ADLINK introduces computer on module based on Intel Atom processor

ADLINK Technology Inc. in Irvine, Calif., is introducing the Express-MLC computer-on-module (COM) Express design based on the Intel Atom processor Z500 series with the Intel System Controller Hub (SC) US15W.

Jul 1st, 2008

ADLINK Technology Inc. in Irvine, Calif., is introducing the Express-MLC computer-on-module (COM) Express design based on the Intel Atom processor Z500 series with the Intel System Controller Hub (SC) US15W. The 95-by-95-millimeter device is an integrated off-the-shelf building block based on PCI Express bus architecture that plugs into custom-made, application-specific carrier boards. Express-MLC allows for designs in mobile and light computing, including: portable and mobile equipment for the automotive and test-and-measurement industries; visual communication in the medical field, such as home care and video conferencing; entry-level public gaming devices; and public points of communications. The Intel Atom processor shares the same architecture as the Intel Core 2 Duo processors and additionally supports hyper-threading technology, a feature earlier introduced with the Intel Pentium 4 processor, allowing more than one code thread to be executed simultaneously on one core processor. For more information, visit ADLINK online at www.adlinktech.com.

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