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Atom-powered modules fit for 'light' computing apps

Posted: 04 Mar 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:computer on module? light computing application? Atom processor?

Cool Computing module

Adlink Technology Inc. will demonstrate its newest embedded computing platforms and solutions based on the latest Intel processors and chipsets at Embedded World 2009, focusing on the ultramobile, extreme rugged and quad-core solutions.

The company's computer-on-modules are based on the latest Intel Atom processors especially designed for " light" computing applications. The Adlink " Cool Computing" computer-on-module series includes the Express-AT, Express-MLC and ETX-AT which all support the Intel Atom processor.

The latest Express-AT and ETX-AT are based on the Intel Atom N270 and Intel 945GSE, which allow customers to access a COM Express module that supports both a modern feature set and entry level pricing.

The Express-MLC is based on the Intel Atom processor Z5XX series with the Intel System Controller Hub (SCH) US15W. A live demo of Intel Atom powered modules will be presented at the Adlink showroom.

To meet high performance needs, Adlink will present the Express-MV, an Intel Core2 Duo processor COM Express Module with Intel GS45/ICH9M-SFF chipset (Penryn SFF BGA type). As part of its emphasis on R&D, Adlink also features other rugged form factor boards and systems including PC/104 and EPIC boards.





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