Q7M311 has adopted the 14nm Intel® Pentium® N4200 and Celeron® N3350 quad-core/dual-core processors (codename: Apollo Lake). The extremely small embedded module supports 4GB (or optionally up to 8GB) DDR3L memory onboard and 32GB eMMC flash memory (optional).
With a seismic design and for industrial-grade temperatures, both the CPU and the DDR3L RAM are soldered to deliver reliable and excellent computing performance.
Q7M311 has rich features embedded in all the components built in a small form factor, the industrial-grade computer-on-module is aimed for industrial IoT applications, including industrial control, medical imaging, digital signage, gaming machines, military, and networking.
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