CompuLab News

  • CompuLab introduces IOT-GATE-iMX7 – a miniature i.MX7 IoT Gateway for industrial applications

    IOT-GATE-iMX7 is a low-cost IoT Gateway and Industrial Controller, delivering an unprecedented array of wireless and wired interfaces. For additional details, please refer to the full IOT-GATE-iMX7 press release.

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  • Compulab introduces IPC3 – an Intel Kaby-lake mini-PC

    IPC3 is a miniature fanless PC with 7th generation Intel® Core™ processor and advanced networking extensions.

    For further details, please refer to the IPC3 press release.

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  • Compulab Airtop is a revolutionary natural-airflow workstation

    Compulab is unveiling Airtop, a revolutionary fanless desktop PC, capable of dissipating 200W by a novel silent cooling-system that generates natural airflow using no moving parts.

    For additional details, please refer to the Airtop press release.

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  • CompuLab introduces CL-SOM-iMX7 – the first i.MX7 System-on-Module on the market

    CompuLab is introducing CL-SOM-iMX7 System-on-Module – a miniature, cost effective System-on-Module built around the recently announced Freescale i.MX7 System-on-Chip family. For additional details, please refer to the CL-SOM-iMX7 press release.

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  • CompuLab introduces CL-SOM-iMX6UL – a System-on-Module featuring Freescale i.MX6 UltraLite SoC

    CompuLab is introducing CL-SOM-iMX6UL System-on-Module – a miniature, highly cost effective ARM Cortex-A7 SoM and the latest addition to CompuLab’s product line of ARM System-on-Modules. For additional details, please refer to the CL-SOM-iMX6UL press release.

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  • CL-SOM-AM57x ARM Cortex-A15 System-on-Module delivers top performance and rich connectivity

    Built around the new Texas Instruments Sitara AM57x System-on-Chip family, CL-SOM-AM57x is a miniature System-on-Module designed for integration into embedded applications. For additional details, please refer to the CL-SOM-AM57x press release.

    Featuring an unprecedented set of dedicated graphics acceleration and video processing engines, CL-SOM-AM57x delivers high-performance multimedia and image processing capabilities. Dual C66x DSP cores and dedicated ARM Cortex-M4 IPUs make CL-SOM-AM57x a powerful platform for image and video processing systems, while dual PowerVR SGX544 GPU and IVA-HD video sub-system enable multimedia demanding applications.

    Offering a wide range of embedded interfaces and a PRU-ICSS co-processor dedicated for real-time processing and industrial protocols, CL-SOM-AM57x is an ideal selection for industrial automation and control systems. Dual Gbit Ethernet, 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1 make CL-SOM-AM57x an excellent solution for networking, communications and IoT applications.

    CL-SOM-AM57x is provided with comprehensive documentation and ready-to-run SW packages for the Linux operating system.

    For full product details, please refer to the CL-SOM-AM57x product page.

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  • COMEX-IC40D COM Express module delivers top performance with quad-core Intel Core Desktop processors

    CompuLab is introducing COMEX-IC40D – a COM Express Type-6 Computer-on-Module built around the Intel® Haswell Core™ Desktop processor family. For additional details, please refer to the COMEX-IC40D press release.

    High-performance quad-core CPU running at up to 3.2GHz and attractive pricing make COMEX-IC40D the most powerful COM Express module on the market with best-in-class price-performance ratio.

    Featuring a rich set of industry standard interfaces, COMEX-IC40D is an excellent platform for networking, industrial automation, communications and IoT applications. Intel HD Graphics GPU and support for triple display operation make COMEX-IC40D a powerful solution for high-end multimedia applications such as digital signage, point of sale and surveillance. Support for wide temperature range of -40°C to 85°C allows COMEX-IC40D to be integrated into systems designed for industrial and outdoor installations.

    COMEX-IC40D is fully compliant with the COM Express standard and has been designed for seamless integration into COM Express system designs.

    For full product details please refer to the COMEX-IC40D product page.

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  • CompuLab introduces a range of x86 COM Express modules

    CompuLab is introducing three COM Express Computer-on-Modules, featuring a range of Intel® Core™, Intel® Atom™ and AMD CPUs. For additional details, please refer to the COMEX press release.

    CompuLab has been pioneering the embedded market with highly integrated, power efficient x86 Computer-on-Modules and industrial computers for over 15 years. Leveraging that expertise, CompuLab is now offering the new line of versatile and optimized COM Express modules spanning across a wide range of low-cost to high-performance x86 SoCs.

    - COMEX-IC50L: 5th Generation Intel® Core™ (Broadwell) ULT, COM Express Compact Type-6

    - COMEX-IE38: Intel® BayTrail Atom™ E3800 and Celeron®, COM Express Mini Type-10

    - COMEX-A420: AMD Embedded G-Series and E-Series, COM Express Mini Type-10

    The COMEX product line is fully compliant with the COM Express standard and has been designed for seamless integration into COM Express system designs. All COMEX products support operation in wide temperature range.

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  • CM-T43 is a ARM Cortex-A9 System-on-Module with unprecedented connectivity

    Built around the new Texas Instruments Sitara AM4376 / AM4379 system-on-chip, CM-T43 is a miniature, highly cost effective Cortex-A9 computer-on-module / system-on-module. For additional details, please refer to the CM-T43 press release.

    Based on the latest generation of the Sitara CPU family, CM-T43 features an advanced Cortex-A9 ARM CPU coupled with a PowerVR SGX GPU. The SoC is supplemented with up-to 1GB DDR3 and 32GB of eMMC or 512MB of SLC NAND on-board storage.

    Delivering an unprecedented array of network interfaces with dual Gbit Ethernet, 2×2 MIMO dual-band 802.11ac/a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC, CM-T43 is an excellent solution for networking, industrial communications and IoT applications.

    Small size and low power consumption allow CM-T43 to be easily integrated into portable and space-constrained designs, while its low price makes it an ideal selection for cost-sensitive systems.

    For full product details, please refer to the CM-T43 product page.

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  • CompuLab fitlet is a tiny fanless PC full of openness

    fitlet is a miniature 0.22l fanless quad-core PC powered by latest AMD low-power APU and built into a sleek, passively-cooled ruggedized housing.

    For additional details, please refer to the fitlet press release.

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  • Utilite2 powered by Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor is CompuLab’s smallest Linux desktop ever

    Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, Utilite2 is the next generation of CompuLab’s highly acclaimed ARM-based Utilite desktop computer.

    Featuring a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor with a quad-core 1.7GHz Krait™ 300 CPU and Adreno™ 320 GPU, 2GB RAM, eMMC and mSATA storage, Utilite2 delivers twice the performance of its predecessor. Designed into an elegant aluminum die-cast housing and measuring only 3.4” x 3.4” x 1.1”, Utilite2 is also 30% smaller than the previous generation. With dual-antenna 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, Gbit Ethernet and cellular communication module expansion socket, Utilite2 provides an unprecedented array of networking interfaces.

