Applied Data Systems Debuts Robust, Graphics-Rich Intel PXA255 SBC

4/28/2003 - Applied Data Systems (ADS), a leading developer of RISC-based application-ready embedded systems, introduced the AGX at the Embedded Systems Conference, held in San Francisco April 23 - 26. The AGX features Intel's low-power consuming Intel® PXA255 processor, and it is one of the most robust and graphics-rich embedded single board computers currently available for full production embedded applications. The AGX leverages the Intel PXA255 processor at r400MHz, and brings together sought after attributes of embedded technologies on a compact, robust, ruggedized and power thrifty platform. Operating system features include CE.NET with the Compact Framework structure and Linux. The AGX is one of the most graphics-rich Intel® XScaleTM technology technology based designs commercially available for production, with 16bit color availability on SVGA LCD's.

"Applied Data Systems continues to create innovative designs around Intel XScaleTM technology," said Mark Casey, director of marketing for Intel's PCA Components Group. "The AGX, taking advantage of the high performance levels of the PXA255 processor, achieves high levels of interconnectivity that will help designers of next generation embedded systems with rich graphics for wireless and handheld applications."

"The uses for graphical Intel® XScaleTM technology based devices are exploding and the AGX takes full advantage of the Intel PXA255 processor's sophisticated power capabilities, " said Robert Olsen, CEO of Applied Data Systems.

The AGX includes these key new features:

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