COM Express™ Module
COM Express™, an open Computer-on-Module standard defined and maintained by the PICMG® (PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group), with its different form factors and pin-outs offers the widest scalability in computing performance and power consumption.
Qseven™ has in recent years become the most widely adopted new standard for small form factor modules, specifically targeted towards applications that demand low power consumption.
SMARC ("Smart Mobility ARChitecture") is a versatile small form factor computer module definition targeting applications that require low power, low costs, and high performance.
ETX®, one of the first Computer-on-Module standards, is going to be replaced more and more by newer form factors. It is no longer recommended for new designs.
The nanoRISC® module standard has been created for applications requiring a small form factor and lowest power consumption. These modules can be used as a processing supercomponent, while users only need to add application-specific periphery.