The World's Smallest Computer by SolidRun
FREMONT, CA — SolidRun, a developer and manufacturer of potent and energy-efficient SoMs– System on Modules, industrial Personal Computers and mini-computers, announced the prime component of its fresh Intel-based SolidPC Q4 product line which is the smallest Braswell-based Single Board Computer-SBC worldwide. It is designed for quick, agile and flexible IoT system implementations. The computer delivers a booming x86 computing abilities which is combined with rich connectivity features, adding to its existing potency.
It is sized at incredibly small dimensions of 100mm x 80mm.The SolidPC Q4 is purported to deliver salient from-factor flexibility and agility for a broad spectrum of applications. Range of applications like 4K video analytics, mission-critical IoT systems, point of sales and digital signage is supported by the SBC.
"We are pleased to be the first to offer an E8000-based board to the market with our SolidPC Q4," said Dr. Atai Ziv, SolidRun' CEO. "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."
SolidRun’s SolidPC Q4 carrier board was created to provide as a reference for rapid-paced customization projects.
The SolidPC Q4 is rendered with Dual HDMI 4K Display and DisplayPort interfaces, three USB-3.0 Host ports, Dual GigE LAN interfaces, MicroSD interface, headphone and microphone ports, and an infrared receiver. The ports are extendable via its miniPCIe and M.2 connectors.
SolidRun's modern ARM and Intel based embedded architectures are simple, stocky, and include wide-ranging software packages, support and drivers for important operating systems. Investing in software is one of SolidRun’s key differentiators. Moreover, SolidRun is a member of the OSS community.
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