- ADLINK brings 8 cores at 15W, 45W TDP in its latest COM Express Basic size Type 7 module —Express VR7 — delivering the best performance per watt coupled with exceptional responsiveness brought by 64GB dual-channel DDR5 SO-DIMM.
- Integrated with 2x 10G Ethernet and 14x PCIe Gen4 lanes, and with extreme temperature option (-40°C to 85°C), it is your ideal solution for various networking and data processing applications.
- ADLINK Express-VR7 fulfills use cases, including, but not limited to, edge networking equipment, 5G, signal processing, industrial automation and control, and rugged edge servers.
Taipei, Taiwan – December 5, 2023
ADLINK Technology Inc., a global leader in edge computing, announces the launch of its Express-VR7 module with up to 8 cores at 15W, 45W powered by AMD Ryzen Embedded V3000. Exhibiting the best performance per watt and cost in its class combined with 64GB dual-channel DDR5 SO-DIMM (ECC/non-ECC) for prominent responsiveness, the COM-Express Basic size Type 7 module boasts as a go-to solution for various mission-critical data processing and networking applications at 15W, 45W TDP.
“It is evident that edge networking demands have been trending towards more and more compact, fanless, power-efficient designs that can withstand normal to harsh environments, “said Lauryn Hsu, Senior Product Manager at ADLINK COM. “Blending AMD ‘Zen 3’ high-performance architecture with topnotch energy efficiency and industrial-grade reliability, Express-VR7 strikes the perfect balance between performance and power consumption in constant networking and edge systems.”
“We are excited to collaborate with ADLINK on its newest Express VR7 module powered by our AMD Ryzen™ Embedded V3000 processor,” said David Rosado, senior product marketing manager, Embedded Processors Group at AMD. “With its combination of high-performance and power efficiency, the Ryzen Embedded V3000 is a great addition to the Express VR7 module especially for developers who require a robust Computer-on-Module solution with advanced features for edge computing.”
Integrating 14x PCIe Gen4 lanes and 2x10G Ethernet interfaces that are backplane KR, copper, and fiber optic compatible, and is available with extreme temperature option (-40°C to 85°C), the ADLINK Express-VR7 module can realize wide-ranging edge networking innovations, such as edge networking equipment, 5G infrastructure at the edge, video storage analytics, intelligent surveillance, and industrial automation and control.
ADLINK is also working to provide I-Pi development kits based on the Express-VR7 module for out-of-the-box-ready prototyping and referencing.
For more information about ADLINK development kits, please follow the following link: https://www.ipi.wiki/