Computer-on-Modules (COM), also known as System-on-Modules (SOM), already have the core functions of a motherboard, but absolutely require a carrier board for operation. While the computer-on-module already contains the most important components such as CPU, connection to the main memory and standard interfaces, customer-specific interfaces and the I/Os are defined on the carrier board.
Our customers can choose from a variety of COM standards and proprietary form factors. The COM standards allow modules to be exchanged across manufacturers, while proprietary standards mean that you are safely tied to one manufacturer.
Please see our roadmaps for more information on our product range: Embedded Roadmap COM Modules