Bits & Pieces - Quarterly News Bulletin
Bits & Pieces - Quarterly News Bulletin
December 2013

Dear reader,

The December edition of Bits & Pieces contains among other things an introduction to AMD’s new processor and our Qseven module based on that platform. And we've made a youtube clip to give you an idea of the advantages brought by our 3D printer.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 

Magnus Fritzson
Market Communications Manager


New AMD Embedded G-Series SOC

- Extended temp and scalable performance in one chip

It was released in March. The new low power platform from AMD has an extended operating temperature range and support ECC (Error correcting code) memory. The CPU, GPU and I/O controller is integrated into one single chip.


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Interoperability over product generations

A new product generation often needs to work with existing hardware, software and subsystems. Our customers benefit from our deep technical control when new and existing parts are connected to a working whole.
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Mechanical concept come to life in half an hour

The start-up cost for injection molding of plastic parts is high. Design errors are not an option. Therefore rapid prototyping is used to print the air guide, check if it fits in the housing and verify the heat dissipation.


AMD G-Series SOC in Qseven module

- AMD GX-210HA SOC -
- 1.0GHz, dual core -
- 9W TDP -
- Soldered 2GB DDR3 -
- 4 ports for PCIe x1 -
- 2xUSB 3.0, 4xUSB 2.0 -
- Radeon HD 8000 Series -
- DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI -
- Dual 24-bit LVDS -
H6069 Product Page »

ECC memory in
COM Express

Based on 4th generation Intel® Core™ i3/i5/i7 processors

Versatile and compact embedded system

- Intel® Atom™ D/N2xxx -
- 3 Mini PCIe slots -
- Dual gigabit Ethernet -
 H1502 Product Page »

Hectronic wishes You a merry christmas!



Hectronic's Christmas gift is financial support to SOS Children’s villages' efforts in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan.

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