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Small PCI Express mezzanine cards to add I/O to embedded computing introduced by VersaLogic

TUALATIN, Ore., 8 May 2013. VersaLogic Corp. in Tualatin, Ore., is introducing the Mini PCIe modules to provide simple, economical, standardized PCI Express I/O and storage for embedded computing. Mini PCIe enables systems designers to add additional functions to a system with almost no increase in overall package size, company officials say.

VersaLogic's Mini PCIe modules operate in temperatures from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius, and resist shock and vibration per MIL-STD-202G.Latching connectors provide additional protection within harsh environments. All of VersaLogic's Mini PCIe modules are manufactured to IPC-A-610 Class 2 standards. Class 3 assembly is optionally available for most modules where extreme reliability is required.

The Mini PCIe modules include analog input, with eight analog input channels; one Gigabit Ethernet interface; serial and general-purpose I/O with four RS-232/422/485 ports; SATA adapter; GPS receiver, with support for GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and QZSS; AES encrypted solid-state drive, including 8 and 32 gigabytes models; wi-fi, supporting wi-fi 802.11 a/b/g/n; and an mSATA drive, with 4, 16, and 32 gigabytes models.

"These modules will enable our customers to economically add functionality to their systems for a competitive advantage, while maintaining the high reliability that is the cornerstone of VersaLogic's reputation," says Gary Schultz, director of marketing for VersaLogic.

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