The computer-on-module (COM) from Congatec employs a 13th gen Intel core processor which enables it to deliver higher performance and data throughput.
Congatec has released new COM-HPC and COM Express Computer-on-Modules based on high-end 13th Gen Intel Core processors in BGA assembly. The new COM-HPC and COM Express Computer-on-Modules while using the soldered 13th Gen Intel Core can deliver up to 8% higher performance from a single thread and up to 5% in the multithread configuration when compared to a 12th Gen Intel Core processor. The new modules can enable designers to ramp up quickly and massively as the new processors with long-life availability offer vast improvements in many features yet are fully hardware compatible with the predecessors, which makes implementation very fast and easy. Both modules are suitable for use in a wide range of industrial, medical, and artificial intelligence applications.
Both the COM-HPC and COM Express modules support the latest DDR5 memory and PCIe Gen5 connectivity which enables a higher performance and data throughput. With up to 80 EU and ultra-fast encode and decode capabilities, the integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics architecture is ideally suited for enhanced graphics demands such as those found in video streaming and video data-based situational awareness applications. All these features affect significant improvements in a wide range of applications in compute-intensive applications including embedded and edge computing with workload consolidation.
“The numerous improvements of the 13th Gen Intel Core processors help to make these new generations of Computer-on-Modules really outstanding. They give the industry the opportunity to instantly upgrade already existing high-end embedded and edge computing solutions, which is what makes this new launch so extraordinarily significant for all our OEM customers and Value Adding Reseller partners,” explains Jürgen Jungbauer, Senior Product Line Manager at Congatec.
Congatec is a tech company focusing on embedded and edge computing products and services. It manufactures a computer-on-modules segment for both start-ups and international blue-chip companies.