Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) introduced the XPedite5205 Embedded Services Router. The PMC/XMC module features Cisco IOS IP Routing software. The XPedite5205 ESR provides mobile, ad hoc networking for military and emergency response. The XPedite5205 can be retrofitted for use in any available PMC or XMC site. It is ideal for oil and gas, mining, smart grid, transportation, and public safety applications.
WIN Enterprises introduced their PL-60570 embedded box. The WIN PL-60570 desktop appliance features the Intel D2500HN mini-ITX SBC. It includes the Intel Atom processor D2500, Intel NM10 Express Chipset, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3600, four channels of high definition audio and GbE LAN. The network appliance is ideal for small businesses and remote offices that require robust I/O, GbE Ethernet and processor solid performance. This device provides a two-year lifecycle.
GE Intelligent Platforms introduced their WANic 66512 PCI Express Packet Processor. The GE WANic 66512 is an intelligent, high-performance Ethernet IP Packet Processor in PCI Express card format. It features the Cavium ten-core 1.5GHz OCTEON II processor, and offers very low latency and very high throughput. The GE WANic 66512 PCI Express Packet Processor is designed for ease of development and deployment.
Axiomtek introduced the NA-340 1U-type network appliance. The NA-340 features the 1.8 GHz Intel Atom dual core processor D525, Intel ICH8M PCH chipset, six Gigabit LANs, up to 4 GB memory, 2.5″ SATA HDD and CFast. The Axiomtek NA-340 will be available next month. It is an ideal network security solution for VPN, firewall, UTM, network bandwidth controller, and network management applications.
Extreme Engineering Solutions introduced the XPort3301 board. The X-ES XPort3301 is a dual 10GBASE-T 10 Gigabit Ethernet XMC module. The XPort3301 is offered in both an air-cooled, commercial version (0 to 55°C) to a rugged, conduction-cooled version (-40 to +85°C). It is ideal for applications requiring cost-effective, high-bandwidth communications such as remote sensor interfacing, traffic aggregation, storage, and data center networks.
IBASE Technology introduced the FWA8207 network appliance. The FWA8207 features the Intel 3450 PCH Express chipset, four DDR3 1066/1333 DIMM modules, six Gigabit Ethernet ports, three SATA connectors, four USB 2.0 ports, two COM ports and a watchdog timer. It supports Intel Xeon / Core i7/i5/i3 processors (up to 3.06 GHz). The IBASE FWA8207 1U network appliance is ideal for firewall and VPN applications.
WIN Enterprises introduced their PL-80380 network appliance for Internet security applications. The PL-80380 features a Freescale P1015E/P1024E processor, onboard DDR3 memory, two Atheros AR8033/AR8035 GbE Ethernet LAN ports with bypass function, four GbE Switch ports, mini-PCIe slot, a USB 2.0 and console port. The WIN PL-80380 is available in four standard configurations. Customization of the unit is also possible in OEM quantities. the PL-80380 is FCC and CE compliant.
WIN Enterprises introduced their PL-80310 networking appliance. The PL-80310 features the Intel E3-1200 series processor (code named Sandy Bridge), DDR3 1066/1333MHz DIMM sockets (up to 32GB memory), 3.5-inch SATA 3.0, CompactFlash, seven GbE LAN ports, USB 2.0 ports, RJ-45 console port, and four LED indicators. The Win PL-80310 1U rackmount appliance is ideal for firewall, packet inspection, SPAM filtering, VPN, UTM, financial, and Internet services.
Microchip Technology and Kalki Communication Technologies (Kalkitech) teamed together to optimize a Device Language Message Specification (DLMS) protocol stack for 16-bit PIC microcontrollers (MCUs). The DLMS stack is available now. It is available in four flavors: DLMS Evaluation Library (free evaluation version), DLMS-lite Stack ($3,900 for 5k units), DLMS Stack ($4,800 for 5k units), and DLMS Explorer ($2,800 each).
PMC-Sierra introduced the PM6373 POLO 40G System-on-Chip for coherent optical networking. The SoC is a single chip CMOS coherent DP-(D)QPSK transmission transceiver. The PMC-Sierra PM6373 POLO 40G features chromatic dispersion (CD), polarization mode dispersion (PMD), second order PMD (SOP), and high-rate polarization tracking. The device will sample later this year. The POLO 40G is implemented in 40nm CMOS technology and packaged in a 480-pin 23mm x 23mm FCBGA package.