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Advanced motherboards tailored for extended embedded apps

Posted: 19 Oct 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:advanced motherboard? embedded application? Intel processor?

Samples of three advanced motherboards that are compatible with Intel's Core2 Duo processors are now available from Radisys Corp. The latest addition to the company's Endura portfolio of motherboards are based on the Intel Q35 Express chipset, which provides enhanced graphics performance, support for the latest DDR2-800 memory technology, additional USB 2.0 ports for a larger number of external peripherals, support for external SATA drives and greater energy efficiency.

The Endura series of motherboards is designed to support long-life embedded applications including medical imaging, military and gaming markets for applications such as medical ultrasound, industrial automation and video surveillance.

The JD35Q and QZ35Q ATX boards are designed for use in advanced imaging applications with a x16 PCI Express slot for graphics acceleration cards, and a second x16 connector (with 4 PCI Express lanes) for use with an additional graphics acceleration card. The QZ35Q ATX board is designed to meet the more demanding slot and port needs of industrial automation applications that typically require more I/O. This board is suitable for applications that require many legacy PCI slots such as a video surveillance system with multiple PCI video capture cards.

With integrated DVI and S-Video interfaces, a x4 PCI Express slot for high bandwidth data capture devices, the PL35Q microATX board is suitable for medical ultrasound equipment.

All boards come with support services including product lifecycle management. General availability of the products is slated next month.

- Gina Roos

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