Mini, QSeven, and SMARC, etc.

COM-Express® Basic

PCOM-B700G

COM-Express® Basic (125 x 95mm): COMe basic size form factor (125x95mm) and types 6 and 7 pin out.



COM-Express® Compact

PCOM-B638VG

COM-Express® Compact (95 x 95mm): COMe Compact form factor (95x95 mm) and type 6 pin-out.




Type 7

PCOM-B700G

The new Type 7 COM Express® is designed for server-grade applications required high speed data and network throughput by replacing all the audio and graphics interface by offering four 10G Ethernet ports and 32 PCI Express lanes. The Type 7 is an ideal definition to design server-grade platforms for applications requesting high data and network throughput.


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Type 6

PCOM-B700G

The Type 6 pin-out of COM-Express® Module is a standard broad I/O interfaces defined by PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) to provide standardized module interfaces including storage, graphic control, video Interfaces (LVDS, VGA & DDI) and USB 3.0 to meet different application requirements from various vertical market.


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Type 6

PCOM-B638VG

The Type 6 pin-out of COM-Express® Module is a standard broad I/O interfaces defined by PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) to provide standardized module interfaces including storage, graphic control, video Interfaces (LVDS, VGA & DDI) and USB 3.0 to meet different application requirements from various vertical market.


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COM-Express® Mini

PCOM-BA01

COM-Express® Mini: COMe Mini form factor (84x55 mm) and type 10 pin-out.




Qseven

PQ7-M108

QSeven is derived from "quadratic" as noted by the Q and seven refers to the 7 x 7 cm2 (70 x 70mm) size of the module.


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Type 10

PCOM-BA01

The Type 10 COM-Express® Module pin-out definition in the mini form factor (84 x 55mm) is defined for low power platforms to match the feature and performance requirements while remain the support of graphic and optimized I/O for small form factor or portable devices.


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SMARC

PSMC-M640F2

The SMARC ("Smart Mobility ARChitecture") is a versatile small form factor computer Module definition targeting applications that require low power, low costs, and high performance. Module sizes are defined: 82mm x 50mm and 82mm x 80mm with 314 edge fingers that mate with a low profile 314 pin 0.5mm pitch right angle connector.


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Development board

Portwell’s COM-Express®, Qseven and SMARC development (carrier) boards help customer to evaluate and establish customer’s own application programs before start the carrier board design. It can be used as a reference design to reduce customer’s design effort and early evaluation for the performance and computing reliability.

COM-Express®

PCOM-C700

COM-Express® Mini: COMe Mini form factor (84x55 mm) and type 10 pin-out.




Qseven

PQ7-C200

Qseven development/carrier board




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Type 7

PCOM-C700

COM-Express® development/Carrier board Type7




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Type 10

PCOM-CA00

COM-Express® development/Carrier board Type 10




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Type 6

PCOM-C640

COM-Express® development/Carrier board Type 6




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SMARC

PSMRC-C300ARM

SMARC development/carrier board




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For 3rd parties memory module comparability, also check (CMTL Advanced Tested Memory List)
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