    Utilite2 will be offered with fully featured, desktop-grade Ubuntu Linux or Android operating systems delivering rich multimedia and PC-like user experience. Linux for Utilite2 will be supported in Linaro builds for Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor.

    For further details, please refer to the full press release.

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  • Quad-core Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 600 processor based embedded module by CompuLab delivers top performance in a tiny footprint

    CompuLab introduces CM-QS600 – a miniature computer-on-module / system-on-module built around Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8064 1.7GHz quad-core SoC with high-performance Adreno 320 GPU, bringing performance and power efficiency of embedded ARM to a new level.

    For further details, please refer to the CM-QS600 product page.


    CM-QS600 press release
    CM-QS600 media-kit

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  • CompuLab introduces CM-T54 – an OMAP5 ARM Cortex-A15 computer-on-module | system-on-module

    Built around the Texas Instruments OMAP5432 system-on-chip, CM-T54 is a high performance computer-on-module / system-on-module featuring a dual-core ARM Cortex-A15 CPU running at 1.5GHz coupled with a PowerVR SGX544 GPU.

    For further details, please refer to the CM-T54 press release.

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  • CompuLab introduces fit-PC4

    Fit-PC4 is a miniature fanless PC based on AMD’s next generation G-Series “Jaguar” SoC. Powered by the 2 GHz quad-core AMD GX-420CA, fit-PC4 scores over 5000 in Geekbench 2 – over 3 times the score of fit-PC3.

    For further details, please refer to the fit-PC4 press release.

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  • CompuLab introduces Intense PC2

    Intense PC2 is a miniature fanless PC with 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor and unprecedented array of features – including three 4K displays, 3 internal disks and a trio of networking interfaces – LAN, WLAN and cellular data communication.

    For further details, please refer to the full press release.

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  • CompuLab introduces a range of miniature fanless surveillance PCs

    fit-CCTV – a miniature fanless PC supporting up to 16 analog video cameras, 8 audio channels and PTZ.
    fit-PoE – a miniature fanless PC with 4 Power-over-Ethernet 802.3af compliant Gigabit Ethernet ports.

    For further details, please refer to the full press release.

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  • CompuLab and Linux Mint introduce MintBox 2

    CompuLab and Linux Mint introduce MintBox 2 – a miniature fanless PC based on Intel® Core™ i5 Processor running Linux Mint 15 “Olivia”.

    For further details, please refer to the full MintBox 2 press release.

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  • CompuLab introduces Utilite – a single-core to quad-core ARM Linux desktop starting at

    Powered by Freescale i.MX6 system-on-chip, Utilite is the new generation of CompuLab’s highly acclaimed Trim-Slice computer.

    Featuring a quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU, up-to 4GB RAM and dual-head 1080p display output, Utilite expands the 2011 Trim-Slice offering with up-to twice the performance and less than half the starting price of . Designed into an elegant “zero-screws” housing and measuring only 5.3” x 3.9” x 0.8”, Utilite provides unprecedentedly rich I/O with dual GbE, 5 USB ports, 802.11 WiFi and Bluetooth.

    High performance, low-power, rich I/O and miniature form-factor position the Utilite as an attractive solution for a variety of applications such as media player, IPTV, infotainment systems, digital signage, thin client and small-footprint desktop replacement.

    For further details, please refer to Utilite website.

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  • CompuLab introduces CM-T335 – a ARM Cortex-A8 computer-on-module | system-on-module

    Built around the Texas Instruments Sitara AM3352 / AM3354 system-on-chip, the CM-T335 is a tiny, highly cost effective computer-on-module / system-on-module. See the full CM-T335 press release.

    Based on the latest generation of the Sitara CPU family, CM-T335 features an advanced Cortex-A8 ARM CPU coupled with a PowerVR SGX GPU. The SoC is supplemented with up-to 512MB DDR3 and 1GB of on-board NAND storage. In addition, CM-T335 features a wide range of industry standard interfaces – Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi 802.11, Bluetooth, USB, CAN bus, serial ports, I/O lines and ADC channels.

    Tiny size of only 68 x 30 x 4 mm and low power consumption make the CM-T335 an ideal selection for integration into portable and space-constrained systems.

    For full product details, please refer to the CM-T335 product page.

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  • CompuLab introduces uSVR – ruggedized high performance fanless micro-server

    CompuLab is introducing the CompuLab uSVR – a high performance fanless server based on 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processor with 4 internal 2.5” hard disks in RAID 5, up to 32 GB ECC RAM and up to 6 Gbit Ethernet ports.

    For further details, please refer to the full uSVR press release.


    CompuLab uSVR is encased in an all-aluminium passively cooled chassis measuring only 6 x 16 x 26 cm making it an ideal platform for industrial applications as well as outdoor installation. Low power consumption of 8W to 35W combined with an extended temperature operation range of -20 to 60 deg. C and the absence of fans and vent-holes are positioning CompuLab uSVR as a unique computing solution for harsh environments.

    For full product details, please refer to the uSVR product page.

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  • CompuLab introduces CM-FX6 – Freescale i.MX6 based computer-on-module | system-on-module

    Powered by the Freescale i.MX6, the new CM-FX6 delivers high CPU performance and multi-stream HD multimedia with excellent scalability and price-performance ratio.

    The Freescale i.MX6 application processor features a highly scalable single/dual/quad core Cortex-A9 CPU at up to 1.2GHz coupled with powerful graphics and video processing units. The processor is supplemented with up-to 4GB DDR3 and 32GB of on-board SSD.

    In addition, the CM-FX6 features extensive connectivity with a wide range of industry standard interfaces – GbE, PCIe, SATA, USB, RS232 and CAN bus.

    The CM-FX6 is provided with comprehensive documentation and full ready-to-run SW support for Linux, Android and Windows Embedded Compact 7 operating systems.

    For further details please refer to the CM-FX6 product page.

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  • CompuLab introduces the CM-iGT computer-on-module / system-on-module based on AMD G-Series APU

    The new CM-iGT is a low cost X86 platform delivering high performance graphics and multimedia in a miniature form factor.

    The AMD G-Series APU features a dual-core 64bit x86 CPU at up to 1.65GHz coupled with a powerful AMD Radeon HD 6250 GPU. The APU is supplemented with 4GB DDR3 and 32GB of on-board SSD.

    In addition, the CM-iGT features extensive connectivity with a wide range of industry standard interfaces – GbE x 2, PCIe x 6, SATA x 5, USB x 9, RS232, CAN bus.

    For further details please refer to the CM-iGT product page.

