Trenton announced the JXM7031 MicroATX (uATX) embedded motherboard. The JXM7031 features the quad-core Intel Xeon processor, compact uATX form factor, five-year factor warranty, 7+ years of vailability, and a combination of PCI Express 2.0, PCIe 1.1 and PCI option card slots. The Trenton JXM7031 is ideal for industrial automation, medical imaging, aerospace, military command and control, missile telemetry, human machine interface, process control, and semiconductor fabrication systems.
Emerson Network Power introduced the Embedded Development Kit (MATXM-CORE-411-WR). The Embedded Development Kit includes an Emerson Network Power MicroATX motherboard based on the Intel Core i7 processor with optimized trial versions of Wind River’s operating systems, development tools, embedded hypervisor and graphics software. Included in the Embedded Development Kit is a LiveUSB flash drive containing a host image and a configurable target image. Each kit also includes cables, a comprehensive startup guide, sample projects and tutorial videos.
DFI introduced the CP330-NRM microATX form factor embedded motherboard. The CP330-NRM supports the Intel Core i7-620M (SV), Intel Core i5-520M (SV), Intel Celeron P4500 (SV) processors. It features Mobile Intel QM57 Express chipset, up to 8GB of DDR3 800/1066 MHz dual-channel system memory, two PCI Express Gigabit LAN controllers, Integrated Trusted Platform Module (TPM 1.2) option, and Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT 6.0) with KVM (keyboard-Video-Mouse) redirection allowing remote system management. The CP330-NRM industrial motherboard is ideal for applications requiring a stable revision-controlled platform, including gaming, DVR/NVR, POS/Kiosk, retail, transaction solutions, and industrial automation equipment embedded applications.
Emerson Network Power introduced the COMX-CORE Series COM Express modules, MATXM-CORE-411-B MicroATX motherboard, and iVME7210 6U VMEbus board. The new embedded computing platforms are powered by the Intel Core i7 and Intel Core i5 processors. The Intel Core i7 and Intel Core i5 processors use next-generation 32 nanometer manufacturing process technology, providing system integrators with significant increases in performance and energy efficiency.