May 29, 2022
New modules with 12th Gen Intel® Core™ mobile processors for demanding multi-core applications
Ismaning, April 28, 2022 – Kontron, a leading global provider of IoT/Embedded Computer Technology (ECT), now introduces COM-HPC® Client COMh-caAP and COM Express® compact Type 6 COMe-cAP6, two new modules based on 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors (H-series, former codename Alder Lake P). They offer a significant performance increase compared to the previous generation and are equipped with 14 cores and up to 20 threads. The 12th generation is particularly well suited for connected IoT applications. A new embedded controller ensures improved availability, flexibility and system openness.
COMh-caAP: Powerful DDR5 memory
The COM-HPC® client module with a 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processor and a size of 95x120mm is perfect for high-performance computing in resource-intensive areas such as networking, automation and measurement. The COMh-caAP features an optimized power-performance ratio with a power consumption of 15 to 45W TDP (Thermal Design Power); in multithreading up to 20 threads can be processed with 14 cores. The module also comes with up to 64GB of DDR5 memory and up to 2.5 Gbit Ethernet, including TSN support. As storage medium, an NVME SSD up to one terabyte can be optionally integrated onboard. The COM-HPC® module also supports Thunderbolt (display and PCIe 5.0 via USB).
COMe-cAP6: Computing power on a small form factor
The COMe-cAP6, a new COM Express® module with the compact size of 95x95mm has been designed in particular for applications in the retail environment, gaming as well as in the field of Industrial IoT. Also equipped with powerful 15 to 45W TDP, 14 cores and up to 20 threads, the module scores with 64GB LPDDR5 memory down (Rugged Memory) for use in particularly challenging industrial environments. The COMe-cAP6 is equipped with an 8.5 – 20V wide-range power supply, up to 2.5 Gbit Ethernet with TSN and WOL support, quad independent display support (up to 8k) and optional NVME SSD up to one Terabyte.
New embedded controller with optimized interfaces
A new embedded controller is now used on all new Kontron boards, replacing the previous CPLD-based variant and enabling direct Linux kernel support. In addition to cost advantages, the controller offers improved availability and optimized interfaces such as UART, GPIOs, HW monitor, fan control, I2C or watchdog. In addition, it can read and react to environmental data from CPU and chipset.
The evaluation carrier for all COM-HPC® Client modules supports developers with a PCIe connection of all available interfaces, USB 3.X and USB4 interfaces (Thunderbolt) and a POST code display for easy commissioning.
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For more information please visit: https://www.kontron.com/en/produkte/comh-caap/p172994 and https://www.kontron.com/en/produkte/come-cap6/p172996
About Kontron – Member of the S&T Group
Kontron is a global leader in IoT/Embedded Computing Technology (ECT). As part of the S&T technology group, Kontron offers individual solutions in the areas of Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 through a combined portfolio of hardware, software and services. With its standard and customized products based on highly reliable state-of-the-art technologies, Kontron provides secure and innovative applications for a wide variety of industries. As a result, customers benefit from accelerated time-to-market, lower total cost of ownership, extended product lifecycles and the best fully integrated applications. For more information, please visit: www.kontron.com
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