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The XCalibur4401 is a high-performance, 6U CompactPCI, multiprocessing, single board computer that is ideal for ruggedized systems requiring high bandwidth processing and low power consumption. With the 2nd or 3rd generation
The AcQ Inducom “Medusa”VPX3424 is a 3U OpenVPX™ Single Board Computer (SBC) featuring the T4240 QorIQ® Processor from Freescale Semiconductor and a Xilinx Kintex-7 FPGA.
The XPedite7472 is a secure and high-performance, 3U VPX-REDI, single board computer based on the 3rd generation Intel® Core™ i7 Ivy Bridge processor. The XPedite7472 is an optimal choice for computationally heavy applications
customers can choose from more than 40 intelligent I/O, communication, and Ethernet switch functions, as well as single - board computer options. Related: North Atlantic Industries to provide data-control embedded computer on Navy's next
The XPedite7470 is a high-performance, low-power, 3U VPX-REDI, single board computer based on the 2nd and 3rd generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor and the Intel® QM67 chipset. With two PCI Express Fat Pipe P1 interconnects
Inc. (X-ES) in Middleton, Wis., is introducing the XPedite7670 3U OpenVPX REDI single - board computer and the XCalibur4640 6U VPX single - board computer for military and aerospace embedded computing applications. The embedded computing
6U VME ARM Cortex™-A9 based Single Board Computer that can be configured with up to six NAI Intelligent I/O and communications function modules.
March 2015. Diamond Systems Corp. in Mountain View, Calif., is introducing the rugged ARIES PC/104 -Plus single - board computer for military, vehicle, industrial, and medical applications. Based on the Intel E3800 Bay Trail processor
the SBC626 rugged 6U VPX single board computer for constrained environments ..... previous generations of GE's single - board computer family for signal processing ..... tamper capability. The single board computer benefits from the 4th generation