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Acromag Introduces APCe8675 Carrier Card

Acromag APCe8675 carrier card

Acromag introduced the APCe8675 carrier card. The APCe8675 enables a PC to communicate with an XMC mezzanine module over a PCI Express (PCIe) bus. The Acromag carrier card is a simple and cost-effective solution for test advanced systems for defense and aerospace applications that will be deployed later on rugged embedded computer platforms such as VME, VPX, or CompactPCI. Pricing for the standard APCe8675 model starts at $700.

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F75P CompactPCI PlusIO Single Board Computer Features 2 Redundant Intel Atom Processors

MEN Mikro Elektronik F75P CompactPCI PlusIO single board computer

MEN Mikro Elektronik introduced the F75P CompactPCI PlusIO single board computer. The F75P SBC features two redundant Intel Atom processors with independent RAM and Flash memory. It is ideal for rail applications and brings functional safety to the board level. Pricing for the MEN 3U CompactPCI PlusIO safe railway computer starts at EUR 2695 plus VAT for single units.

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X-ES XCalibur4402 Single Board Computer Supports Intel Quad-Core Processor

X-ES XCalibur4402 single board computer

Extreme Engineering Solutions announced the XCalibur4402 single board computer. The 6U CompactPCI SBC supports the third generation Intel Core i7 processor. It features up to 16 GB of DDR3-1600 ECC SDRAM in two channels, two PrPMC/PrXMC slots, 32 MB of NOR flash, up to 128 GB of NAND flash, Gigabit Ethernet, SATA, I2C, USB, PMC I/O, XMC I/O, and DisplayPort. The X-ES XCalibur4402 SBC is ideal for military, communications, and industrial applications. Conduction- or air-cooled versions are available.

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Extreme Engineering Solutions Debuts XPedite7431 Single Board Computer

X-ES XPedite7431 Single Board Computer

Extreme Engineering Solutions launched the XPedite7431 Single Board Computer. The X-ES 3U CompactPCI SBC supports 2nd and 3rd generation Intel Core i7 processors. The X-ES XPedite7431 features up to 8 GB of memory, 32 MB of NOR boot flash, up to 16 GB of NAND flash, two 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet ports, HDMI/DVI-D video port, and a USB 2.0 port. X-ES XPedite7431 SBC is ideal for air-cooled industrial and communications applications, and conduction-cooled military applications.

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Extreme Engineering Solutions Launches XCalibur1600 6U CompactPCI Single Board Computer

X-ES XCalibur1600 6U CompactPCI Single Board Computer

Extreme Engineering Solutions launched their XCalibur1600 6U CompactPCI Single Board Computer. The X-ES SBC supports the Freescale QorIQ P3, P4, and P5 processors. It features up eight e500mc cores running at up to 1.5 GHz and dual-channel DDR3 memory. The single board computer supports Wind River VxWorks, Linux, and Green Hills INTEGRITY. The X-ES XCalibur1600 SBC is ideal for embedded computing applications.

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Kontron Introduces CP6004-SA 6U CompactPCI Processor Board

Kontron CP6004-SA 6U CompactPCI processor board

Kontron introduced their CP6004-SA 6U CompactPCI processor board. The CP6004-SA is scalable up to the quad-core 3rd generation Intel Core i7-3615QE processor with 4 x 2.3 GHz (3.3 GHz in Turbo mode). It features the Intel QM77 Express Chipset, integrated HD 4000 graphics, 6MB cache, up to 16GB of 1600 MHz DDR3 ECC SO-DIMM memory, six SATA ports with RAID 0/1/5 functionality, six USB 2.0 ports, two RS232 ports, three independent graphics interfaces (VGA and two DVI/HDMI) High Definition Audio (HDA) interfaces, and five Gigabit Ethernet.

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Kontron Introduces CP3003 3U CompactPCI Processor Board

Kontron CP3003 3U CompactPCI processor board

Kontron launched the CP3003 3U CompactPCI processor board. The Kontron CP3003 is based on the 3rd generation Intel Core processor technology. It includes the latest dual and quad-core CPU performance that is scalable up to the 2.1 GHz Intel Core i7-3612QE processor. Low voltage and ultra-low voltage processors are also available for applications requiring lower performance and heat dissipation. Full production of the Kontron 3U CompactPCI processor board CP3003 is scheduled for the third quarter of this year. It is ideal for industrial, transportation, test and measurement, medical and military applications.

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GE Intelligent Platforms Debuts SBC625, XVR15 and XCR15 Single Board Computers

GE Intelligent Platforms SBC625 single board computer

GE Intelligent Platforms introduced their SBC625, XVR15 and XCR15 single board computers. The SBC625, XCR15 and XVR15 SBCs are designed for 6U VPX, CompactPCI and VME systems respectively. They are available in five build levels, from benign (air cooled) to fully rugged (conduction cooled). The new GE single board computers are ideal for applications like command/control, ISR (intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance), radar/sonar and signal processing.

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X-ES XCalibur4401 Single Board Computer Supports 2nd Generation Intel Core i7 Processor

Extreme Engineering Solutions announced the XCalibur4401 single board computer. The XCalibur4401 is a 6U CompactPCI SBC based on the second generation Intel Core i7 processor (formerly codenamed Sandy Bridge). The X-ES XCalibur4401 features two separate channels of up to 16 GB DDR3-1333 ECC SDRAM, two PrPMC/PrXMC slots, 32 MB of NOR flash and up to 128 GB of NAND flash. The XCalibur4401 is ideal for military, communications, and industrial applications.

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ADLINK cPCI-3970 Series of 3U CompactPCI PlusIO Processor Blades

ADLINK Technology launched the cPCI-3970 Series of 3U CompactPCI PlusIO processor blades. The cPCI-3970 features quad and dual core 2nd Generation Intel Core i7/i5 processor, Intel QM67 Platform Controller Hub, up to two DisplayPort/DVI/HDMI, four serial ports, four SATA ports, five USB 2.0 ports, four GbE ports, PS/2 KB/MS, audio ports, and a PMC/XMC site for expansion. The new blades are ideal for industrial control and automation, transportation, and medical segments that require enhanced graphics capabilities, ECC memory and high speed I/O interconnects.

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