Tech Trends - Qseven
The name Qseven (Q7) is derived from “quadratic” as noted by the Q and seven refers to the 7 x 7 cm (70 x 70mm) size of the module. With a smaller size footprint mobile processor and chipset. The advantage of Q7 is its low power consumption interfaces for mobile and battery-operated (equal or less than 12W). It also matches the requirements for fan-less operations by heat spreader mechanism. Qseven does not require an expensive board-to-board connector and is capable of high-speed PCI Express Graphic (PEG) data transfers.
Concluding the benefits of a product/ solution implemented Qseven is below,
1.Small- One of the smallest computer-on-module form factors (70 x 70mm).
2.Acceleration- Products and system/ solution teams can focus on core values and deliver a better user experience rapidly.
3.Longevity- Qseven modules are available between 5 to 15 years from launch.
4.Reliable- High reliable performance function and high assessable integration.
5.Rugged- Operation under a wild range of temperatures ranging from -40 to +85°C, waterproof support, and other harsh conditions.
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