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First COM Express Module to feature Intel Core, Xeon and Celeron 6000 processors
ADLINK Technology, the edge computing specialist, has introduced the Express-TL COM Express Type 6 module, the first to include Intel Core, Xeon W and Celeron 6000 processors and octa-core (8-core) performance.
The Intel UHD Graphics and AVX-512 VNNI provide improved artificial intelligence (AI) inferencing performance.
The Express-TL has been designed for image processing and analysis, high speed video encoding and streaming, medical ultrasound, predictive traffic analysis and other demanding applications.
“The Express-TL with Intel’s 11th Generation processors is a big boost for high-performance computing,” explained Alex Wang, COM Express Product Manager ADLINK. “The integration results in a product that delivers uncompromised system performance and responsiveness – ideal for high-computing and heavy use settings.”
Key features include:
● Intel UHD Graphics core support for four 4K independent displays, including High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI), DisplayPort (DP), LVDS, Embedded DisplayPort (eDP) and legacy VGA displays.
● The Express-TL module provides 2.5 GbE Ethernet and 4 USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports, allowing 10+ Gb/s transfer rates.
● Intel Time Coordinated Computing (TCC) combined with Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) Ethernet controller allows Industry 4.0 factories to be smart, agile, and increasingly autonomous while maintaining robustness and reliability.
● Additional 8C at 25W TDP with ECC memory feature and on-board NVMe storage make it suitable for space constrained applications
AI, machine learning and internet of things (IoT) devices are increasing the demand for real-time processing – from the edge to the cloud – and the Express-TL module looks to offer advanced tuning controls, immersive graphics, and improved connectivity, which will be able to support more intensive computing demands.
ADLINK’s Express-TL COM Express Type 6 module is a result of its close partnership with Intel. It delivers vibration resistance, wide operating temperature range and reliable system performance, and both shortens development cycles and reduces costs.