SolidRun Opens Pre-order of the World's Smallest Intel Braswell-Based SBC, from $ 99.99

By CIOReview | Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Dr. Atai Ziv, CEO, SolidRun

Dr. Atai Ziv, CEO, SolidRun

FREMONT, CA: Pushing their innovative product lineup further, SolidRun has launched the world’s smallest Braswell-based Single Board Computer (SBC), the first member of its Intel-based SolidPC Q4 family. Established in 2010 and a member of the OSS community, SolidRun is a global leader in developing and manufacturing powerful, energy efficient System on Modules (SoMs), Single Board Computers (SBCs) and Industrial PCs.

Measuring 100 mm x 80 mm, SolidPC Q4 SBC can serve as a reference to one’s design or can be readily deployed, affording lower development costs and shortened time to market. The computer provides powerful x86 computing capabilities. On the connectivity front both wireless and wireline connections are offered; Ethernet (2 x GbE, one interface with PoE header), UART (2 x UART null modem 3.3 V headers), WiFi/BT (M.2 2230 WiFi and Bluetooth connector), IR (Remote IR receiver).  The SBC also features Dual HDMI 4K Display and DisplayPort interfaces, three USB-3.0 Host ports, MicroSD interface, headphone and microphone ports.

Powered by Intel Atom and Pentium processors, the SBC supports a wide range of applications including 4K video analytics, IoT, point of sales and digital signage. The computer can leverage Windows 10 IoT or Embedded Linux to complete an application.

“We are pleased to be the first to offer an E8000-based board to the market with our SolidPC Q4” said Dr. Atai Ziv, CEO, SolidRun.  He added, “Offering feature-rich, high quality design and production standards with an attractive price allows us to serve a wide array of market segments, including makers, integrators and developers.”