PEP unveils industrial-grade 3U VME processor

Leaders of PEP Modular Computers Inc. in Pittsburgh are introducing an industrial-grade PowerPC-based 3U single-board computer called the MPC8240. The board, built on the PowerPC 603e core, is available in two temperature operating ranges — zero to 70 degrees Celsius, or -40 to 85 C. PEP officials offer the board either with 200 MHz or 250 MHz processors, as much as 128 megabytes of SDRAM, as much as 8 megabytes direct soldered Flash memory, and an option either for 512 kilobytes NVRAM, or

Jan 1st, 2000

Leaders of PEP Modular Computers Inc. in Pittsburgh are introducing an industrial-grade PowerPC-based 3U single-board computer called the MPC8240. The board, built on the PowerPC 603e core, is available in two temperature operating ranges — zero to 70 degrees Celsius, or -40 to 85 C. PEP officials offer the board either with 200 MHz or 250 MHz processors, as much as 128 megabytes of SDRAM, as much as 8 megabytes direct soldered Flash memory, and an option either for 512 kilobytes NVRAM, or 144 megabytes disk on chip. For more information, contact PEP`s Sherry Schroeffel by phone at 412-921-3322, by fax at 412-921-3356, by post at 750 Holiday Drive, Building 9, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15220-2783, or on the World Wide Web at http://www. pep.com/. — J.K.

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