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First Intel® Embedded Atom E600 Series System-on-Chip Supports Hardware Accelerated Adobe HD Flash Video Decoding on Linux

Secured & reliable wireless connectivity is now a great concern for the embedded devices. These embedded devices are used for various purposes by the security personals or other high end communications. An inviolable cellular connectivity to support both real time voice & data over a wireless network needs a central point of control. To meet these needs HabeyUSA introduced the BIS-6625-IV HDMI ultra compact connected embedded computer developed around the latest Intel® Embedded Atom E600 Series System-on-Chip (SoC). For the first time, Intel Embedded Atom supports hardware accelerated Adobe HD flash video decoding on Linux platform.

The ultra compact fan-less Intel E6XX Atom Tunnel Creek platform takes advantage of the open PCI-Express standard architecture, which enables dual 3G connectivity to allow for cellular redundancy and a more pervasive network. BIS-6625 includes processor which uses the technology, thermal design power (TDP), consuming power of no more than 4.5W. It also features Intel’s GMA600 GPU that support full hardware acceleration of H.264, MPEG4, VC1, WMV, and Adobe Flash high definition videos. BIS-6625 uses Intel’s Media and Graphics Driver. It enables the Intel E6XX Series to support hardware accelerated Adobe Flash Player 10.1/10.2 on Linux and can handle more than one instance of Adobe Flash Player plug-in being hardware accelerated on Windows 7.

The system also performs advanced 3D rendering and hardware accelerated encoding of MPEG4 part 2 and H.264 up to 720p. The BIS-6625’s Intel Atom E600 platform supports embedded operating systems including Android* 2.3, MeeGo* 1.2, Fedora* 14, and Microsoft* Windows* XP/Embedded Standard 2009, Embedded Compact 7, and Windows* 7/Embedded Standard 7.

Habey USA COO, Bin Lin said, “We are connected more and more to the world around us. Embedded computers for applications such as communication devices, industrial appliances and automobiles, is rapidly changing the way we live and work. People are demanding more and more features and computing power of the once dedicated, special purpose embedded systems. One way to reduce the size and cost of these anticipated smart devices and increase the reliability and performance is to break Moore’s Law, distributing processing power by providing maximum connectivity while retaining the flexibility of rich I/Os to the embedded computers.”

To enhance performance under vibration and shock, the BIS-6625 industrial embedded system adopts a rugged fan-less enclosure with onboard processor and onboard DDR2 memory adding capabilities of uninterrupted data transmission and control under -10°C ~ 60°C temperatures. The unique ultra compact fan-less enclosure design includes Bolt-Thru holes for standard 100x100mm VESA mount; make it easier to mount on flat panel monitors, TVs, and walls without extra brackets.

Key Advantages:
– Ultra-compact for space-constrained applications
– Low power consumption and fan-less design
– 3 mini-PCI express expansion slot for 3G/4G cards, WiFi, and other expansions
– 2 SIM slots for multiple carriers and redundant connectivity
– Built-in dual Gigabit Ethernet ports and WIFI support
– One external COM port, three built-in internal COM ports
– Supports HD video hardware decoding and encoding
– Bolt-on VESA mount for easy installation and mounting
– Drive bay supports 2.5” SATA HDD, SSD, and Half-Slim SATA SSD
– One mini PCIe slot with SSD support option
– One internal 24bit LVDS connection
– Internal CAN Bus connection supports IEEE 1588 standard

Habey USA is going to present live demo at 2012 International CES from January 10 – 13, 2012. Click here to find the booth of Habey USA.

Demo Video of BIS-6625 playing HD Adobe Flash:

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