SECO will present its new solutions based on AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 processors featuring AMD “Zen” CPU & “Vega” GPU in a single SoC at electronica 2018: the COMe-B75-CT6, based on COM Express, and the UDOO BOLT, designed for the maker market.
The COMe-B75-CT6 is a computer-on-module featuring 2x DDR4 SO-DIMM slots with ECC support and up to 32GB 2400 MT/s. It offers a vast array of choices when it comes to expansion ports, with 5x PCIe and 1x PEG x8 Gen3 Lanes. It also is very flexible in terms of the variety of video interfaces it supports: 3x DDI and eDP or LVDS interfaces.
The UDOO BOLT is instead a fully-fledged single-board computer funded on Kickstarter. Targeting the maker market, it is characterised by a very different approach. First and foremost, it is open-source software and hardware. Moreover, it provides a complete toolbox not only for professional developers, designers and startups, but also for the casual user that is looking for a low-cost yet high-end replacement for their desktop PC. It mounts a multitude of embedded controller I/Os as well as an Arduino Leonardo-compatible microcontroller for physical computing. The UDOO BOLT supports the most prevalent operating systems of the PC domain. In terms of expandability, it also is very flexible, coming with 2x USB 3.0 type-A, 2x USB type-C, 2x HDMI 2.0, and 2x DP (USB type-C).
Both the COMe-B75-CT6 and the UDOO BOLT feature an AMD “Zen” CPU & “Vega” GPU in one single SoC, characterised by loading edge security (SME/SEV), capability to drive up to four displays in 4K resolutions, VP9 decode support, and extreme scalability (12 W to 54 W).