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Preconceived ideas are challenged by facts in this issue of the B&P bulletin. We're comparing performance, heat generation and cost for ARM and X86 processors in the low-end embedded segment.
Magnus Fritzson
Market Communications Manager
ARM or X86 - Busting myths
There are preconceived ideas about the typical properties of ARM and X86 processors. A comparison of performance, heat generation and component cost tends to be an eye-opener.
Buy or Make - And who makes
Some customers have their own development resources. Others don’t, and rely on us instead. Let’s have a closer look at the options.
6th gen. Intel Core i products
Hectronic launches a group of COTS embedded computer products based on Intel Skylake processors.
Certifications: Vehicle, Marine, Railway
Intel Atom E3845/E3827
2xUSB, 4xCOM, 2xEthern.
eMark, ISO7637, EN50155
EN50121, IEC60945
Intel Skylake in COM Express form factor
6th gen. Intel Core i7/i5/i3
Basic COM Express, type 6
DDR4 memory, 2133MHz
Intel HD Graphics GT
Intel Skylake in
Mini-ITX form factor
6th gen. Intel Core i7/i5/i3
8xUSB, 4xCOM
Reduce time to
Reuse of building blocks saves time and reduces NRE cost.
Linking full product responsibility to one point of contact.
Secure product longevity
Technical control ensures smooth generation shifts.
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