SOM-5871 AMD Ryzen Embedded SOM module is equipped with the latest and first 14nm AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 Processor (12-54W TDP) with up to four cores and eight threads. The AMD “Zen” core micro-architecture on the new COM Express (PICMG COM.0) R3.0 Type 6 basic module provides high computing power, and advanced graphics performance. With the integration of the AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000, the SOM-5871 can offer an ideal balance of superior performance and low power consumption for your project.
Designed for High Graphic Performance Requirements
SOM-5871 uses up to 32GB of dual channel DDR4 3200 MT/s memory (both ECC and non-ECC) with higher memory bandwidth for better performance and efficiency. The new COM Express Basic module supports quad independent displays with VGA, LVDS, eDP, DisplayPort, HDMI, and HDR playback support. VP9 decode and H.265 (HEVC) hardware decode and encode as well as four 4K display outputs are supported by leveraging the AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000. The premium performance of the SOM-5871 drives 4K animation and content. SOM-5871 is built for use in demanding applications such as casino gaming, arcade gaming, digital signage, medical, industrial control, automation, thin clients, and communications infrastructure fields.
Optimized Solutions Extend Design Flexibility
SOM-5871 adopts 10/100/1000 Mbps speeds Ethernet controller and flexible I/O interface options with: 1 x PCIex4, 3 x PCIex1 through a PCIe Bridge, 2 x SATA Gen. 3 @ 6.0Gb/s, 3 x USB 3.0, 8 x USB 2.0 via USB Hub, 2 x COM ports (2-Wire), TPM 2.0, CAN Bus function (optional support), watchdog timer, and GPIO to fulfill a wide variety of functions and high performance system extension requirements. And for better structural integrity, SOM-5871 added an extra mounting hole design around the CPU for a stronger board structure that avoids board bending and improves thermal throughput to fulfill higher CPU TDP requirements.
EMAC is a global leader in system on module and carrier board embedded systems. The System on Module (SoM) is an ideal alternative to custom engineering. With the SoM approach you get the best of aspects of both buying an Off-The-Shelf Embedded Single Board Computer (SBC) and a Custom Engineered solution. With Off-The-Shelf embedded components such as a generic carrier board and SOM module, it is possible to start development on your software applications before the custom carrier board is complete; thus offering a reduced time to market for your system. A System on Module (SoM) is comprised of a small processor module with CPU bus accessibility and standard I/O functionality. The SoM module does not have any connectorization and is designed to be plugged into a Carrier Board.
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