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Featuring the eighth and ninth generation Intel Core processors, the COM-CFHB6 computer on module (COM) is built to bring flexible computing to any embedded project, says Aaeon.

The COM-CFHB6 is built to the COM Express Type 6 form factor. It features a wide range of processors from the Intel Celeron to Intel Xeon, and the eighth and ninth generation Intel Core processors (Coffee Lake H/Coffee Lake Refresh).

The COM-CFHB6 supports low power 25W processors, making it particularly suitable for mobile applications, and up to 45W six-core Xeon server CPUs. It also has support for up to 48Gbyte DDR4 memory with ECC support (Xeon, Core), the COM-CFHB6 is built to provide high performance in the most demanding of applications, continues Aaeon.

The COM-CFHB6 offers flexibility with support for four USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports and eight USB 2.0 ports, up to three display ports, and up to 24 PCI Express 3.0 lanes. This, says Aaeon, makes the module suitable for edge computing and AI applications. The COM-CFHB6 is slim, just 28mm tall, to fit into almost any tight space.

Target applications include digital signage, factory automation, and robotic controller. It can even be used as an edge device or artificial intelligence of things (AIOT) gateway in smart city applications.

Aaeon offers its manufacturer and OEM/ODM service, Q-Service Plus for the COM-CFHB6. The company works closely through the entire process, from board design, BIOS set up and product testing.

Established in 1992, Aaeon designs and manufactures professional intelligent IoT solutions. It provides reliable computing platforms, including industrial motherboards and systems, industrial displays, rugged tablets, embedded controllers, network appliances and related accessories, as well as integrated solutions.

It also has hardware and services for premier OEM/ODMs and system integrators worldwide.

As an Associate Member of the Intel Internet of Things Solutions Alliance, Aaeon offers customised end-to-end services from initial product conceptualisation and board product development to mass manufacturing and after-sales service programs.

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