Bits & Pieces - Quarterly News Bulletin
Bits & Pieces - Quarterly News Bulletin
March 2014

High-end ARM or low-power X86?

We covered the subject in a white paper 2011 and it gained quite an interest. A lot has happened since then. Now it's 2014 and time to make the comparison again. 

Magnus Fritzson
Market Communications Manager


ARM versus X86

- Considerations for the embedded segment

High-end ARM processors are up against low-power X86 platforms. So why choose one over the other? Our suggestion is to compare cost, performance, power consumption, development challenges and ecosystem.

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ECC solves inevitable bit errors in RAM

Bit errors lead to serious incidents once a year in 4GB RAM. ECC is the solution and now it's available in embedded applications. 
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Appointment increases customer focus

Tommy Olsson is the new Key Account Manager. He has many years of experience from the electronics industry. 
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Fanless system with ECC support

• Intel Atom E3845/E3815
• 2GB DDR3 onboard, ECC
• 1 mSATA, eMMC (option)
• 1 2.5" SATA drive bay
• Wi-Fi, 3G, GPRS
H1503 Product Page »

Freescale i.MX 6
in Qseven

• Freescale i.MX 6 Cortex A9
• Single/dual/quad core CPU
• Soldered onboard RAM
• Qseven spec. rev. 1.2
H6829 Product Page »

H6069 news:
Industrial temp.


• AMD G-Ser. SOC
• Radeon 8000 GPU
• PCI Exp, USB 3.0
• DisplayPort, HDMI
H6069 Page »

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