800MHz Low-Voltage Pentium III Multibus II Processor Board

1/28/2003 - Concurrent Technologies shows continued commitment to Multibus II users through the introduction of the CP PSE/30x, a low power high performance 800MHz Intel® Low Voltage Pentium III CPU board. The CP PSE/30x is designed to be a form, fit and functional replacement for the CP PSE/P2x and CP PSE/P3x boards. It provides system engineers with a smooth, low risk, migration to meet higher performance computing requirements as well as providing systems applications with an extended life.

The core of the CP PSE/30x is the Low Voltage 800MHz Intel Pentium III “Tualatin” (0.13 micron) processor in a “Flip Chip” package. The processor supports 512 Kbytes of high-speed secondary cache and, in conjunction with the ServerWorksTM ServerSetTM III LE chipset, operates a 133MHz front side bus with up to 512 Mbytes of S-DRAM. As with all Concurrent Technologies’ designs, heat sinks are used in preference to fans for cooling the CPU, and a selection of extended life cycle components together with high MTBF components ensures a robust design with high reliability and continuity of supply.

The board shares the same feature set as its predecessors which includes a high speed Wide Ultra- 2 SCSI interface using the LSI Logic® 53C895 device, a single PMC host expansion slot, 8 Mbytes of application Flash EPROM, 512 Kbytes of BIOS Flash, two RS-232 serial channels and PS/2® keyboard. For compatibility, including legacy software, the board can be populated with one of three different Ethernet controllers; these are the Intel 21143, 82596 or 82551. Further I/O expansion capability is provided via the use of the existing optional PMC carrier, which can be fitted to the board.

The CP PSE/30x supports iRMX®, UnixWare®, VxWorks® , Windows NT® and Windows® 2000 operating systems and is designed to run existing Multibus II software applications without modification.

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