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  • CompuLab introduces Intense PC – the most powerful miniature fanless PC ever

    With a 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor packed inside a 7.5” x 6.3” x 1.57” passively-cooled metal housing, Intense PC delivers lightning-fast performance – unprecedented for a miniature fanless system.

    Intense PC consumes just 8W when idle, yet for high workloads the two CPU cores provide up to 2.4 GHz of processing power with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology.

    Intense PC provides a set of features unmatched by any miniature computer on the market – with dual-head high definition displays, 7.1 channels digital audio in/out, dual GbE, 2 USB3 ports and up to 6 USB2 ports, dual eSATA, 2 mini-PCIe sockets, 802.11n WiFi and even a serial port. In addition, Intense PC incorporates the same FACE Module (Function And Connectivity Extension Module) first introduced in fit-PC3 for extending further the functionality of the computer.

    For further details, please refer to Intense PC product page.

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  • CompuLab introduces Trim-Slice H and announces an open-source developers program

    CompuLab is announcing a new Trim-Slice model and is reaching out to the open-source community with Trim-Slice developers program. For further details, please refer to the full press release.

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  • CompuLab introduces CM-T3730 – the latest addition to the TI OMAP CoM family

    CompuLab is introducing the CM-T3730 – a new generation of the popular CM-T3530, delivering higher performance, additional functionality and lower cost. CM-T3730 is based on the new TI 1GHz DM3730 processor.

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  • CompuLab is introducing Trim-Slice – the first NVidia Tegra 2 based desktop

    CompuLab is introducing Trim-Slice – a miniature desktop computer powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2. With 0.6″ thick all-metal housing, Trim-Slice is CompuLab’s smallest and most energy-efficient computer to-date. For the full press release, please refer to Trim-Slice Introduction.

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  • CM-iTC – the new Intel Atom E6xx CoM

    CompuLab introduces CM-iTC: the industrial grade module based on the E620-E680 series of embedded Atom (Tunnel Creek) processors.

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  • CM-T3517 Introduction

    CompuLab introduces CM-T3517 computer-on-module based on Texas Instruments AM3517 SoC.

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  • CM-A510 – new CoM based on Marvell Armada 510

    CompuLab introduces CM-A510 – computer-on-module based based on a high-performance, low-power Marvell Armada 510 system-on-chip with an ARM v6/v7-compliant super-scalar processor core, hardware graphics processing unit, video decoding acceleration hardware and a broad range of peripherals.
    The CM-A510 delivers fast processing and a rich multimedia user experience, in a low-power design that offers fast Internet browsing, HD video playback, 3D graphics and high-speed connectivity.

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  • CM-XAM

    CompuLab introduces CM-XAM – Intel’s Atom-based COM Express module.

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  • CompuLab partners with Bauer TKP

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – April 15, 2010 – CompuLab has signed a partnership agreement with Bauer Turnkey Projects – engineering service contractor company. The partnership between CompuLab and Bauer TKP enables efficient deployment of the CompuLab CoM-based systems, when Bauer customers get all the knowledge, facilities and support CompuLab has to offer.
    Bauer TKP engineering services include consulting, schematic design, board layout, BIOS adaptation, prototyping, debugging and integration, production management and ATP setup.
    About Bauer Turnkey Projects
    Bauer TKP is a private company located in Haifa, Israel. Bauer TKP has over 10 years of experience in building complex electronic devices such as single board computers, computers-on-module and SBC-based systems. Bauer TKP has been appointed as an official solution provider for CompuLab, offering turn-key solutions based on CompuLab’s modules.
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  • CompuLab Introduces fit-PC2i, for networking and industrial applications

    Haifa, Israel, March 14 2010 – CompuLab introduces a new member to the fit-PC family of miniature PCs. fit-PC2i is targeting networking and industrial applications. Based on Intel Atom Z530 CPU, the fit-PC2i is the smallest, most power efficient PC available on the market. It incorporates dual Gbit Ethernet ports, addressing the growing demand for low power servers, firewalls and industrial PCs.
    Measuring just 4” x 4.5” x 1.05” and weighting mere 13oz the fit-PC2i provides the complete PC functionality – up to 2GHz CPU, up to 2GB RAM, internal SATA HDD, resolution of up to 1920×1200, digital audio, dual LAN and WLAN. All in an industrial grade die-cast aluminum shell that runs fanless at 6-8W.
    fit-PC2i supports Windows 7, Windows Server and Ubuntu Linux.
    fit-PC2i features
    • CPU: Intel Atom Z530 or Z510, 1.1 GHz to 2 GHz
    • Chipset: Intel US15W SCH
    • Memory: 1 GB DDR2-533 on-board (Optional 2 GB)
    • Storage: Internal bay for 2.5″ SATA HDD, miniSD socket, On-board 4 GB Flash (optional)
    • Display & Graphics: Intel GMA500, DVI Digital output up to 1920 x 1200
    • Audio: Line-out, line-in, mic, 5.1 Channels S/PDIF
    • Networking: 2 x 1000 BaseT Ethernet, 802.11b/g WLAN
    • USB: 4 USB 2.0 High Speed ports
    • Serial: RS232 full UART
    • Operating Systems: Windows Server, Windows 7, Windows XP, Linux
    Mechanical and Environmental
    • Case: 100% aluminum die-cast body
    • Dimensions: 101 x 115 x 27mm (4″ x 4.5″ x 1.05″)
    • Weight : 370 grams / 13 ounces – including hard disk
    • Operating Temperature: 0 – 45 deg C with hard disk, 0 – 70 deg C with SSD
    • Power: 12V single supply, 8-15V tolerant
    • Power Consumption: 6W at low CPU load, 8W at full CPU load, Less than 1W at standby
    Pricing and Availability
    In quantity, fit-PC2i’s price starts from 0. fit-PC2i motherboard (named SBC-FITPC2i) can also be purchased separately, starting from 5. Evaluation Kits for commercial users are available now.
    About CompuLab
    CompuLab is a leading manufacturer of computer boards for embedded systems, which was established in 1992. CompuLab boards are embedded in telecommunication systems, automotive devices, gaming systems, medical devices, aerospace and marine systems, and countless other applications. All CompuLab products are manufactured and tested in CompuLab’s facilities in Haifa, Israel. CompuLab products meet all environmental standards, are lead-free and RoHS compliant.
    fit-PC2i datasheet

     

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  • CompuLab introduces CM-T3530 – tiny OMAP based System-on-module

