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Boser SBC comes with Intel Pentium 4

Posted: 17 Mar 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:boser technology? hs-7002? single board computer? sbc? intel?

Boser Technology has launched its HS-7002 PICMG Bus Single Board Computer (SBC) bundled with the Intel Pentium 4 CPU, which features an advanced 800MHz FSB and speeds ranging from 2.40GHz to 3.20GHz.

Mounted by means of the PGA 478, the CPU incorporates the Hyper-Threading (HT) Technology. According to the company, this technology enables users to do tasks more efficiently and effectively since it enables the processor to execute two threads in parallel. It also speeds up the process, giving users more time for other tasks.

The HS-7002 SBC also comes with the Intel 865G chipset that is designed to support the Intel Pentium 4 processor and HT Technology. Its compatibility uses its intelligence to better manage and prioritize multiple threads received from the microprocessor.

The 865G chipset offers high bandwidth interfaces such as dual-channel DDR400 main memory, 800MHz system bus, integrated graphics controller with Intel Extreme Graphics 2 Technology, AGP8X Graphics, Intel Communication Streaming Architecture featuring a Dedicated Network Bus (DNB) interface for wire-speed GbE, and Hi-Speed USB2.0 connectivity.

The 82540 GbE controller and the 82562EZ Fast Ethernet Controller are both manufactured in a footprint compatible 15-by-15mm, 196-ball grid array package. Many of the critical signal pin locations on the 82540 are identical to signals on the 82562EZ allowing designers to create a single design that accommodates both parts.

Other features included are 16-bit ITE IT8888 ISA Bridge, LVDS panel interface (optional), AC'97 3D audio controller, serial ATA, IDE disk drives, TX/RX IrDA controller, and Winbond W83627 hardware monitor.

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