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.

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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