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – November 09, 2009 – CompuLab introduces CM-T3530 – the most feature-rich miniature System-on-Module based on Texas Instruments OMAP3530. The CM-T3530 is targeting low-power embedded and commercial applications, providing a rich set of multimedia, connectivity and storage features on a credit-card size system-on-module.
    Irad Stavi, Director of Business Development at CompuLab said:
    “Embedded systems need to provide users with the user interface and connectivity they expect.  CM-T3530 enables that by using the same OMAP3530 found in today’s most advanced smartphones, while being extremely flexible and developer-friendly”.
    About the CM-T3530 module
    Hardware Features:
    > TI OMAP3503 / OMAP3530 with Cortex-A8 core at 720 MHz
    > Up to 256 MB mDDR
    > Up to 512 MB flash disk
    > 3D and video decoding acceleration
    > LCD interface at resolution up to 1400 x 1050
    > TV out PAL / NTSC
    > Resistive TS controller
    > Camera interface up to 16 Mpixels
    > Audio codec stereo line-out and mic
    > 10/100 Ethernet
    > Integrated WiFi 802.11b/g
    > USB2 OTG + 2 USB2 Host ports
    > 2 SD ports
    > 3 serial ports
    > I2C, SPI and GPIOs
    Software:
    > CM-T3530 is supported in mainline Linux kernel from rev 2.6.33
    > Full OpenEmbedded Angstrom Linux distribution available from CompuLab
    > Full support for Windows CE 6.0 R3 from CompuLab
    Mechanical and Electrical:
    > Size: 66 x 44 x 7 mm
    > Interface: 2 x 140 pin connectors
    > Power supply: 3.8V or Li-ion battery
    > Power consumption: 0.2 – 2W
    SB-T35 base-board
    The SB-T35 base-board turns the CM-T3530 into a ready-to-use SBC with dual Ethernet and all the common display interfaces – parallel RGB, LVDS, DVI and S-video. All the other interfaces available on CM-T3530 are brought out on standard I/O connectors.
    Pricing and Availability
    CM-T3530 and SB-T35 are available now starting from and respectively for 1K units.
    About CompuLab
    CompuLab is a leading manufacturer of computer boards for embedded systems, which was established in 1992.
    CompuLab boards are embedded in telecommunication systems, automotive devices, gaming systems, medical devices, aerospace and marine systems, and countless other applications.
    All CompuLab products are manufactured and tested in CompuLab’s facilities in Haifa, Israel.
    CompuLab products meet all environmental standards, are lead-free and RoHS compliant.

     

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  • CM-iAM – Intel Atom Z530 based computer-on-module

    CompuLab introduces CM-iAM computer-on-module based on Intel’s Atom Z530 processor and US15W chipset. CM-iAM measures only 75 x 65 mm and consumes a low 5W.  more

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  • CompuLab introduces a low cost version of CM-X300 computer-on-module

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – April 12, 2009 – Responding to growing demand for price-competitive CoM solutions, CompuLab introduced new revision of  CM-X300, a computer-on-module based on Marvell’s PXA310 processor. The CM-X300 module’s architecture addresses embedded applications requiring a combination of wireless connectivity, low power consumption and excellent multimedia performance. It is an ideal selection for hand-held and mobile appliances, as well as applications such as point-of-sale, gaming and entertainment machines and info-terminals. Fully functional module is offered for only . Compared with any other product in its class, the CM-X300 module is smaller, less expensive and has a better set of features.
    About the CM-X300 module
    The CM-X300 combines a PXA310 CPU with a graphics controller, 128 MB of DDR memory, 512 MB Flash Disk with power-fail protection, 100Mbit Ethernet, serial ports, USB ports, Audio, GPIO lines and many other essential functions. On-board wireless interfaces include 802.11b/g WiFi and Bluetooth. Expansions can be connected through the traditional local bus or an advanced SDIO interface. The CM-X300 presents two significant innovations:
    > Battery management and charging circuitry, including an on-board controller and operating system support. Integrated battery support makes the hand-held device implementation task much easier.
    > Power fail protection for the flash disk. In the event of power failure, the on-board circuitry will keep the system running sufficient time for a proper shutdown. This feature is critical to attain overall system stability over long periods of time.
    The module is designed for attachment to a custom baseboard via two miniature 140-pin connectors. The standardized CAMI interface allows 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-X300 module is available now, and is priced starting at for 1K -unit quantities. Evaluation Kits are also available from CompuLab.
    About CompuLab
    Established in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. develops and manufactures Computer-on-Module’s boards and highly integrated single board computers. CompuLab’s customers include more than 400 companies in 60 countries. The company’s offices are located in Haifa, Israel.
    CM-X300 Datasheet
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  • CompuLab Introduces fit-PC2 – a small and rugged Atom computer

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – February 19, 2009 – CompuLab introduces fit-PC2 – a tiny, inexpensive and power-efficient PC computer, based on Intel’s Atom Z530 processor and US15W chipset. Fit-PC2′s size, only 115 x 101 x 27 mm, makes it the smallest product in the market – it can practically fit in a pocket. Yet it boasts the capabilities of a full-featured desktop, including a 1.6GHz processor, 1GB RAM and 160GB harddisk, all packed into a rugged aluminum case. Fit-PC2 smoothly runs Windows XP / Vista / Win 7 and Linux, as well as all mainstream applications. Fit-PC2′s outstandingly low power consumption – just 6W, makes it the greenest PC ever introduced. Low power consumption provides another important benefit – fit-PC2 doesn’t require a fan, making it absolutely quiet and improving system reliability by obviating any moving parts. In combination with SSD, it creates a perfect shock tolerant system, ideal for car computers and automotive applications.
    fit-PC2 Specifications
    fit-PC2 comprises Intel’s Atom Z530 processor, US15W chipset, 1GB of DDR2 memory and an optional 160GB harddisk. The last can be replaced by a solid state disk or by another HDD.

    fit-PC2′s graphics controller has a DVI interface and supports display resolutions up to 1920×1080. The peripheral set includes 802.11g WiFi, HD Audio, 1000BT Ethernet, six USB 2.0 ports,  miniSD and mini PCI Express sockets. It is powered by a regular 12V DC wall adapter.

    Pricing and Availability
    The fit-PC2′s price starts from 5. fit-PC motherboard (named SBC-FITPC2) can also be purchased separately, starting from 5. Evaluation Kits for commercial users will be available from 01-Apr-2009.
    About CompuLab
    Established in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. specializes in developing and manufacturing Computer-on-Module boards and highly integrated single board computers. Recently the company introduced new product lines – fit-PC and Exeda – designed for the consumer and enterprise markets. CompuLab’s customers include more than 500 companies in 60 countries. The company’s offices are located in Haifa, Israel.
    fit-PC2 datasheet
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  • CompuLab Introduces EXEDA – Smartphone for Enterprises

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – February 1, 2009 – CompuLab introduces Exeda – a full-featured smartphone intended for enterprise applications, i.e. for any organization’s specified use. Possible applications include news reporting, warehouse management, courier tracking and technician assistance. The Exeda, standing for Extensible EDA (Enterprise Digital Assistant) is small enough to be considered as a mobile phone, yet it boasts  many properties of larger handheld devices, to satisfy a variety of business application requirements.
    About Exeda
    The Exeda’s functional content is identical to that of the latest generation of smartphones, including the wireless, satellite and cellular connectivity found in today’s devices. On the other hand, Exeda offers the level of flexibility expected in the industrial market.

