Qseven—introduction to the feature set of a new, ultra mobile Computer-On-Module definition
Qseven is an open Computer-On-Module standard. The specification was created by a group of industry leaders in order to enable small size, low power consuming applications based on an embedded module concept. Unlike other previous COM definitions such as ETX, XTX or COM Express, Qseven is defined specifically for low power consumption applications. This white paper describes in detail the technical features and advantages of the Qseven definition.
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