Computer-On-Module With 4 to 16 Cores

Kontron launches COMe-bEP7 Type 7 module with 4 SODIMM sockets delivering 128 GB DDR4 RAM

  • Computer-On-Module With 4 to 16 Cores
    Computer-On-Module With 4 to 16 Cores

Kontron’s COM Express® Basic Type 7 Computer-on-Module delivers server-class performance with AMD EPYC™ Embedded 3000 SoC processors. It provides excellent networking and connectivity capabilities with 4 10GbE interfaces and up to 32 PCIe Gen 3 lanes. An optional NVMe card can also be integrated into the existing 2 SATA ports. With its robust and compact 125 x 95 mm design, it enables high-performance headless server applications (no display), including embedded edge and micro servers, medical imaging, 5G, AI, machine learning/camera inspection and test&measurement.

"For a broad spectrum of high-performance server applications, our new COMe-bEP7 server-class module offers a versatile and scalable solution which will meet the requirements of many OEMs and developers when it comes to robust design, comprehensive high-speed connectivity, maximum memory and overall cost-effectiveness," comments Maria Wilde, Product Portfolio Manager at Kontron.

The COMe-bEP7 module is designed for harsh environments

The COMe-bEP7 operates over a wide temperature range from -40°C to 85°C. It also includes 4x USB 3.1, 4x USB 2.0 as well as LPC, SPI Flash, SMB, Dual Staged Watchdog and RTC. The Trusted Platform Module (TPM 2.0) ensures maximum security.