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Adlink develops energy-efficient SBC

Posted: 10 Aug 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Adlink? cPCI-3915? single board computer? SBC?

Adlink's new SBC

Adlink Technology Inc. recently introduced the RoHS-compliant cPCI-3915 single board computer (SBC) that combines the low-power, high-performance Intel Pentium M/Intel Celeron M processor with DDR2 technology and gigabit connectivity.

Designed in single-slot (cPCI-3915A) or dual-slot (cPCI-3915B) cPCI form factor, the new SBC supports Intel Pentium M CPU with 2Mbyte L2 cache and 2GHz core speed, and backs the next-generation DDR2 architecture with a SODIMM slot pitched for up to 1Gbyte of DDR2 400/533MHz memory module. These features enhanced system response and offers optimized performance while complying with the industry's power-saving measures, Adlink said.

The cPCI-3915 debuts with dual-gigabit Ethernet ports that utilize a PCIe bus to provide the reliable network connectivity and efficient remote management needed for industrial and embedded processes. Promoting multiple storage options, the device supports a 2.5inch Serial ATA or IDE HDD and a CompactFlash card for OS installation and data keeping.

The new SBC also comes with the optional cPCI-R3915 rear transition module to enable high-resolution and dual-channel support for CRT (up to 2048x1536 resolution), DVI (up to 165 MBps), and LVDS (1x18bpp) displays, making it suitable for a variety of graphics-driven and interactive applications. The new device hosts up to three high-speed USB 2.0 ports and serial ports for communication and management.

The cPCI-3915 is currently available. The cPCI-3915A is priced at $1,510 and the cPCI-3915B is priced at $1,800. Products will be shipped to customers in 4 to 6 weeks after orders are placed.




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