e-CAM30_CUTX1 – 3.4 MP NVIDIA Jetson TX1 Camera Board

e-con systems announces the launch of e-CAM30_CUTX1, 3.4 Megapixel 4 lane MIPI CSI-2 board for Nvidia Jetson Tegra X1 kit.  This camera is based on 1/3 inch AR0330 CMOS Image sensor from ON Semiconductor with 2.2 µm pixel and A-Pix technology. It enables an excellent low-light performance and can capture good quality images even at 0.5 lux. It has an S-mount(M12) lens holder which allows customers to change the lens according to their requirement.

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New server processor is at the Data center core

AMD give a detailed information about its upcoming Server CPU “Naples”(Don’t get confuse with the city name). yes, its a city in southern side of Italy. Naples is code name given to the server processor. This CPU will scale across the traditional server configuration and compatible with new cloud data center.

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e-con Systems Launches Ultra HD 13MP Camera for NVIDIA Tegra X1

At ST. LOUIS and CHENNAI, India — January 18, 2017  e-con Systems Inc., a leading embedded camera solution company specializing in the development of advanced camera solutions announces the launch of the much awaited MIPI camera board for NVIDIA Jetson Tegra X1 development kit – e-CAM130_CUTX1.

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Intel core 7th Generation processors Launched

Intel Core 7th Generation processors are codenamed as “kaby Lake”. It uses 14nm technology which is built at Intel production facilities. From this Processor line-up, it uses “process architecture optimization” model.  kaby lake is an optimization step of this model. Ahead of CES 2017, Intel have announced about their core 7th Generation processors.

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