TQ presents new COM Express Basic Module TQMx110EB with 11th generation Intel Core Processors

By Chad Cox

Production Editor

Embedded Computing Design

May 27, 2021


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The Embedded Module TQMx110EB sets the latest standards in terms of CPU, GPU and system performance for COM Express-based solutions.

The Intel Core processors are based on the latest microarchitecture and are particularly energy-efficient. The equipment with up to eight cores / 16 threads, 24 MB cache and powerful Intel Iris Xe graphics make the module applicable for demanding multi-tasking applications and workload consolidation.

AI and machine vision applications also benefit from new vector neural network (VNNI) instruction sets, which provide a huge performance boost for inference algorithms.

The embedded module provides impressive graphics performance and brilliant, high-resolution 8K displays in 2D and 3D. Together with four independent display outputs, this result is completely new application possibilities in the field of high-resolution multi-monitor display systems and collaborative tools.

The module also supports:

  • Sophisticated on-the-fly rendering.
  • High-performance video encoding. 
  • High-performance video decoding.
  • High performance video transcoding.

The embedded module has up to 20 PCIe Gen 4 lanes directly from the CPU, providing the ability to connect additional graphics cards, frame grabbers, high performance IO cards and NVMe storage directly to the CPU via PCIe Gen 4 x16. The ability to have up to 64 GB of ultra-fast DDR4-3200 memory enables the highest system performance throughout and avoids bottlenecks in internal data flow.

Equipped with the new 500 chipset generation from Intel, the module offers numerous high-speed interfaces for communication with peripheral components, mass storage and additional functional extensions.

The module provides eight additional PCIe lanes, fast 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet, 4x USB 3.2 Gen 2 (with 10 Gbit/s each), 8x USB 2.0 as well as four super-fast SATA III ports, which can be operated in various RAID configurations.

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Chad Cox. Production Editor, Embedded Computing Design, has responsibilities that include handling the news cycle, newsletters, social media, and advertising. Chad graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a B.A. in Cultural and Analytical Literature.

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