System on Modules
With the Newest CPUs and Interfaces
System on Modules are the solution if you need a long product life cycle and a flexible system. These modules are flexible in type of CPU (1-4 core), memory and I/O interfaces. Most modules operate in a temperature range from -40 to +85°C.
The difference between System on Modules (SOM) and Computer on Modules (COM) is that SOM use the latest CPUs and interfaces. You can also run a more complex application than on a COM. The COMs contain peripheral ports, while a SOM has most peripherals built in, i.e. Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.Samples Contacts News
Manufacturers & Contacts
8DEVICES is specialized in SOM (System on a Module) and combo radio modules for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth that are all based on QUALCOMM chipsets. The company's extensive experience in hardware and software development allows it to offer high-quality and reliable modules. As QUALCOMM's Authorised Design Centre (ADC) partner, 8DEVICES also supports custom designs and offers customized software and hardware solutions to meet your specific requirements.Infos Samples
COMPEX has a long history of working with QUALCOMM and specializes exclusively in their Wi-Fi radio and SoC devices. COMPEX is therefore an official ADC (Authorized Design Center) of QUALCOMM and offers its customers innovative reference designs as well as support for hardware and software development.Infos Samples
QUECTEL focuses on the wireless M2M market sector designing and manufacturing a variety of wireless modules to fulfill different industrial standards and requirements. QUECTEL is one of the leading providers of GSM/GPRS, UMTS/HSPA(+), LTE and GNSS modules. In addition, QUECTEL offers various antennas for a wide frequency range from 600MHz - 6GHz.Infos Samples
THALES connectivity solutions are at the heart of the IoT and modern digital transformation. THALES' products are designed to deliver future-proof and reliable cellular connectivity while streamlining development time and speeding time to market. In collaboration with THALES, CODICO can deliver reliable, long life IoT connectivity to support our costumers' digital transformation.Infos Samples
THUNDERCOMM was founded in 2016 by THUNDERSOFT and QUALCOMM. Based on QUALCOMMs world-leading Snapdragon processors as well as THUNDERSOFTs powerful application and operating system technologies and service capability, THUNDERCOMM is dedicated to providing module and software solutions for IoT, AI, automatization, machine service, smart cameras, robotics, VR/AR devices, mobile devices, drones, and medical devices.Infos Samples
Leading supplier of Arm based System on Modules (SOMs)
VARISCITE is based in Israel and looks back on a long company history.
High-quality processor modules are produced for a wide variety of market segments.
The production facilities are owed by themselfes and the company is of course ISO certified.
Variscite offers a very flexible range of hardware configurations and a perfectly matched software solution.
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