Eurotech's Catalyst CV embedded computer module is based on the Intel Atom processor N2000, and offers dual-core performance capabilities with enhanced multimedia and a greater choice of operating environments, while using very little power. The module will be available in the 67 x 100 mm form factor and has advanced feature specifications for performance, graphics, power, and size. The Catalyst CV is targeted for the next generation of devices in medical, industrial, gaming, digital signage, and automotive markets.
The dual-core Intel Atom processor N2000 helps support CPU speeds of 1.6GHz, DDR3 memory, and I/O capabilities such as USB 2.0, PCIe expansion buses, Ethernet, and wireless. OEMs have a range of operating environments to choose from, including Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows Embedded Compact 7, as well as Wind River Linux and other general Linux distributions. OEMs can port Eurotech's Everyware Software Framework (ESF) and Everyware Device Cloud (EDC) services to enable an end-to-end solution that is scalable and portable for an optimized product lifecycle.
The Intel Atom processor N2000 series offers dual-core processing power, a large selection of operating environments, and the next generation of multimedia interfaces. The combination of low power consumption and strong graphics performance have been designed for rich media applications running on fanless systems, such as retail point-of-sale devices, digital signage, and medical systems.
The Catalyst CV will be available in Q2 2012. Eurotech will offer application-ready development platforms to help OEMs write their applications quickly and effortlessly.
For more information visit www.eurotech-inc.com/catalyst-cv.asp.