    Product’s feature set combines a PXA270 processor, 640 x 480 touchscreen, full QWERTY keyboard, touchpad mouse, microphone, speaker, microSD socket, USB host and slave and serial port. On-board wireless interfaces include WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS satellite receiver, GSM cellular phone and GPRS cellular modem. High capacity 3000 mAh battery enables up to 10 hours of continued operation, or 300 hours standby.

    Differentiating Exeda from consumer smartphones
    The Exeda provides flexibility and features not available in regular smartphones:
    > Internal expansion slot enabling the addition of application-specific hardware, such as a barcode or RFID readers, radio modems and varied measurement instruments.
    > A choice of Windows CE and Linux operating systems
    > Customizable technical spec and form factor
    > Shock-resistant protection
    Pricing and Availability
    Depending of included features, Exeda price ranges from 0 to 0 for 1K -unit quantities. Evaluation Kit will be available for sale from 01-Apr-2009.
    About CompuLab
    Established in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. specializes in developing and manufacturing Computer-on-Module boards and highly integrated single board computers. Recently the company introduced new product lines – fit-PC and Exeda – designated for the consumer and enterprise markets. CompuLab’s customers include more than 500 companies in 60 countries. The company’s offices are located in Haifa, Israel.
    Exeda datasheet
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  • CompuLab Introduces the CM-X300 Computer-On-Module

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – June 02, 2008 – CompuLab introduced the CM-X300, a new Computer-on-Module based on Marvell’s PXA300 processor. The CM-X300 module’s architecture addresses embedded applications requiring a combination of wireless connectivity, low power consumption and mid-range processing & graphics performance. It is an ideal selection for hand-held and mobile appliances, as well as applications such as point-of-sale, gaming and entertainment machines and info-terminals. Compared with any other product in its class, the CM-X300 module is smaller, less expensive and has a better set of features.
    About the CM-X300 module
    The CM-X300 combines a PXA300 CPU with a graphics controller, 128 MB of DDR memory, 512 MB Flash Disk with power-fail protection, 100Mbit Ethernet, serial ports, USB ports, Audio, GPIO lines and many other essential functions. On-board wireless interfaces include 802.11b/g WiFi and Bluetooth. Expansions can be connected through the traditional local bus or an advanced SDIO interface. Compared to earlier CompuLab products, the CM-X300 presents two significant innovations:
    > Battery management and charging circuitry, including an on-board controller and operating system support. Integrated battery support makes the hand-held device implementation task much easier.
    > Power fail protection for the flash disk. In the event of power failure, the on-board circuitry will keep the system running sufficient time for a proper shutdown. This feature is critical to attain overall system stability over long periods of time.
    The module is designed for attachment to a custom baseboard via two miniature 140-pin connectors. The standardized CAMI interface allows 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-X300 module will be available for sale from 01-Sep-2008, and is priced starting at for 1K -unit quantities. Evaluation Kits are also available from CompuLab.
    About CompuLab
    Established 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.
    CM-X300 Datasheet

     

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  • Windows Embedded Partnership

    CompuLab has received Windows Embedded Partner certification from Microsoft Corporation. Under certification all CompuLab’s Boards Support Packages for Windows CE 6 have been tested and approved by Microsoft.

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  • CompuLab Introduces the WiFi interface for CM-iGLX Computer-On-Module

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – December 27, 2007 – CompuLab introduces a WLAN / WiFi connectivity solution integrated into the CM-iGLX computer-on-module, and consequently into the SBC-iGLX single board computer. Integrated WiFi implements the 802.11b and 802.11g standards, supporting a  transmission rates up to 54 Mbps and using a 2.4 GHz band.
    In addition to the new WiFi interface, the CM-iGLX CoM contains Geode LX800 CPU, DDR, Flash Disk, 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 with WiFi is available now, and is priced starting at 6 for 1K -unit quantities. Evaluation Kits are also available from CompuLab.
    About CompuLab
    Established 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.
    CM-iGLX Datasheet
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  • CompuLab extends CoM features with GPRS & GSM cellular connectivity

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – August 15, 2 007– Acknowledging the increased demand of integrated solution for long distance wireless communication, CompuLab expands Computer-on-Module features set with GPRS / GSM cellular modem. Using regular public subscriber network infrastructure, GPRS modem enables wireless data transmission to any arbitrary destination. Voice communication is also fully supported, practically implementing full featured cellular phone integrated into the CoM.

    The GPRS modem is integrated into new revision (rev 2) of CM-X270W module, together with new WiFi and Bluetooth features. The CM-X270W CoM also contains Intel’s PXA270 CPU, 2700G Multimedia Controller, SDRAM, Flash Disk, PCI bus, Ethernet, Audio, Touchscreen and many other essential functions. The SBC-X270 – the PC/104+ computer based on the CM-X270W module, also benefits from the ability to offer GPRS, WiFi and Bluetooth as a new options of its features set.

    Pricing and Availability
    Evaluation Kits of the CM-X270W / SBC-X270 with integrated GPRS will be available for sale on 01-Oct-2007. The price of the GPRS option starts at for 1K -unit quantities.

    About CompuLab
    Established 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.

    Contact Information
    Tel: +972-48-290-100 Fax: +972-48-325-251
    E-mail: sales @ compulab.co.il
    Web-site: www.compulab.com
    Contact person: Gideon Yampolsky

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  • CompuLab Introduces EM-X270 – new handheld product concept

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – June 11, 2007 – CompuLab introduces the new product concept of open-frame mobile platforms for embedded applications. The EM-X270 – the first product of the new line, is a full-featured computer board, designed specifically for handheld / mobile implementations. Available with an optional display, keypad and battery with charger, the EM-X270 offers a self-contained solution requiring just a case to create a final custom product.
    About EM-X270
    The functional contents of EM-X270 are similar to the latest generation of Pocket PC’s and smartphones, including all types of wireless, satellite and cellular connectivity found in today’s state-off-the-art mobile devices. Yet, it is designed to serve custom implementations, retaining the flexibility expected from an embedded computer board.


