GE IP introduces three new rugged single board computers

SBC 625

HUNTSVILLE, Ala., 24 April 2012. GE Intelligent Platforms announced three new rugged single board computers (SBCs) based on 3rd Generation Intel Core processors. The SBC625, XVR15 and XCR15 bring processing power, graphics capability, I/O bandwidth and functional density to customers developing and deploying industrial and mil/aero applications. These include C4ISR, radar/sonar and signal processing.

The new SBCs are fully compatible with their predecessors. Some of these new COTS boards also offer support for USB 3.0. Power consumption/heat dissipation are identical to those of preceding products.


The SBC625, XCR15 and XVR15, designed for 6U VPX, CompactPCI and VME systems respectively, are available in five build levels, from benign (air cooled) to fully rugged (conduction cooled).

The SBC625, XVR15 and XCR15 are offered initially with the 2.3GHz Intel Core i7-3615QE processor featuring Intel Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel AVX), up to 16GBytes of DDR3 memory and a solid state disk drive of 16GBytes capacity. These capabilities are offered together with a range of I/O options including Gigabit Ethernet, SATA, DVI, VGA and audio. Provision of two mezzanine XMC/PMC sites enables flexibility and expandability. Supported operating systems include Windows 7, Open Linux, Wind River Linux and VxWorks.

To view the fact sheets visit the links below.

XCR15
XVR15
SBC625


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