Computer-on-Modules based on Intel E3800 processors for IoT and Industry 4.0

In this Webinar Intel and MSC will explain how MSC Technologies is closing the gap between low-end and high-end Computer-On-Modules with a number of E3800-based products in the COM Express Type 2, Type 6 and Type 10 form factors and with a family of BayTrail-based Qseven modules. While COM Express Type 2 was made for existing COM Express applications, Type 6 and Type 10 are clearly designed for modern, future-proof applications in IoT data concentrators and industrial systems. In this webinar you will learn more about how Qseven allows very compact and low-power system realizations so that the Q7-BT modules are first choice for IoT data entry systems with local computing functionality, and for general Industry 4.0 and other applications.

Speakers

  • Peter Eckelmann is Product Marketing Manager, Embedded Board Solutions at MSC Technologies. He has held FAE and PME functions in companies such as Texas Instruments, STM Microelectronics and Micron Technology before joining MSC 12 years ago.
  • Jason Leighton is Technical Marketing Engineer at Intel in Swindon (UK). Jason supports customers in EMEA in regard to design and technical problems with Intel Atom platforms, such as Bay Trail or Braswell.


 


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