North Andover, Mass. – The MB-62020 from WIN Enterprises, Inc. is an Intel Atom-based COM Express module designed for handheld, mobile, and remote applications that require low-power with high-performance, such as medical, industrial, kiosk, and point-of-service devices. A choice of ULV Intel Z5xx series Atom onboard processors provides 1.1 GHz or 1.6GHz of performance.
The hardware-based video decode acceleration offloads the decode burden from the Atom processor for better throughput at reduced power consumption. Full hardware acceleration of H.264, MPEG2, MPEG4, VC1, and WMV9 is supported.
The module features ultra-low power consumption. It has an embedded Intel Atom processor Z5xx series and the Intel System Controller Hub US15W. It is PICMG COM Express R1.0 compliant, with flexible PCI-Express and PCI Expansion. One DDR2 SO-DIMM sockets supports 533/400MHz up to 2GB memory.
A dual 10/100Mbps Ethernet PCI bus supports one Gigabit Ethernet and one Fast Ethernet. COM Express standard features USB, SATA, ATA, GPIO, HDA are also supported.
The MB-62020 is compatible with the following Windows operating systems: XP/Pro SP2, XP Embedded SP2, and Embedded CE 6.0. Supported Linux versions include: Red Hat Embedded Linux, Wind River Linux, Ubuntu 9.04 Mobile, and Ubuntu 9.04 Desktop.
Prices for MB-62020 begin at $248 in OEM quantities. This price includes CPU; memory and storage are extra. Allow six to eight weeks for delivery. A companion evaluation base board, the MB-73220, begins at $152 in OEM quantities.
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