Rugged quad-core Intel Core i7-based PC/104 single-board computer introduced by ADL Embedded Solutions

SAN DIEGO, 30 March 2012. ADL Embedded Solutions Inc. in San Diego is introducing the ADLQM67PC-2715QE PC/104 quad core rugged single-board computer based on the 2nd generation Intel Core i7-2715QE processor for rugged and harsh environment military embedded systems such as radar and sonar processing, image signal processing, tactical command and control, surveillance and reconnaissance, transportation, and railways.

The embedded systems processor uses Intel's latest embedded computing two-chip device. This 2nd generation i7 Quad processor integrates Intel's HD Graphics 3000 engine with advanced vector extensions (AVX).

The ADLQM67PC has a discrete 16-bit digital I/O port as well as separate VGA, LVDS, HDMI, and Display Port interfaces. The ADLQM67PC also has 2x RS232 COM ports, 2x SATA 6 gigabits per second with RAID support, 8x USB 2.0, two bootable Gigabit Ethernet LAN, HDA 7.1, and type 1 bottom-stacking PCI Express/104 V2.01 supporting Gen2 throughput of 5 GT/s.

For more information contact ADL Embedded Solutions online at

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