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 $145 for 1K -unit quantities. Evaluation Kits are also available from 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.