The processors on the ADLQM87HD use Intel’s latest HD Graphics 4600 engine and support for DirectX11.1, OpenGL 4.0, and OpenCL 1.2. The ADLQM87HD also introduces the Intel’s new AVX2 instruction set and TPM 1.2 and USB 3.0 functionality.
The ADLQM87HD also supports a broad set of features including video ports for DVI/VGA and HDMI/DP, 3x RS232 COM ports, 4x SATA 6Gb/s with RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 support, 8x USB2.0, 3x USB 3.0, two bootable Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, and HDA 7.1. Expansion possibilities include a miniPCI socket as well as a 2×40-pin PCIE expansion connector with four PCIe x1 lanes or one PCIe x4 lane for additional breakout or mezzanine board functionality. It is designed for -40C to +85C operation with ruggedization options available. The ADLQM87HD is uniquely suited for ruggedized SFF systems and optimized for integration in the ADLMES-8200 modular enclosure.
“The ADLQM87HD’s new Haswell architecture is built on Intel’s low-power 22nm tri-gate process and incorporates more instructions per cycle, deeper idle states, more execution units, higher cache bandwidth, and smarter power management. The end result is a significant performance increase with much lower power than the previous Sandy Bridge architecture. The ADLQM87HD is ideal for mobile and embedded applications where high processor performance with low battery or power usage is critical. It brings unparalleled performance to applications such as radar and sonar processing, image signal processing, tactical command and control, surveillance and reconnaissance, medical imaging and industrial automation,” said JC Ramirez, ADL Embedded Solutions’ Product Manager.