The MSC Q7-BT module is based on the Qseven Rev. 2.0 and using Intel’s multi-core System-On-Chip (SOC) Atom generation that integrates next generation Intel processor core, graphics, memory, and I/O interfaces into one solution. Based on Intel’s 22nm processor technology, this multi-core Atom processor provides outstanding computing and graphics power and is more power efficient compared to its predecessors. The new MSC Q7-BT brings dual independent display support, DirectX 11.1, fast DDR3L memory and USB 3.0 on a compact, power saving and cost-efficient Qseven Rev. 2.0 compatible module. Different SOCs with single-, dual- and quad-core processors are supported by this design. Next to an extensive set of interfaces and features, the MSC Q7-BT offers hardware based security compliant to the requirements of TCG (Trusted Computing Group). For evaluation and design-in of the MSC Q7-BT module, MSC provides a number of development platforms. A complete, ready-to-run Starterkit is also available.