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.
Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) announced the XPedite5550 COM Express module. The XPedite5550 complies with the PICMG COM Express Compact form factor (95mm x 95mm) and supports an enhanced Type-5 pinout. The board can be hosted on a standard COM Express carrier card, hosted on a custom carrier card built to include any additional requirements from the end user, or integrated into the X-ES XPand6000 Series of Small Form Factor (SFF) rugged systems. The board features up to 8 GB of DDR3-800, x2 and x1 PCI Express interfaces, three Gigabit Ethernet ports, two SATA 3.0 Gb/s ports, two serial ports, and a USB 2.0 port. BSPs for Linux, INTEGRITY, and VxWorks are available. QNX, LynxOS, and other O/S support may be available as needed.
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.
Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) introduced the XPedite7332 Single Board Computer (SBC). The XPedite7332 features conduction- or air-cooled, 3U CompactPCI, up to 8 GB of soldered DDR3-1066 ECC memory, Intel Core i7 processor, and Intel QM57 chipset. The X-ES Single Board Computer is ideal for running server-class applications and virtualization software.
Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) introduced the XCalibur1700 6U CompactPCI SBC, the XCalibur1730 VME SBC, and the XCalibur1740 6U VPX SBC. The new single board computers are based on the Freescale QorIQ P2020 processor. X-ES offers all P2020-based products in both air-cooled, commercial (0 to 55 °C) to rugged, conduction-cooled (-40 to +85 °C) versions with appropriate shock and vibration testing. They are ideal for commercial, industrial, and military applications.
Extreme Engineering Solutions introduced the XPand5200 convection-cooled sub-½ ATR box. The X-ES XPand5200 offers both convection-cooling and conduction-cooling to conduction-cooled payload cards. The ATR box supports 3U CompactPCI and 3U VPX backplanes. The XPand5200 supports up to four 3U VPX or cPCI modules. It meets MIL-STD-810 standards, and is ideal for the harshest environments.
Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) introduced the XChange1200 air-cooled, 3U CompactPCI (cPCI) XMC/PMC carrier card. The XChange1200 features a XMC/PMC site, x1 PCI Express XMC interface, 32-bit 66-MHz PCI PMC interface, and I/O routing from the PMC P14 connector to the cPCI backplane P2 connector. Additional processing or I/O capability can be integrated into a 3U cPCI system by mounting a PMC, PrPMC, or XMC mezzanine module on the XChange1200.
Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) introduced the XPort3300 XMC Module. The conduction- or air-cooled XPort3300 features dual 10 Gigabit and x8 PCI Express 2.0 port. Front panel I/O for the 10 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces can be provided with either dual optical SFP+ fiber optic connectors or a single RJ-45 10GBASE-T connector. The XPort3300 also supports rear 10GBASE-T I/O through the P16 connector, and utilizes X12d I/O mapping per VITA 46.9. The XPort3300 supports automatic negotiation down to 1000BASE-T if the 10GBASE-T port is connected to a Gigabit Ethernet device.
Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) introduced the XPedite7331 Single Board Computer (SBC). The 3U air-cooled CompactPCI Express (cPCIe) SBC is based on the Intel Core i7 processor (2.53, 2.0, or 1.06 GHz) and Intel QM57 chipset. The XPedite7331 features DDR3-1066 ECC SDRAM (up to 8 GB), multiple PCI Express interfaces, 32 MB of NOR boot flash, NAND flash (up to 16 GB), Gigabit Ethernet port, and a USB UART serial port. The XPedite7331 is ideal for industrial control and test and measurement applications.
Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) announced the XPedite7470 3U VPX Single Board Computer (SBC). The XPedite7470 SBC will initially be based on the Intel Core i7-2715QE processor and Intel QM67 Express chipset. Other XPedite7470 processor options will be available later this quarter. The XPedite7470 SBC will be available in March 2011. In addition to 3U VPX, X-ES products based on the 2nd generation Intel Core i7 processor will be available in other form factors including 6U VPX, 3U and 6U CompactPCI, VME, and XMC. The COTS board is ideal for military, radar, image processing, and signals intelligence applications.