SECO completes its portfolio of products with a new line: the COM Express Type 7. This new line enables SECO to enter the Networking & Communications and Storage markets, and become a competitive partner in the HPC domain.
HPC (High-performance computing) is a new technology that uses supercomputers and parallel processing for solving complex computational problems. By having more PCs working in parallel on the same problem, final performance is highly optimized. HPC technology focus is to develop parallel processing algorithms and systems by incorporating both administration and parallel computational techniques. SECO enters this market by providing a product that responds to the stringent demands HPC poses, delivering a fitting compromise between innovation, features, performance and cost.
SECO is unveiling COM Express Type 7’s first product: the COMe-C42-BT7, a COM Express Rel. 3.0 Basic Type 7 module with the AMD EPYC Embedded 3000 Series of SoCs.This innovative solution provides scalable offerings with outstanding performance and more connectivity. Networking and connectivity are improved with the 4x 10GBASE-KR interfaces + 1x 1GbE port with NC-SI and the 4 USB 3.1; 24x PCI-e Gen3 lanes. Moreover, the performance is enhanced by the four DDR4 SO-DIMM slots supporting DDR4-2666 memory with ECC, up to 128GB.
The AMD EPYC Embedded 3000 shows major improvements in power, optimization, and security. The main features of this new processor are I/O integration, flexibility, and security capabilities, scalable offering, harnessing the power of the new “Zen” CPU architecture. Performance-per-dollar is greatly improved, making it a great choice for development.