Features of the Automotive Reference PlatformThe highly modular system design is powered by congatec SMARC 2.0 modules that are interchangeable and support multiple devices and architectures - including the Intel ® Atom ® automotive processors for in-vehicle experiences - and utilizes powerful Intel ® automotive-grade Cyclone ® V SoC FPGAs with integrated ARM cores and MAX® 10 FPGAs providing unsurpassed design flexibility. The platform offers four independent on-board display interfaces with support for additional displays via expansion slots. Two HMSC connectors provide massive high-speed I/O extension capabilities. A wide variety of expansion boards is already available through the partner ecosystem, supporting all major existing and emerging automotive wired and wireless connectivity standards. An example is the dedicated Vehicle Interface Processor (VIP) expansion slot that accepts multiple architectures. A premium automotive analog/digital radio and onboard DSP solution rounds off the design capabilities of the modular platform. The conga-SA5 based ARP is supported by Luxoft's PELUX / Qt Automotive Suite Digital Cockpit software platform, a Linux based open source software platform that enables the flexible integration of third party applications into cars and minimizes the effort and cost for manufacturers deploying Linux based Digital Cockpit systems. congatec offers its SMARC 2.0 module conga-SA5 in the following configurations:
|Processor||Cores||Intel ® Smart Cache [MB]||Clock/ Burst [GHz]||TDP [W]||Graphics Execution Units|
|Intel ® Pentium ® N4200||4||2||1.1 / 2.5||6||18|
|Intel ® Celeron ® N3350||2||1||1.1 / 2.4||6||12|
|Intel ® Atom ® x7-E3950||4||2||1.6 / 2.0||12||18|
|Intel ® Atom ® x5-E3940||4||2||1.6 / 1.8||9||12|
|Intel ® Atom ® x5-E3930||2||1||1.3 / 1.8||6.5||12|
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