Bringing handheld electronics to life
04 May 2011
Anders has announced the release of its all new Tunnel Creek Module
Anders has announced the release of its all new Tunnel Creek Module.
Using the power and flexibility of the Intel Atom-based E620 / E680 system on a chip, designed especially for embedded devices, the Anders CM-iTC SoC is ideal for battery operated handheld diagnostic equipment, mobile internet devices, and other low-power, graphics-intensive applications.
The Intel Atom-based E600-series SoC (originally code-named Tunnel Creek) was designed especially for embedded applications and straightforward consumer electronics like IP phones, mobile internet devices, and in-car entertainment systems. The CM-iTC harnesses the power of the E600-series, marrying it with the EG20T Platform Controller Hub (PCH), which adds a wealth of I/O options.
The CM-iTC features an Intel Atom E620/E680 CPU, DDR2, micro SD based internal storage, bootable SD card support (up to 32 GB), and vital computing peripherals. For embedded applications, the CM-iTC provides a variety of display interfaces, two SATA interfaces, PCIexpress buses, two 1000Mbit Ethernet ports, 4 serial ports, 6 USB host and 1 slave ports (allowing adhoc connections, or simple synchronisation with other computers), CAN with IEEE1588 support ,SPI, two I2C, general purpose I/O lines and many other essential functions.
The user interface is supported by an enhanced graphics controller, USB interface for keyboard/mouse and audio system. With power consumption for handheld devices in mind, the CM-iTC offers on-board power management, and the system is approved for use in a wide range of temperature environments (from -40°C to 85°C).
“The CM-iTC is a unique addition to our computer-on-module portfolio, in that it was conceived and designed to add crucial computing power and connectivity to day-to-day devices,” said Rhett Evans, Embedded Modules Product Manager. “Combining the power of the Intel E600-series with the EG20T has created a SoC that delivers maximum computing and graphics performance, without compromising on power management or portability,” he concluded.
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