Conga-PA5 is Pico-ITX and Conga-IA5 is Thin Mini-ITX, and both of them are long-term available, said Congatec, and come with a choice of Atom, Celeron or Pentium processors (see table below). “System engineers can immediately deploy them to upgrade existing Pico-ITX and Mini-ITX designs and benefit from approximately 30% more processing power and 45% more graphics performance compared to the previous generations,” said the firm. “For IoT designers, the SIM card socket on our Thin Mini-ITX boards enables connectivity with up to several hundreds Mbit/s, and even more with up-coming virtualised 4G/5G networks.” All variants have Gen9 graphics (up to 18 execution units) and support up to three independent 4k displays on the Mini-ITX variants (two DisplayPort DP++ and one LVDS 2×24 bit (shared with optional eDP 1.3). Pico-ITX has one DisplayPort and one USB 3.0 Type C with DP++. The conga-IA5 (Mini) comes with up to 8Gbyte DDR3L RAM, while the Pico conga-PA5 offers 8GB LPDDR4 with up to 2,400Mtransfer/s. Connection scan include: two Gigabit Ethernet interfaces, mPCIe, three USB 3.0 and up to three USB 2.0 ports. Additional peripherals can be connected via two serial interfaces (RS232/RS422/RS485), eight GPIOs, two MIPI CSI camera inputs, two SATA Gen 3.0 (6Gbit/s) as well as a Micro SD card slot. Audio signals are carried via HDA, and for security there is TPM 2.0. As well as the SIM Card slot, the Mini-ITX motherboard offers a ccTalk interface, SPI (for gaming and vending), M.2 slot for storage and USB 3.0 OTG. As well as data and display, the USB 3.) port on the Pico-ITX supports Power Delivery. Both profiles support Windows 10 and Windows 10 IoT, Windriver VxWorks, Android and common Linux versions. Add-ons including cooling, I/O panels and cable sets. Applications are expected in handhelds, box PCs and IoT gateways, as well as industrial-grade thin clients, slim user terminals and low-power graphics boxes.