3/31/2003 - VersaLogic Corp. announces the release of a fanless PC/104-Plus single board computer based on the low power Intel® Celeron® processor. This 350 MHz version boasts no moving parts, 0° to 60°C operation, and draws a full 38% less power than the Pentium III equivalent. The combination of significant power savings coupled with no moving parts assures rock-solid reliability in even the most demanding environments.
The Jaguar line’s features include 10/100 Ethernet, AGP video/flat panel, industrial I/O, and DiskOnChip. Transient Voltage Suppressors (TVS) provide ESD protection on the I/O ports, reducing the risk of static damage. Few other boards in the embedded market offer this TVS protection. VersaLogic targets a minimum availability of five years for all of its embedded OEM products. The Jaguar product line is ideal for a variety of OEM applications including medical, transportation, automation, military, and other high-reliability environments.
This board will be on display April 23-25 at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Francisco’s Moscone Convention Center, at VersaLogic’s booth #1533.
The Jaguar is currently available from stock. Pricing for the low-power version is $1050 in OEM quantities. For additional information contact VersaLogic Corp. at (800) 824-3163 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their on-line catalog at www.versalogic.com.
About VersaLogic Corporation
A leading supplier of industrial computers since 1976, VersaLogic focuses on high-quality board-level products for embedded applications. Product lines include PC/104, PC/104-Plus, EBX, and STD 32 Bus. VersaLogic’s products are well suited for a broad range of applications such as industrial control, military, medical instrumentation, and manufacturing automation. The 5-year product availability guarantee and outstanding warranties demonstrate a commitment to service. VersaLogic’s customers recently rated the company a "Platinum" level embedded board vendor (2002 VDC study).
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