Dual-processor PICMG 1.3 single-board computer for military and aerospace introduced by Trenton

GAINESVILLE, Ga., 17 May 2012. Trenton Technology Inc. in Gainesville, Ga., is introducing the BXT7059 dual-processor PICMG 1.3 single-board computer for military, aerospace, industrial automation, and telecommunications applications. The BXT7059 embedded computing board for military embedded systems has the Intel Xeon processor E5-2400 family, formerly code named Sandy Bridge-EN, as well as the Intel C604 chipset.

Options include processors with 8, 6, or 4 execution cores per processor. PCI Express links from the board’s processors support PCI Express 3.0, 2.0 and 1.1 system I/O card interfaces. Enhancements include Intel Turbo Boost, Intel advanced management, and Intel vector extensions.

Features include: 32-nanometer processor die; six DDR3 96-gigabyte DIMMs; two SATA/600 ports, four SAS/SATA ports; integrated TPM 1.2; eight USB ports; three Gigabit Ethernet interfaces; on-board video and graphics; and PCI Express link expansion.

For more information contact Trenton Technology online at www.trentonsystems.com.

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