ADLINK Introduces cPCI-6841 and cPCI-6842 6U CompactPCI Boards

7/15/2005 - ADLINK Technology Inc., a leading manufacturer of PC-based industrial computers for measurement, automation, and communication, announces the newest additions to its 6U CompactPCI board family, the cPCI-6841 and cPCI-6842. The cPCI-6840 family combines Intel’s latest high performance low power processor the Pentium® M with the 855GME MCH and two different I/O controller hubs. The Pentium® M has a highly efficient instruction execution unit and coupled with a large L2 cache; it can outperform other processors at the same clock speed. The 855GME has an integrated 250MHz 32-bit 3D/2D graphics engine capable of supporting simulations CRT and flat panel displays. The ICH packs a plethora of peripherals include Serial ATA 150, PATA, USB 2.0, watchdog timer, and serial port.

“The CompactPCI form factor continues to find applications outside of the telecommunications industry. By creating a family of cPCI- 6840 products, ADLINK offers more choices in price and performance. This allows for better acceptance in applications requiring the board space of a 6U product but without extra functions such as the IPMI (PICMG 2.9). By creating families of products, a broader market acceptance can be achieved,” said Bruce P. McGrath, ADLINK Vice President Sales and Marketing.

The cPCI-6840 Features:

The cPCI-6841 Features:

The cPCI-6842 Features:

ADLNK Technology Inc.
ADLINK Technology is a leading manufacturer of high-performance, high-quality PC based add-on cards for test & measurement, automation and process control industries. ADLINK is also quickly emerging as a leader in industrial computing products with innovative passive backplane and CompactPCI platforms. ADLINK products are marketed globally through direct sales offices for OEM customers and an extensive network of worldwide sales channels.

The company has over 30% of its employees in research and development for the following product groups:

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