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Old 03-11-2016, 03:51 AM   #1
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LXer: Compact module runs Linux on Atom X5-E8000 and Braswell


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Advantech’s “SOM6868” is a Linux-friendly COM Express Compact Type 6 module supporting Intel’s Atom X5-E8000 and related Pentium and Celeron Braswell chips. The embedded-oriented, 14nm fabricated Intel Atom X5-E8000 system-on-chip debuted last month in a variety of Congatec boards. The Qseven based computer-on-module (Conga-QA4), COM Express Compact Type 6 module (Conga-TCA4), COM Express Type 10 […]

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