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DFI Tech Offers i.MX6 SoC Version of Qseven Modules
DFI Technologies Posted 03/15/2017
Sacramento, CA — DFI Tech, a provider of embedded computing solutions and board products, now offers a 1-4 core i.MX6 NXP (formerly Freescale) versions of the Qseven computer on modules.
The FS700 Qseven module from DFI Tech features a 1.0 GHz SoC processor with less than 5W of power consumption. The board has 1GB or 2GB of DDR3 system memory and up to 16GB of eMMC Flash memory. There are HDMI graphics with resolution up to 1920x1200 @ 60Hz and dual LVDS interfaces with up to 2560x1600 @ 60Hz resolution for one port. Additionally, the module has built-in video, 2D graphics and 3D graphics processors.
Compliant to the Qseven revision 1.2 specification, the FS700 has I/O interfaces of CANbus, RS-232, LAN, I2S, dual I2C, and 4x USB 3.0. The unit also has x1 PCIe expansion and a supports 1x SATA 2.0 interface and a microSD socket.
DFI provides COM Express family modules in the Qseven, Mini, Basic, Compact, and Carrier Board types. The company also offers PanelPCs, small form factor embedded computers, industrial expandable computer systems, and more.
About DFI Tech
DFI Tech designs, integrates and provides long lifecycle support for embedded computer systems and industrial PCs to meet the diverse needs of the Infotainment, Gaming, Industrial Automation, Mil/Aero, Medical, Transportation, Network Security, and a variety of other industries. We offer a large selection of off-the-shelf embedded computer solutions such as fanless, small form factor, all-in-one panel PCs, and multi-function devices, as well as application-specific tailored embedded computer systems. DFI Tech also provides a complete line of motherboard products based on Intel’s latest chipsets, as well as Computer-on-Modules, and Embedded SBCs. As an affiliate of DFI in Taiwan, DFI Tech can offer high volume, board level contract manufacturing capacity, while at the same time offering high touch US based customer service and embedded computer hardware systems.
Justin Moll, Moll Marketing