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  1. 6U ATCA backplane databus for military and telecommunications uses introduced by Pixus

      By Mil & Aero staff WATERLOO, Ontario, 6 March 2015. Pixus Technologies in Waterloo, Ontario, is introducing the PXS0640 6U AdvancedTCA (ATCA) SlotSaver Shelf backplane databus for aerospace, defense, telecommunications, high-end computing, and networking applications.   The PXS0640 packaging for embedded computing gains two slots of payload card usage and has a 40 40GBASE-KR4 backplane for 40 gigabit-per-second performance. The SlotSaver has shelf managers with dual-redundant switch functionality. An AdvancedTCA horizontal shelf typically would have to dedicate two slots for redundant switch cards, thus offering only four payload slots. With the PXS0640, the combined switch/shelf manager functionality provides a 6 payload slots for a 50 percent increase in the compute density. The PXS0640 has a push-pull cooling configuration for thermal management. All of the field replaceable units (FRUs) are hot-swappable, including the Cooling Units, washable filter, power entry modules (PEMs), shelf managers (ShMM), and AC power supplies. Related: Smaller, more modular backplanes and enclosures meeting performance and time-to-market demands The shelf offers AC and DC options -- as many as 4x AC power supplies in an N+1 configuration and as many as 2x DC PEMs. The AC and DC power can be running at the same time for swapping modules in the field. A 5U shelf with DC-only power is also available. The six-slot ATCA backplane offers a dual-star configuration, with an option to add a mesh, and an option to add a replicated mesh on the node slots. The shelf manager offers the integration of 40 gigabit-per-second and 1 gigabit-per-second layer three managed switches on the same module. With two combined shelf managers and switches in the system, there is full redundancy and failover for the shelf managers and switches. For more information contact Pixus Technologies online at www.pixustechnologies.com .

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    Fri, 6 Mar 2015

  2. Embedded computing chassis for OpenVPX backplanes in military systems introduced by Pixus

    WATERLOO, Ontario, 17 Aug. 2015. Pixus Technologies in Waterloo, Ontario, is introducing the VPXD0800 open-frame embedded computing chassis for OpenVPX backplanes. Other standard backplane architectures also can be used in the enclosure.

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    Mon, 17 Aug 2015

  3. ATCA backplane databus enclosure for rugged embedded computing introduced by Pentair

    WARWICK, R.I., 26 Feb. 2015. Pentair in Warwick, R.I., is introducing the Schroff Shelf Manager ACB-VI Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture ( ATCA ) backplane databus electronic enclosure for rugged embedded computing applications.

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    Thu, 26 Feb 2015

  4. OpenArchitect® ZX7250 ATCA 14 Slot 10 Gigabit Ethernet Switch

    The OpenArchitect® ZX7250 is an ATCA 3.1 switch that achieves the full potential of the 10-Gigabit Backplane market. With twenty 10-Gigabit Fabric ports.

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    Thu, 8 Jan 2015

  1. 6U 6-slot ATCA embedded computing shelf with integrated switch cards introduced by VadaTech

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    Fri, 1 Nov 2013

  2. CHASSIS AND ENCLOSURES: 6U 6-slot ATCA embedded computing shelf with integrated switch cards introduced by VadaTech

    VadaTech in Henderson, Nev., is introducing the VT830 6U 6-slot ATCA embedded computing shelf with integrated boards that combine the functionality of switch cards and shelf managers.

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    Mon, 10 Feb 2014

  3. ATCA chassis for defense aerospace, surveillance, and industrial introduced by Pentair

    MINNEAPOLIS, 10 March 2013. Pentair Equipment Protection in Minneapolis is introducing the 14U, 14-slot Schroff 450/40 ATCA chassis for next-generation ATCA boards in critical, high-availability applications where enhanced performance is crucial.

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    Sun, 10 Mar 2013

  4. Market for ATCA integrated systems to grow to $301.2 million by 2012, says VDC

    NATICK, Mass., 4 March 2009. The worldwide market for merchant ATCA systems should nearly triple over the five-year period from 2008 to 2012, according to analysts at market researcher VDC Research Group in Natick, Mass. Sales of integrated systems based on ATCA boards should rise from $114.9 ...

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    Wed, 4 Mar 2009

  5. ATCA blade server with DSP, Core i7, and QorIQ P4080 processors on board introduced by Emerson

    TEMPE, Ariz., 29 Oct. 2010. Emerson Network Power in Tempe, Ariz., is introducing the ATCA -8310 AdvancedTCA ( ATCA ) blade server for embedded computing in telecommunications applications that includes a digital signal processor (DSP) array, an Intel Core i7 processor and a Freescale QorIQ P4080 ...

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    Fri, 29 Oct 2010

  6. ATCA backplanes for defense, video processing, and data communications introduced by Pentair

    WARWICK, R.I., 3 Aug. 2011. Pentair Technical Products in Warwick, R.I., is introducing the Schroff AdvancedTCA ( ATCA ) backplanes for 40-gigabit-per-second (40G) embedded computing and networking applications. The ATCA backplanes, which are compatible with MicroTCA, CompactPCI Serial, and VPX ...

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    Wed, 3 Aug 2011

  7. ATCA backplanes for defense, video processing, and data communications introduced by Pentair

    WARWICK, R.I., 3 Aug. 2011. Pentair Technical Products in Warwick, R.I., is introducing the Schroff AdvancedTCA ( ATCA ) backplanes for 40-gigabit-per-second (40G) embedded computing and networking applications. The ATCA backplanes, which are compatible with MicroTCA, CompactPCI Serial, and VPX ...

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    Wed, 3 Aug 2011

  8. Bustronic introduces ATCA backplane for aerospace and military electronics applications

    FREMONT, Calif., 29 March 2009. Elma Bustronic Corp. in Fremont, Calif., is introducing a six-slot ATCA backplane for military aerospace applications, which uses the AdvancedTCA communications network that allows for a mesh or dual star topology.

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    Sun, 29 Mar 2009

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