Computer-on-Modules

    AAEON features an exhaustive range of Computer-on-Modules which covers form factors from SMARC to ETX, all of which made to provides a rich array of I/O capabilities to maximize the potential of their carrier boards and facilitate upgrading and customizations. As AAEON’s Computer-on-Modules lineup updates regularly with new technologies, form factors, and capabilities, it is your one-stop for all your Computer-on-module needs.
    COM Express Modules

    COM Express Modules

    The PICMG standard for Computer-On-Modules (COMs) is based on serial differential signaling technology and legacy PC peripheral interfaces. Besides PCI, LPC and IDE, COM Express incorporates interfaces including PCI Express, Serial ATA, USB 2.0 and Serial DVO.

    XTX Modules

    XTX Modules

    AAEON's XTX modules fulfill the need for upgrade ability with offerings from entry level performance to the latest processors and technologies.

    ETX Modules

    ETX Modules

    AAEON's ETX modules fulfill the need for upgrade ability with offerings from entry level performance to the latest processors and technologies.

    Qseven Modules

    Qseven Modules

    AAEON's Qseven modules fulfill the need for upgrade ability with offerings from entry level performance to the latest processors and technologies.

    SMARC Modules

    SMARC Modules

    SMARC, or Smart Mobility Architecture, modules are an small form factor computer-on-modules targeted towards applications that demands compactness and energy-efficiency without sacrificing performance, such as smartphones, phablets, and tablets.

    Carrier Boards

    Carrier Boards

    Carrier board provides external connectors for accessing the rich I/O interfaces provided by ultra-compact multi-chip modules.