Scalability is possible for embedded applications based on ARM architecture. ARM-based computer on modules from GreenBase Technology, an initial supporter of the Kontron driven standard for ultra low power ARM/SoC COMs, named ULP-COM, have flexible performance, small form factor and ultra low power consumption. Green and flexibility is the key attribute of GBT computer on modules. GBT computer on modules will support full range of Texas Instruments processors based on ARM architecture. From Sitara ARM Cortex-A8, to OMAP Dual and Quad cores series, GBT offers a combination of number of core, power consumption, I/O capabilities and form factors.
Following the standard, these modules have pin for pin compatibility, enabling fast, easy, and economical system upgrade without replacing the whole circuit boards. Various operating systems including Windows Embedded Compact 7, upcoming Windows 8/Windows on ARM (WOA), Linux 2.6.x and Android 2.3/4.0 are supported by GBT products. Under every computer on module, there is a base board. GBT base boards are not only fully compliant with the standard. The boards can also be customized for individual project requirements. Moreover, GBT provides full system integration service to help clients applying ultra low power core technologies to their specific vertical applications.