    The feature set of the EM-X270 board combines a PXA270 CPU, SDRAM, Flash Disk, graphics controller, touchscreen interface, audio codec with microphone and speaker, SD/MMC socket, USB, serial port, GPIO’s and a battery management system. On-board wireless interfaces include WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and a cellular Voice/GPRS modem. The last interface enables the device to act essentially as a customized cellular phone.
    Differentiating EmMA from consumer PDA’s
    While implementing the functionality of most advanced Pocket PC’s / smartphones, EM-X270 remains highly compatible with the requirements of the embedded market. EM-X270 has several major advantages over common mobile devices:
    > An internal expansion connector enables integration of custom add-on boards.
    > Peripherals specifically required in embedded designs, such as serial ports and GPIO’s.
    > Mechanical design compatible with a variety of custom enclosures.
    > Flexibility in selecting display type and size.
    > CompuLab’s “configurable options” pricing & manufacturing method allows the user to select only those features required for his application and to pay accordingly.
    > Long term availability and support.
    Pricing and Availability
    The price of the EM-X270 starts at for 1K -unit quantities. The EM-X270 Evaluation Kit will be available for sale from 01-Sep-2007.
    About CompuLab
    Established in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. develops and manufactures Computer-on-Module boards and highly integrated single board computers. CompuLab’s customers include more than 400 companies in 60 countries. The company’s offices are located in Haifa, Israel.
    EM-X270 datasheet
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  • SBC-iGLX – Geode LX based PC/104+

    CompuLab introduces the SBC-iGLX – a PC/104 SBC with optional front panel. The SBC-iGLX incorporates a CM-iGLX module and adds features such as CAN bus interface and switched power supply.
    SBC-iGLX datasheet

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  • CM-iPM – Computer-on-Module based on Pentium M

    CompuLab introduces a new CM-iPM CoM, based on the Pentium-M processor and 82915 chipset. The CM-iPM has PC-compatible architecture, and it provides a top-performance solution for CoM-based applications.

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  • 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 9 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.

    CM-iGLX Datasheet

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  • CompuLab Introduces WiFi solution integrated into X270 products

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – June 20, 2006– CompuLab introduces a WLAN / WiFi connectivity solution integrated into the CM-X270L computer-on-module, and consequently into the SBC-X270. This is the first, and currently the only, wireless LAN solution available in the CoM market, enabling this essential feature for a wide variety of embedded and mobile applications.

    Integrated WiFi implements the 802.11b standard, supporting a 10 Mbps transmission rate and using a 2.4 GHz band. The implementation supports single or dual antenna options and antenna diversity for increased range and stability. WiFi interface is integrated into the CM-X270L CoM, which also contains Intel’s PXA270 CPU, SDRAM, Flash Disk, PCI bus, Ethernet, Audio, Touchscreen and many other essential functions. WLAN drivers are included in Win CE and Linux packages available from CompuLab. The SBC-X270 – PC/104+ computer based on the CM-X270L module, also benefits from the ability to offer WiFi as a new option in its features set.

    CompuLab’s roadmap expects integration of the WiFi function also into the CM-X270W, as well as an upgrade to the 802.11g – 54 Mbps standard.

    Pricing and AvailabilityEvaluation Kits of the CM-X270L / SBC-X270 with integrated WiFi will be available for sale from 10-Jul-2006. The price of the CM-X270L with WiFi starts at for 1K -unit quantities.

    About CompuLab
    Established 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.

    Datasheets of the products with integrated WiFi – CM-X270 & SBC-X270

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  • CM-X270L – Smaller version of CM-X270

    CM-X270L is a new, smaller, and even less expensive version of the popular CM-X270W CoM introduced in August 2005. Having a feature set almost identical to its big brother (excluding 2700G), CM-X270L provides an advantage to users having severe space or cost constraints . CM-X270L datasheet

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  • SBC-X270 – PC/104+ board with PXA270 and 2700G

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – May 07, 2006 – CompuLab introduced the SB-X270 – a low-cost PC/104+ Single Board Computer with an outstanding level of function integration. The board’s unique mechanical design allows selecting between two popular form factors: either standard PC/104+ with headers, or extended PC/104+ with front panel connectors. The SB-X270 uses a CM-X270 computer-on-module for the implementation of core features, and benefits from a feature mix compatible with the requirements of many market segments, including control systems, multimedia and automotive applications.

    About the SB-X270 PC/104+
    The SB-X270, with an integrated CM-X270 module, contains an Intel PXA270 CPU at 520 MHz, a graphics controller for LCD and CRT, 2700G Multimedia Accelerator with 3D and MPEG decoder, video input port, SDRAM, Flash Disk, two 100Mb ethernet ports, USB, keyboard and mouse interfaces, sound, serial ports, real-time clock  and hard disk interface. Headers for standard cables/connectors are provided for all functions, while most popular interfaces are also available through an optional front panel. The SB-X270 provides several expansion connectors: PC/104 (ISA-equivalent local bus), PC/104+ (PCI), PCMCIA, CardBus and MMC/SDIO slots.

    Many of the above-mentioned features are optional and are included according to the application’s requirements.

    Pricing and Availability
    The SB-X270 board will be available for sale from 01-Jun-2006, and is priced, including an integrated CM-X270 module, starting at for 1K -unit quantities. Evaluation Kits are also available from CompuLab.

    About CompuLab
    Established in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. develops and manufactures CoM’s (Computer-on-Module’s), and highly integrated single board computers for embedded systems. CompuLab’s customers include more than 400 companies in 55 countries. The company’s offices are located in Haifa, Israel.

    The SBC-X270 Datasheet

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  • SB-iVCF – PC/104+ board with optional front panel

    New SB-iVCF (iVC3) PC/104+ baseboard with optional front panel creates unprecedented combination of tiny form factor with top performance and extensive set of features delivered by CM-iVCF module.

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  • CompuLab Introduces the CM-X270W Computer-On-Module

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – August 15, 2005 – CompuLab introduced the CM-X270W, a new Computer-on-Module based on Intel’s PXA270 processor and 2700G Multimedia Accelerator chipset. The X270W module’s architecture addresses embedded applications requiring a combination of low power consumption with multimedia performance, making it an ideal selection for hand-held and mobile appliances, as well as applications such as point-of-sale, gaming and entertainment machines and info-terminals. Compared with any other product in its class, the CM-X270W module is smaller, less expensive and has a better set of features.

    About the CM-X270W module
    The CM-X270W combines a PXA270 CPU, SDRAM, Flash Disk and vital computing peripherals. For embedded applications, the CM-X270W provides a 32-bit PCI bus, 100Mbit Ethernet, serial ports, GPIO lines and many other essential functions. An on-board 2700G Multimedia Accelerator enhances the feature set with support of XGA display resolution and an MPEG-4 decoder.

    The module is designed for attachment to a custom baseboard via three miniature 140-pin connectors. Standardized CAMI interface allows 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-X270W module will be available for sale from 15-Sep-2005, and is priced starting at for 1K -unit quantities. Evaluation Kits are also available from CompuLab.

