Computer on module running Windows Embedded Compact 2013 boots in less than a second - Embedded.com

Computer on module running Windows Embedded Compact 2013 boots in less than a second

e-con Systems Inc. has released its eSOM3730 Computer on module. The eSOM3730 is based on AM/DM37x CPU family from Texas Instruments and runs Windows Embedded Compact 2013. Windows Embedded Compact 2013 has a number of new and improved features, providing a beneficial experience for eSOM3730 customers. With eSOM3730, devices are automatically cloud-enabled and customers are able to monitor their devices from their tablets or mobile phones anytime, anywhere.

The eSOM3730 supports up to 512MB of RAM and 512MB of flash storage along with 802.11n Wireless support. The CPU options can be ARM Cortex A8 powered Sitara AM3703 with up to 1GHz clock speed or DM3730 CPU with an integrated C64_ DSP and PowerVR SGX530 Graphics processor. And customers can configure the most optimal configuration of the CPU and memory when they go for mass production. Additionally the eSOM3730 supports MIPI CSI-2 camera interface. The eSOM3730 has an operating temperature range of -40ºC to +85ºC making it suitable for a variety of commercial and industrial applications.

 The camera interface along with the built-in DSP on top of the eSOM3730 opens up a number of image processing applications. The DSP can support encoding of 720p@30fps, enabling customers to stream Video at HD.

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