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Parvus to release SBCs based on Intel processor, chipset

Posted: 14 Feb 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:parvus? single board computer? sbc? ultra low voltage? ulv?

Parvus Corp. announced that it will soon release two additional PC/104-Plus Single Board Computers (SBCs) based on the new Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) intel processors, chipsets" target=_blank>celeron Tualatin processor and Intel 815E chipset.

According to the company, the SpacePC 1451 and 1453 boards will come equipped with high-speed networking and serial bus controllers for applications with high data transfer, high-speed networking or bandwidth intensive requirements. The SpacePC 1451 will integrate a total of 8 USB ports (6 USB 2.0 and 2 USB 1.1 ports), along with a Fast Ethernet controller. Meanwhile, the 1453 will offer both a Gigabit (1,000Mbps) Ethernet controller and a Fast Ethernet (10/100Mbps) controller, along with 4 USB 1.1 ports.

For reliability, Parvus said, neither board will require active cooling. Both products will be offered in standard and extended temperature formats, with power consumption kept at approximately 8W. RAM memory will be soldered directly onto the boards to guarantee compatibility, enhance thermal performance, and ensure operation under shock and vibration stress when used in mobile applications.

Other standard features include a VGA video interface, 2 serial ports, AC97 audio interface, auxiliary power, keyboard and mouse connectors, and two IDE controllers that support any type of IDE Flash device.

Both the 1451 and 1453 CPUs are compatible with standard PC x86 and real-time operation systems (RTOS), such as Windows, QNX, VxWorks and Linux. Potential applications include real-time industrial control and manufacturing automation, digital video and multimedia data acquisition, portable/mobile data storage, medical/industrial imaging, in-vehicle electronics networking, simulation, robotics, and aviation computing systems.

The SpacePC 1451 and 1453 are expected to be in stock by late Q2 2005. Pricing starts at less than $800 each in volume orders of 100+ units.

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