    About CompuLab
    Established 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.

    CM-X270W Datasheet

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  • V4L2 for CM-i686 provides practical means for VIP utilization

    CompuLab published functional Video For Linux 2 (V4L2) for CM-i686, including VIP (Video Input Port) support and demo application. The packages operates with Geode’s CCIR656 video input and external SAA7113H encoder. download

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  • CompuLab Introduces the CM-iVCF Module

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – MARCH 15, 2005 – CompuLab introduced the CM-iVCF (renamed from iVC3), a new Computer-on-Module based on the VIA “Nehemiah” processor architecture and the CLE266 chipset. The iVCF module’s architecture addresses embedded applications requiring multimedia performance, making it an ideal selection for point-of-sale, gaming and entertainment machines, info-terminals and modern ATM’s. Compared with any other product of its class, the CM-iVCF module is smaller, less expensive and has a better set of features.

    About the CM-iVCF module
    The feature set of the CM-iVCF module contains practically all of the components found in a standard desktop computer. It is based on the VIA low-power CPU running at a clock rate up to 1000 MHz. For embedded applications, the CM-iVCF provides a Flash Disk, PCI and simple local bus, 100Mbit Ethernet, UART’s, I/O lines and many other essential functions. For multimedia applications CM-iVCF has a dual head graphics controller, MPEG decoder, video input, sound and touchscreen controllers. The module is designed for attachment to a custom baseboard via three miniature 140-pin connectors. Standardized CAMI pinout allows interchangeability with other modules available from CompuLab.

    Pricing and Availability
    The CM-iVCF module is available in stock and is priced starting at 5 for 1K -unit quantities. Evaluation Kits are also available from CompuLab.

    About CompuLab
    Established in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. develops and manufactures COM’s (Computer-on-Module’s), and highly integrated single board computers for embedded systems. CompuLab’s customers include more than 300 companies in 50 countries. The company’s offices are located in Haifa, Israel.

    CM-iVCF Datasheet

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  • CompuLab Introduces a New NAND Flash Disk Driver

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – DECEMBER 20, 2004 – CompuLab introduced the FD3 – the third generation of NAND Flash Disk Drivers. The new driver supports NAND Flash sizes up to 512 MBytes – four times larger than the previous version. It also provides a new write protection mechanism, maximizing reliability in mission-critical applications.

    Why a NAND Flash Driver ?

    NAND Flash components are widely used today in consumer applications such as digital cameras and cellular phones. High consumption and competition has driven NAND prices down, making them the most attractive compact storage media. On the other hand, embedded system developers have found the initial investment incurred by NAND integration into their systems prohibitive. Working directly with a NAND flash requires the development of complicated drivers, an effort judged by many companies as not cost-efficient.

    Drivers’ complexity drove developers to seek third party solutions. These solutions are known as “Disk-on-chip”, “Compact Flash”, “Disk-on-key” and many other combinations of a NAND flash with a controller providing an easy-to-use interface. But the involvement of a third party means a higher price, eventually rolled onto the customer.

    Taking a long-term perspective, CompuLab made the initial investment in NAND Flash Driver technology since the beginning of the CORE module product line’s launch, back in 1999. Over the past years, the driver has been continually improved and its capabilities extended. Today, hundreds of companies around the globe benefit from the advantages of the inexpensive flash disk technology implemented on CORE modules by a combination of NAND components and CompuLab’s flash driver.

    Driver’s Specifications

    The NAND Flash Disk Driver emulates disk-like behavior using the NAND Flash memory component. The driver’s core code is operating system independent – the same code is used for all operating systems. Since each operating system requires the driver to be integrated through a different interface, CompuLab provides a Flash Disk Driver kit per operating system. Driver code is also included in BIOS and ARMmon, to provide Flash Disk service during operating system startup. The driver performs the following functions:

    • Translation of sector read/write requests from the operating system to block access operations on physical media (flash)
    • Buffering and consolidation of sector write operations
    • Mapping and swapping-out of bad blocks
    • Error correction using ECC
    • Anti-wearing
    • Crash / power fail protection

    The latest FD3 version adds two benefits:

    • Support of new, larger NAND components, up to 512 MBytes
    • Region write protection. This feature allows flash disk partitioning on the operating system level and write protection of one partition on the driver level – for extended reliability essential in mission critical applications.

    About CompuLab
    Established in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. develops and manufactures tiny System-on-Module (SOM) single board computers. CompuLab’s customers include more than 300 companies in 50 countries. The company’s offices are located in Haifa, Israel.

     

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  • CompuLab Introduces the CM-X255 (ARMCORE-GX) Module

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – SEPTEMBER  08, 2004 – CompuLab introduced the CM-X255 – the third generation of the popular ARMCORE SOM (System-on-Module) originally presented to the market one year ago. The new GX version brings several major improvements: better graphics performance, cost-efficient Ethernet, touchscreen controller and improved compatibility with CAMI mechanical specs. These further extend the product’s capability to address an even wider range of applications.

    About the CM-X255
    The CM-X255 comprises an Intel PXA255 CPU up to 400 MHz with an integrated graphics controller, SDRAM, Flash Disk, PCMCIA interface, 100Mb ethernet, USB, sound, touchscreen controller, serial ports, infrared interface, general purpose I/O, real-time clock, PS/2 keyboard and mouse controller, parallel port, and interfaces to floppy and hard disks. Many of the above-mentioned features are optional and are included according to the application’s requirements. The CM-X255 provides a local bus as well as PCI and LPC buses for interface to off-board expansions. The module is designed for mezzanine attachment to a custom baseboard via two miniature 140-pin connectors.

    Pricing and AvailabilityThe CM-X255 module is available now, and is priced starting at for 10K -unit quantities (or for 1K units). Evaluation Kits are also available from CompuLab.

    About CompuLab
    Established in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. develops and manufactures tiny System-on-Module (SOM) single board computers. CompuLab’s customers include more than 300 companies in 50 countries. The company’s offices are located in Haifa, Israel.

    The CM-X255 Datasheet

    * XScale is registered trademark of Intel Corporation

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  • Win XP Embedded for 786 & 886 modules

    CompuLab introduced ready-to-run Win XPE package for 786 & 886 modules and related baseboards.

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  • Win CE for CM-i886

    CompuLab released Win CE package for CM-i886, including ready-to-run image and BSP. The package includes NAND Flash Driver and LCD panels support.

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  • CM-i886 (886CORE) System-on-Module

    CompuLab introduces the CM-i886 – 1.26GHz Pentium III based SoM. The CM-i886 is available with up to 512 MB SDRAM, Graphics controller, Flash Disk, Ethernet ports and USB.

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  • SB-i886 (886BASE) PC/104+

    CompuLab introduces the SB-i886 – the most powerful PC/104+ board available in today’s market.

