AAEON launches NanoCOM-TGU, a COM express type 10 powered by the 11th gen Intel core processor family

Taipei. 28 Dec –  To optimise embedded and mobile applications for IoT requirements, AAEON, a manufacturer of advanced hardware platforms for SDN, NFV, SD-WAN and white box uCPE solutions, announced the launch of NanoCOM-TGU, a COM Express Type 10 Powered by the 11th Generation Intel Core Processor Family (formerly Tiger Lake UP3).

The NanoCOM-TGU not only offers powerful computing capability, but also the graphical processing power enabled by Intel UHD Graphics to optimise AI and Deep Learning applications in COM Express Type 10 mini form factor (84mm x 55 mm).

NanoCOM-TGU is powered by the 11th Generation Intel Core SoC is designed for applications with intensive data and graphic processing needs. The SoC integrates both powerful CPU and GPU, as well as AI and Deep Learning acceleration engines, to accelerate processing capability in embedded mobile applications, such as telematics, public sectors, and Industrial automation.

The mini form factor of COM Express Type 10 of NanoCOM-TGU shortens the design and deployment processes for system designers or integrators in their embedded mobile projects. In addition, by leveraging the Type 10 form factor, NanoCOM-TGU offers the high-speed I/O interfaces to shorten the system design, including one 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet, two display outputs (eDP x 1 and DDI x 1), one high-definition audio output, two SATA 3.0 interfaces, one onboard PCIe NVMe SSD (up to 256GB), ten USBs (USB 2.0 x 8 and USB 3.2 Gen 2 x 2), two UARTs and PCI-Express [x1] x 4.

To meet the required memory bandwidth and storage performance, NanoCOM-TGU supports LPDDR4x memory with in-band ECC up to 16GB for IoT and Big Data related applications. The onboard PCIe NVMe SSD interface supports up to 256GB and accelerates read/write speeds multiple times than conventional storage interfaces.

System designers or integrators can also be benefited from graphical processing power enabled by Intel UHD Graphics in NanoCOM-TGU for enhanced visual performance. Learn more here.

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