- NXP T2081 high performance e6500 CPU core
- Soldered down 8G DDR3L ECC memories, up to 16GB optional
- Rugged design to support extended operating temperature and vibration
The COMX-T2081 module from SMART Embedded Computing provides the performance and features of the NXP QorIQ® T2081 multicore processor on a convenient plug-in mezzanine module. By incorporating and leveraging the mechanical features and dimension of the COM Express® specification, the COMX-T2081 exhibits all the best open standard attributes: allowing easy technology upgrades with future devices; competitive pricing with choice of modules; and speedy time to market.
Beyond the heritage of longevity of supply and superior performance/power rating, the NXP T2081 processor brings a wide spectrum of high speed interfaces, enabling COMX-T2081 as an ideal, cost-effective commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solution to serve a broad market where processing density, technology migration and long life cycle takes priority.
As a highly integrated single board computer, the Computer-on-Module (COM) form factor offers computer core processing capability on a compact footprint and generally pairs with a carrier board that functions as an infrastructure facility to provide power and peripheral connectors. The separation of design for a carrier board effectively enhances the modularity of COM form factor. It is the modularity that provides a great level of flexibility for processor selection and makes it easy to upgrade a COM without requiring a redesign of a specialized carrier board, allowing system integrators to focus on the differentiation of end applications, reduce development cost, shorten development cycle, and therefore speed time to market.
With its advantages on density, modularity, scalability and “future proofing” attribute, the COM form factor plays a highly important role in the COTS market and enables a broad range of applications spanning telecom, networking, aerospace, military/defense, industrial automation and medical.
Nowadays, COM products are being widely adopted by system developers to address the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT) market opportunities as it represents a natural fit for applications requiring low power consumption and small physical size. Embedded in various mission-critical systems, COM is also one of prevalent form factors that deliver processing engines to drive Industry 4.0 implementations.