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parvus configures hubs for PC/104, embedded apps

Posted: 17 Mar 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Parvus? ethernet switching hub? embedded system hub? pc/104 hub?

parvus Corp.'s line of 10/100 Ethernet switching hubs are now available in four different configurations to accommodate both PC/104 and embedded computer environments, and network up to five embedded computing devices with 10BaseT or 100BaseTX Ethernet connections.

Measuring 88.9-by-95.89mm, the hubs come in two configurations for PC/104-based systems and two additional models designed to work with various other embedded computer systems such as CompactPCI, VME, PMC, ETX, DIMM-PC, or ISA.

Ethernet connections are made through either onboard RJ45 jacks or right-angle Molex connectors. The 4-pin Molex headers enable embedded systems to optionally mount RJ45 jacks in a faceplate or enclosure using an optional parvus cable set.

Each version of the hub offers IEEE 802.3 and IEEE 802.3u compliance with five auto-configurable 10/100 transceiver ports and independent Fast Ethernet MACs, as well as auto-MDI-MDIX network installation. The board is capable of operating within the extended temperature range and provides non-blocking switching performance for all data traffic environments, including backpressure and pause frame flow control schemes.

The two PC/104 models include a standard 104-pin/socket header for making power connection through the PC/104 bus. The other two models include a 2-pin Molex connector for external power connections. All versions include mounting holes to facilitate simple installation.

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