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2002-11-13 PICMG 2.17 backplane can meld StarFabric, CompactPCI
Bustronic Corp.'s PICMG 2.17-compliant backplane offers the capabilities of StarFabric technology while maintaining compatibility with CompactPCI
2006-09-19 cPCI SBCs run on next-gen Freescale microprocessors
Aitech's C901 SBC, and the low-power C901L version, feature next-generation Freescale Semiconductor 7448 PowerPC microprocessors.
2004-07-22 Bustronic offers 32-bit cPCI backplanes
Bustronic has developed a new line of 32-bit CompactPCI backplanes that offer hundreds of I/O pins.
2013-03-01 Kontron lends support to CPCI-S.0, CompactPCI Serial Mesh
Kontron's 'High-Speed CompactPCI Initiative' will extend support for the CompactPCI Serial and the CompactPCI Serial Mesh, providing a performance boost to the technology for years to come.
2007-05-16 Hybrid backplane eases migration from cPCI to CPCIe
MEN Micro Inc. has developed a family of CPU boards and I/O cards for a hybrid configuration that is said to significantly simplify the migration path from 3U CompactPCI to CompactPCIe.
2005-07-27 CompactPCI backplane saves space
Elma Bustronic announced that they have developed a space saving 3U CompactPCI backplane in a 3-slot size
2011-05-26 Board family migrates to cPCI systems
Pentek Inc. announced that its popular Cobalt board family is now available for use in CompactPCI (cPCI) systems
2006-09-21 3U cPCI backplanes come in different slot sizes
Elma Bustronic Corp. has developed several 3U CompactPCI backplanes in both 32bit and 64bit versions and several slot sizes.
2005-02-18 Bustronic extends CompactPCI backplane line-up
Bustronic has expanded its line of low profile CompactPCI backplanes with new 3U and 6U versions.
2003-11-11 ELMA chassis suits CompactPCI system
Elma Electronic Inc. has announced an 8-slot CompactPCI portable tower, with PICMG 2.16 backplane options
2005-04-18 Bustronic's CompactPCI backplanes promote easier wiring
Bustronic launched its new EasyCable line of cPCI backplanes that are designed for easy cabling
2002-08-16 Bustronic backplanes target wireless systems
Bustronic Corp.'s PICMG 2.16-compliant backplanes come in six-slot and eight-slot 6U sizes and are designed for 3G wireless, IP, and VoIP applications.
2005-06-09 CompactPCI Pentium board uses FPGA-configurable I/O
Designed for embedded industrial applications, MEN Micro's new board-level product makes use of the easy reconfigurability of an FPGA, and plugs into cPCI bus systems
2002-03-27 Adlink CPU board functions as server, controller
The cPCI-6760D 6U CompactPCI CPU board from Adlink Technology Inc. integrates a Pentium III CPU (up to 850MHz), dual bridging support, and on-card hard disk, enabling it to perform as a blade server or a multiple device controller
2000-12-01 Switch fabrics pave way to scalable networking
Topics span from Infiniband design hurdles to in-box benefits of RapidIO, along with various on-chip switch schemes like SuperHyway for highly integrated system chips.
2005-08-10 Adlink unveils new high-performance CompactPCI platform
Adlink Technology Inc., a developer of CompactPCI and AdvancedTCA platforms, recently introduced a new 4U high rackmount CompactPCI enclosure with 8-slot 6U backplane and redundant power supplies
2006-08-30 Rugged SBCs deliver 1.4GHz processing performance
Aitech Defense Systems has announced two power-saving, rugged 3U CompactPCI SBCs that promise improved processing performance of up to 1.4GHz and broader memory and I/O options.
2005-09-28 4U chassis improves cooling
Elma Electronic has released a new Type 39 4U Easy Plug CompactPCI enclosure that features improved cooling performance and a removable fan and filter tray.
2015-07-22 Industrial computer touts removable power supply
The BLUBOXX CompactPCI Serial systems from EKF Elektronik include a bottom mount fan unit available in a in a 172mm x 168mm x 208mm (4U/32HP) package.
2005-12-22 Fanless CompactPCI system runs cool
Inova Computers' latest small-format industrial computer keeps operating temperatures low enough to survive comfortably without fans or forced-air cooling.
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