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  • CompuLab Introduces the SB-X255 (ARMBASE) – PC/104+ Single Board Computer

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – AUGUST 03, 2003 – CompuLab introduced the SB-X255 – a low-cost PC/104+ Single Board Computer with an outstanding level of function integration. Based on the CM-X255 module with Intel XScale architecture, the SB-X255 breaks traditional, X86-based products’, relationship of functional content to price. While providing a rich set of features, the SB-X255 delivers the lowest cost PC/104+ single board computer currently available in the market.

    About the SB-X255 PC/104+
    The SB-X255, with an integrated CM-X255 module, contains an Intel PXA255 CPU up to 400 MHz, a graphics controller for LCD and CRT, SDRAM, Flash Disk, two 100Mb ethernet ports, USB, sound, serial ports, infrared interface, general purpose I/O, real-time clock, PS/2 keyboard and mouse controller, parallel port, and interfaces to floppy and hard disks. Headers for standard cables/connectors are provided for all functions. Many of the above-mentioned features are optional and are included according to the application’s requirements. The SB-X255 provides three expansion interfaces: PC/104 (ISA-equivalent local bus) connector, PC/104+ (PCI) connector and one or two optional PCMCIA slots.

    Pricing and Availability
    The SB-X255 board will be available for sale from 01-Oct-2003, and is priced, including integrated CM-X255 module, starting at for 1K -unit quantities. Evaluation Kits are also available from CompuLab.

    About CompuLab
    Established in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. develops and manufactures tiny ‘PC-on-chip’ modules, and highly integrated single board computers for embedded systems. CompuLab’s customers include more than 300 companies in 50 countries. The company’s offices are located in the Haifa, Israel.

    * XScale is registered trademark of Intel Corporation

     

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  • CompuLab Introduces SB-i686 (686BASE) – PC/104+ Single Board Computer

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – NOVEMBER 15, 2002 – CompuLab introduced today the SB-i686 – a low-cost PC/104+ Single Board Computer with an outstanding level of function integration. The SB-i686 integrates the CM-i686 module with additional on-board functions to create an embedded computer with capabilities usually offered only by large motherboards. The functional content of the SB-i686 offers a ready-to-use solution for applications such as set-top boxes, gateways, internet kiosks, to name just a few.

    About the SB-i686 SBC
    The SB-i686, together with the attached CM-i686 module, contains an NS Geode CPU at 266 MHz, SDRAM, Flash Disk, SVGA graphics controller, one or two 100Mb ethernet ports, USB, sound, PCMCIA/CardBus controller, serial ports, infrared interface, general purpose I/O, real-time clock, PS/2 keyboard and mouse controller, parallel port, and interfaces to floppy and hard disks. Headers for standard cables/connectors are provided for all functions. Many of the above-mentioned contents are optional and are included according to the specific application’s requirements.
    The SB-i686 provides three expansion interfaces: PC/104 (ISA) connector, PC/104+ (PCI) connector and one or two optional PCMCIA/CardBus slots.

    Pricing and Availability
    The SB-i686 SBC, including a CM-i686 module, is available today, and is priced starting at 9 for 1,000-unit quantities. Evaluation Kits are also available from CompuLab.

    About CompuLab
    Established in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. develops and manufactures tiny ‘PC-on-chip’ equivalent modules and highly integrated single board computers for embedded systems. CompuLab sells products to more than 300 companies in 50 countries. The company’s offices are located in Haifa, Israel.

    The SB-i686 Datasheet

     

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  • CompuLab Introduces the CM-i686 (686CORE) – Tiny Embedded PC module

    HAIFA, ISRAEL – NOVEMBER 15, 2002 – CompuLab introduced today the CM-i686 – a tiny module implementing a complete Embedded PC measuring 68 x 58 mm. Based on National Semiconductor’s Geode CPU, the functional content of the module is equivalent to a Pentium-II class desktop computer. The CM-i686 fills the gap between the low cost CM-i586 and the high performance CM-i786. The CM-i686 delivers more performance and functions per dollar, relative to any other product introduced so far. For many applications, such as set-top boxes, gaming machines and hand-held appliances, where display interface is mandatory, the CM-i686 provides the best cost-effective solution.

    About the CM-i686 module
    The CM-i686 comprises a NS Geode CPU at 266 MHz with FPU, MMX and integrated graphics controller, SDRAM, Flash Disk, 100Mb ethernet, USB, sound, serial ports, infrared interface, general purpose I/O, real-time clock, PS/2 keyboard and mouse controller, parallel port, and interfaces to floppy and hard disks. Many of the above-mentioned contents are optional and are included according to the application’s requirements.
    The CM-i686 has integrated ISA, PCI and LPC buses for interface to off-board expansions. The module is designed for either stand-alone operation (using SB-i686) or for piggy-back attachment to a carrier card via two miniature 180-pin connectors.

    Pricing and Availability
    The CM-i686 module is available today, and is priced starting at 8 for 10K -unit quantities (or 0 for 1K units). Evaluation Kits are also available from CompuLab.

    About CompuLab
    Established in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. develops and manufactures tiny ‘PC-on-chip’ modules, and highly integrated single board computers for embedded systems. CompuLab sells products to more than 300 companies in 50 countries. The company’s offices are located in the Haifa, Israel.

    The CM-i686 Datasheet

    * Pentium is registered trademark of Intel Corporation

     

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  • SB-i786 (786BASE) Single Board Computer

    CompuLab announces the availability of  SB-i786 – high performance PentiumTM III based motherboard.

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  • CM-i786 (786CORE) “System-on-Module”

    CompuLab announces the availability of  CM-i786 – “PC-on-chip” module with PentiumTM III.

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  • Windows NT Embedded for CM-i586 (586CORE) released

    Windows NT Embedded for CM-i586 (586CORE) released, featuring operation on Flash Disk, image compression and drivers for all on-board functions.

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  • ZT announced the availability of an SNMP Agent specifically matched to CompuLab’s X86CORE architecture.

    ZT announced the availability of an SNMP Agent specifically matched to CompuLab’s X86CORE architecture.

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  • Windows CE for CM-i586 (586CORE) released

    Windows CE for CM-i586 (586CORE) released, including advanced features such as Flash Disk Driver,  Configurable Registry and image compression.

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  • SB-i586 (586BASE) introduced

    SB-i586 (586BASE) introduced: PC/104+ 133MHz SBC with an outstanding level of integration, including two Ethernet ports and two PCMCIA / CardBus slots.

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  • CompuLab introduced the CM-i586 (586CORE) “PC-on-chip” module

    CompuLab introduced the CM-i586 (586CORE) “PC-on-chip” module with 133MHz CPU, SDRAM, Flash Disk, Ethernet, USB, Sound and peripherals.

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