This product is not recommended for new designs.
- Not recommended for new designs
- 4 or 8 Power Architecture cores (1.5 GHz)
- Up to 4GB memory
- 12 configurable SERDES lanes available for maximum flexibility
The COMX-P4080 module from SMART Embedded Computing provides the performance and features of the NXP® QorIQ® P4080 eight-core processor on a ready-to-go pluggable mezzanine module. By incorporating and leveraging the mechanical features and dimensions of the COM Express® specification, the COMX-P4080 exhibits all the best attributes of the COM Express open standard enabling shorter development schedules and faster time-to-market. SMART EC has a range of QorIQ based COM Express form factor modules to enable scalable product strategies with multiple performance levels. This open, standardized approach fosters competitive pricing, greater upgrade flexibility and longevity of support.
The QorIQ P4080 processor is effectively a System-on-Chip device with a range of features including high-performance datapath acceleration and network processing in a low power envelope making COMX-P4080 suitable for combined control, datapath and application layer processing. Underpinning the high-compute capability of COMXP4080 are the eight Power Architecture e500mc cores which are complemented by highly flexible I/O including 10G-XAUI, SRIO, GPIO, USB 2.0, PCI Express, Gigabit Ethernet, and real-time debug.
The dimensions of the COMX-P4080 are 95 mm x125 mm which enable it to fit within a very wide range of enclosures when mounted on a customer carrier. COMX-P4080 is an off-the-shelf processor solution that isolates you from the complexities of high speed processor and memory system design, allowing you to concentrate on a carrier tailored to application I/O needs.
By combining the tried and tested Power Architecture processor cores along with a considerable range of on-module I/O, the COMX-P4080 is suitable for a range of applications including enterprise and service provider routers, switches, base-station controllers, radio network controllers (RNCs), long-term evolution (LTE) and general purpose embedded computing systems in the networking, telecom/datacom, wireless infrastructure, military and aerospace markets.