CompuLab Introduces the CM-iGLX Computer-On-Module
HAIFA, ISRAEL – August 23, 2006 – CompuLab introduced the CM-iGLX, a new Computer-on-Module based on AMD’s Geode LX800 processor. The CM-iGLX packs up-to-date 2006 technologies into the most compact, lightweight PC-on-module available in the market. Its on-board resources suffice to smoothly run operating systems such as Linux and Windows XP / CE, while it is just as small as a credit card and can run on a battery. These, in addition to the module’s low cost, make it an ideal building block for any embedded application.
About the CM-iGLX module
The feature set of the CM-iGLX combines a 32-bit X86-compatible CPU, DDR, Flash Disk and vital computing peripherals. For embedded applications, the CM-iGLX provides a 32-bit PCI bus, 100Mbit Ethernet, serial ports, general purpose I/O lines and many other essential functions. The user interface is supported by an enhanced graphics controller, touchscreen, USB interface for keyboard / mouse and Audio system with speakers and microphone support.
The standardized CAMI (“CompuLab’s Aggregated Module Interface”) connectors of the CM-iGLX module allow interchangeability with other Computer-On-Module’s available from CompuLab, enabling the flexibility required in a dynamic market where application requirements can change rapidly.
Pricing and Availability
The CM-iGLX module is available now, and is priced starting at $119 for 1K -unit quantities. Evaluation Kits are also available from CompuLab.
About CompuLabEstablished in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. develops and manufactures Computer-on-Module’s boards and highly integrated PC/104+ single board computers. CompuLab’s customers include more than 400 companies in 60 countries. The company’s offices are located in Haifa, Israel.