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TQ stands for “Technology in Quality”. Our corporate guidelines define exactly what we understand by this. Our objectives and our specific actions are determined by this:

Our business philosophy

We are a leading technology service provider for electronic modules and systems.

We are a leading technology service provider for the development and production of electronic modules and systems. We are distinguished by a high degree of technological know-how, superior quality and the highest customer service.

Our customers are the focus of our work.

Our customers are the focus of all our activities and efforts. Our goals and operations are oriented to meet the customer’s wishes by consistently and systematically considering quality and cost requirements. Quality, delivery and flexibility as well as good customer relationships based on partnership are top priorities. To ensure a strong customer satisfaction is our most important goal and our most important foundation of success.

5th Generation Intel® Core™ i3/i5/i7 Module

_5th Generation Intel® Core™ i3/i5/i7 Module The TQ Minimodule TQMx50UC has a CPU with outstanding graphics performance with features such as 3D scanning, gesture control, and voice commands. The integrated Intel graphics core HD5500/HD6000

AM335x Embedded Module

_AM335x Embedded Module The TQMa335x module supports the TI AM335x Cortex-A8 family of processors. The AM335x family is optimized for POWERVR SGX Graphics Accelerator subsystem for 3D graphics acceleration to support di

i.MX28 processor Module (SOM)

_i.MX28 processor Module (SOM) Based on the i.MX287 processor, this module (SOM) is best suited for the general embedded industrial and consumer markets. All processor pins are available at the Tyco connectors

i.MX53 Processor Module (SOM)

_i.MX53 Processor Module (SOM) This module is based on i.MX537 from Freescale includes an integrated display controller, full HD capability, enhanced graphics and connectivity features. It is ideal for a range of applications

Intel® Atom™ E3800 (Bay Trail) Module (SOM)

_Intel® Atom™ E3800 (Bay Trail) Module (SOM) The TQMxE38M embedded modules enables the implementation of powerful, but also economical, x86 based systems based on the international established PICMG™ standard COM Express™ Mini (

Layerscape Embedded Module

Layerscape Embedded Module The TQMLS102xA embedded module, based on the LS102xA processor from Freescale, combines the ARM Cortex-A7 architecture with the Freescale QorIQ high speed communication technology. Designed for v

QorIQ 1020 Module (SOM)

_QorIQ 1020 Module (SOM) The TQMP1020 embedded module has the NXP QorIQ™ processor family with two e500 cores and a clock speed of 2x 800 MHz. This module offers an optimum balance between data processing speed and

QorIQ 2020 Module (SOM)

_QorIQ 2020 Module (SOM) With one or two e500 cores and a clock speed ranging from 400MHz to 2x1200MHz, the TQ module with its QorIQ™ processors this module is ideally suited to industrial applications where long-t

QorIQ T1042 Module (SOM)

_QorIQ T1042 Module (SOM) With four e5500 (64-bit) cores and a clock rate of up to 4x 1400 MHz, this TQ module provides the best ratio between processing speed and power consumption. The 28 nm technology significantly red
TQ Articles and Whitepapers   
Recent Articles from TQ

Embedded Modules: Buy Vs Build
Some of the obstacles and costs associated with designing complex computing platforms--certification, design and development time and production costs--can be overcome by using an off-theshelf embedded module.The following article examines some of these challenges and details how and where savings can be realized by opting for buying a pre-tested module instead of building a system from the ground up.
Using ARM Modules with RTOSes for secure applications
As communication between devices in the consumer world become more prevalent so does the issue of security. Recently TQ has partnered with two operating systems’ companies to demonstrate how a user of the TQ modules can protect their product from being compromised by hackers.
Using ARM Cortex-A9 with Multiple Displays

Through the use of several display interfaces, the TQMa6x with i.MX6 by Freescale provides the very highest degree of flexibility for applications in which several user displays with different display forms are required. Software developed with Pengutronix is available for applications with touch displays. More (pdf)

Using ARM Cortex-A9 for Secure Applications
The adaptation of PikeOS™ to the TQMa6x module means that alongside conventional control tasks, the embedded module is also ideally suited to applications with high levels of security. The combination of the reliable hardware offered by TQ and PikeOS™ creates a solid basis for applications that must comply with IEC61508, EN50128/50129SIL4 and DO-178B DAL-B and provides a good starting point for future developments.More (pdf)
Compact solutions for wireless HD video transmission in real time

This wireless HD video transmission module enables the transmission of video data in full HD up to 1080p6. At a latency of less than 1 ms, video transmission occurs with complete frame synchronization in real time. This is especially crucial if an interaction takes place between the video image and the user, for example during medical treatment or surgery.More (PDF)

Seductive Parallel Worlds

What advantages do modules for ARM® Cortex-A9 processors really provide?

Standardized processor modules promise their users that they will be able to change over from one manufacturer to the next. The devil is in the details . . .
Resolving the Babylonian Confusion in the ARM® Module Market
In the race for market leadership, ARM® processor quantities are now ahead of processors
with x86 architecture, since many devices on the mass market, such as mobile telephones
and PDAs, rely on ARM processors. However, the x86 architecture still has its nose in front on
the embedded market, and particularly the module market.
Embedded Modules Speed Development and Decrease Costs in Medical Equipment Designs
Developments and trends on the electronics market are generally quickly reflected on the electrical medical equipment market. Cost pressure and time constraints are also heightened here, forcing companies to focus on their core competencies.
The ARM ® Module Market is Kicking into High Gear and Standards are Lagging Behind
With the unveiling of the ARM Cortex A9 processor, large companies from the x86 module market are now entering the ring. As is normal in the x86 market, they are now striving for standardization on the ARM module Market

TQ Brochure   
Computer Modules for Embedded Applications

TQ-USA is the North American division of TQ-Systems GmbH, one of the leading solution providers of innovative technologies for 20 years.

TQ-USA distributes computer modules supporting Freescale’s QorIQ™, ARM926™, ARM11™, Cortex™-A9 processor-based MCUs and Texas Instruments’ ARM® Cortex-A8 processor-based MCUs. TQ-USA also distributes Freescale ARM926 and ARM11 MCU-based Hardware Solutions for system integration.

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