VIENNA, Austria, February 18, 2016
At Embedded World 2016, Theobroma Systems will introduce the first SoM featuring Applied Micro’s 64-bit ARMv8 HeliX® 2 ARM® processor. The SoM has been designed to address industrial, networked, embedded applications requiring the processing power of a high-performance “Server-on-a-chip”, e.g. in cloud computing or datacenter applications.
The processing power of up to four 2GHz 64-bit ARM processors and multiple high-speed interfaces—such as 10GbE, 1GbE, SATA and PCIe—are embedded within the COM Express Compact-form factor.
Scalability in power and performance
Theobroma Systems also will be presenting the first Octo-Core Qseven System-on-module featuring Allwinner Technologies’ A80 Cortex-A7/A15 processor. The module offers an easy upgrade path for current and future QSeven applications due to its standardised pin-out.
Intelligent, IPv6-enabled PLC devices
N-PLC and wireless technology in an IPv-6 media bridging application will be demonstrated—highlighting Theobroma Systems’ core strength in stand alone and processor nPLC and wireless technologies.
Providing device security and integrity
Secure computing modules by STMicroelectronics—providing secure key storage functionality—are integrated on all of Theobroma Systems’ SoMs.
Addressing today’s demanding requirements for device security and integrity enables trust in networked applications in IoT and Industry 4.0.
Visitors to Embedded World 2016
Theobroma Systems can be found be at Embedded World 2016, February 23 to 25, in Nuremberg, Germany in hall 4A, stand 110.
About Theobroma Systems
Theobroma Systems is a leading provider of embedded systems solutions for industrial and high-assurance applications.
The company provides engineering services and turnkey system-on-module designs, accelerating time-to-market and lowering project risk for customers.
Theobroma Systems is located Vienna, Austria.
High-resolution images (© Theobroma Systems 2016) of
- the A80-Qseven module
- the Helix2 COM Express module
- the nPDF OFDM modem in two form factors
are available for download below.
The press release is also available in PDF format, see below.