ADLINK Technology introduced the Express-IBR COM Express Type 6 Computer-on-Module. The Ampro by ADLINK Express-IBR supports the quad-core and dual-core 3rd generation Intel Core i7 processors and Mobile Intel QM77 Express chipset. It is ideal for airborne and vehicle-mounted military computers and human machine interfaces (HMI) applications in harsh environments.
ADLINK Technology introduced the Express-HRR COM Express Type 6 Computer-on-Module. The Ampro by ADLINK Express-HRR is based on the quad/dual-core 2nd Generation Intel Core i7 processor and Mobile Intel QM67 Express Chipset. It features two SODIMM sockets (up to 16GB ECC 1333MHz DDR3 memory), three DDIs for DisplayPort/HDMI/DVI/SDVO, eight PCIe x1 and one PCIe x16 (Gen2) for graphics (or general purpose x8/4/1), two SATA 6 Gb/s, two SATA 3 Gb/s, Gigabit Ethernet, and eight USB 2.0 interfaces.
ADLINK Technology introduced the CoreModule 720 PC/104-Plus Single Board Computer and ReadyBoard 910 EPIC SBC. The Ampro by ADLINK CoreModule 720 is based on the Intel Atom Processor E600 Series, while the Ampro by ADLINK ReadyBoard 910 supports the 2nd Generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 and Celeron processors. Both single board computers feature onboard Solid State Drives (SSD) and a compact form factor. The SBCs are idea for transportation, self-service, digital signage, and video surveillance applications.
ADLINK Technology introduced the CoreModule 745 small form factor (SFF) rugged single board computer (SBC). The Ampro by ADLINK CoreModule 745 supports a variety of Intel Atom processors (such as the 1.66GHz N450 and the dual-core D510). The PC/104-Plus module features ISA and PCI buses, serial ports, GbE port and DDR2 667MHz RAM (up to 2GB). The CoreModule 745 is available now with QuickStart Kits (include cables, 2GB DDR2 RAM, device drivers and board support packages (BSPs) for operating systems like VxWorks, Windows CE, Windows XP Embedded, Linux and QNX).
ADLINK Technology launched the Ampro by ADLINK ReadyBoard 850 EPIC single board computer (SBC). The board has an operating temperature range of -20°C to +70°C and meets MIL-STD-202 vibration up to 11.95 Grms and shock up to 15 Grms (peak-to-peak). The ReadyBoard 850 supports Linux (Ubuntu), VxWork 6.6, QNX 6.3, Windows Embedded CE 6.0, and Windows XP Embedded. The ReadyBoard 850 is ideal for digital signage, gaming, industrial automation, medical, and retail. Pricing of the single board computer starts in the $600′s.
ADLINK Technology introduced the RuffSystem 735 and MilSystem 735. The rugged embedded systems feature the Intel Atom processor, RAM, graphics, networking, serial I/O, and PC/104-Plus, and an Extreme Rugged enclosure. The Ampro by ADLINK MilSystem 735 uses MIL-STD-D38999 connectors in place of the standard PC connectors found on the RuffSystem. Both systems are fanless, designed to meet MIL-STD-810 shock and vibration, and operate at full speed in an extended operating temperature range of -40°C to 75°C.
ADLINK Technology introduced the Ampro CoreModule 740 small form factor (SFF) rugged single board computer (SBC). The Ampro by ADLINK CoreModule 740 is based on the Intel Atom processor N450, running at 1.66GHz. The CoreModule 740 is ideal for zero-fail embedded systems in the harsh environments. The Ampro SBC gives engineers a drop-in form factor replacement with no new cabling requirements. The CoreModule 740 SBC is priced at $400 in OEM quantities and is sampling within 30 days.
ADLINK Technology introduced the Ampro by ADLINK Express-CBR COM Express Type 2 Computer-on-Module (COM). The Express-CBR COM Express module features the Intel Core i7 processor (up to 2.0 GH) and the Mobile Intel QM57 Express chipset. The Express-CBR is designed for the harsh environments. The Express-CBR module is ideal for the aerospace, military, defense, transportation, and gaming industries. Single unit pricing of the Express-CBR starts at $1,299. The Express-CBR will begin sampling within 30 days.