Apalis iMX6 makes the Toradex Apalis ARM(r) family more powerful
With the Apalis iMX6, Toradex aims to give its customers even more benefits with a price-optimized solution having hi-speed interfaces, long-term availability, and Industrial Temperature versions.
Toradex introduces its latest product offering in the Apalis family of ARM® computer modules, the very attractively priced Apalis iMX6. The module houses an ARM® Cortex™-A9 with dual and quad-core CPU, on a Freescale® i.MX 6 System-on-Chip (SOC), running at up to 1.2 GHz per core. The Apalis COM family from Toradex is based on NVIDIA® Tegra™ 3, and Freescale® i.MX 6 multicore ARM processors. The new Apalis iMX6 comes in Industrial Temperature (IT: -40°C to +85°C) versions and offers a compelling price for this form factor.
Designed as a complement to Toradex’ Colibri module family, Apalis supports a large variety of industry standard interfaces, while at the same time providing advanced multimedia and high speed connectivity making it suitable for a wide variety of industrial and embedded computing applications.
Apalis brings to market various new technologies, among them is Direct Breakout™, which considerably simplifies routing of high speed signals on the carrier board. The module also comes with support for ready-made passive cooling solutions and industrial temperature (IT) support for the most demanding applications. Like all Toradex COMs, Apalis ships with a pre-installed operating system including a Windows Embedded Compact run-time license. Embedded Linux is also available.