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Old 10-08-2015, 05:50 AM   #1
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LXer: Tiny COM Express Mini module is first to tap Braswell


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Congatec’s Linux-friendly “Conga-MA4” COM appears to be the world’s first COM Express Mini-sized module to incorporate Intel’s 14nm, 7W TDP “Braswell” SoCs. The roughly credit card-sized COM Express Mini form-factor has emerged as a popular, standardized computer-on-module format in recent months, as seen by new Intel Bay Trail based products from Aaeon, Arbor, CompuLab, Congatec, […]

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