ADLINK Technology introduced the CoreModule 920 single board computer. It features Intel Core i7 processor support, up to 4GB of solder-down DDR3 ECC memory, 8 GB of industrial grade SSD and a fast data-transfer SATA 6 Gb/s interface. The ADLINK PC/104 board is ideal for mission-critical applications in space-constrained environments such as transportation, aviation, defense and homeland security.
WIN Enterprises introduced the MB-63020 single board computer. The SBC features an AMD G-Series Processor, VGA, DVI-D, GbE, four COM, NVRAM and TPM. The gaming board offers excellent 3D graphics, independent dual display and 4x PCIe slot.
Cadia Networks launched the MIT-5500 single board computer. The embedded ARM-based SBC is a mini-ITX small form factor board. It features a Freescale i.MX53 ARM Cortex A8 core processor, twelve onboard serial ports, dual Ethernet ports, 40-bit digital GPIO, dual CAN, and a 4-wire touch interface. The Cadia MIT-5500 SBC is ideal for advanced human to machine interfaces, data acquisition, point of sale, vehicle telematics, digital signage, industrial automation, building controls and connected appliances.
Blue Chip Technology introduced the RE3 single board computer. The SBC is based on the ARM Cortex. It features an advanced graphics engine, rapid computation, CAN and Mini PC-Express. The fanless embedded computer also features a small footprint.
WinSystems introduced the PPM-C393-S single board computer. The PC/104-Plus SBC features an Intel 1.66 GHz Atom processor, ICH-8M System Controller Hub, up to 2 GB of DDR3 systems memory, Gigabit Ethernet port, simultaneous CRT and LVDS flat panel video support, eight USB 2.0 ports, four serial COM ports, SATA controller, PATA controller for the CompactFlash socket, and stereo audio. The PPM-C393-S1-0-0 is priced at $499.
Datasound Laboratories introduced the ASB-L706 single board computer. The DSL SBC features an Intel Atom Dual Core 1.8GHz or 1.66GHz D525/N455 CPU, Intel GMA 3150 chipset, up to 2GB DDR3, SO-DIMM RAM, 18-bit LVDS/VGA, dual Gigabit LAN, three SATA connectors, four USB 2.0 ports, six serial ports, GPIO, PC/104-Plus connector and two mini PCIe slots.
Axiomtek introduced the CAPA830 embedded single board computer. The embedded SBC supports the latest Intel Atom processor D2550 1.86GHz, N2800 1.86GHz and N2600 dual core 1.6GHz. The Axiomtek CAPA830 features the Intel NM10 chipset, -20°C to +70°C wide temperature range, and DDR3 SO-DIMM with up to 4GB of system memory. The CAPA830 will be available in January of 2013. The embedded board is ideal for in-vehicle infotainment, industrial control, automation, gaming, medical devices, self-serve terminal, digital signage, POS, and kiosk applications.
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.
Acrosser Technology introduced the AMB-N280S1 single board computer. The AMB-N280S1 SBC features the Intel dual- core 1.8 GHz Atom Processor N2800, one SO-DIMM (up to 4GB of DDR3 memory), six serial ports (one is RS-232/485 selectable), four USB2.0, dual GbE, two Mini-PCIe expansion slots, SATA interface and power connector. The Acrosser AMB-N280S1 single board computer is ideal for embedded and industrial applications.
Embest introduced the SBC8118 Single Board Computer. The industrial grade SBC is based on TI’s AM1808 ARM9 processor. It features 128MB Mobile DDR2, 128MB Nand Flash, 8-Mbit SPI Flash on board, SATA interface, SD card interface, four USB hosts, Ethernet, LCD/Touch screen, Buzzer, Camera and supports RS485 networking. The Embest SBC8118 Single Board Computer is ideal for medical, industrial automation, control, communication, and applications.