Mercury Computer Systems Inc. in Chelmsford, Mass., is announcing a family of single-board computers (SBCs) with two dual-core Intel Xeon processors ULV on a 6U single-slot module for symmetric multiprocessing that enables any processor to work on any task and move tasks between processors. The SBC comes in CompactPCI or VME for factors and use two dual-core Intel Xeon processors ULV. Mercury’s first available module with SMP in this product family is the Momentum Series CX6-200, a 6U CompactPCI-based SBC. VME/VXS-based versions are expected to follow later this calendar year. On each board, the two dual-core processors are connected in a symmetric multiprocessing, or SMP configuration, so that each of the four processor cores has access to 8 gigabytes of shared memory. Working together, the two dual-core Intel Xeon processors deliver more than twice the performance of two single-core Xeon processors as measured by Spec CPU2000 benchmark test results. Combined with the lower-power-per-processor core, this results in unprecedented performance per watt. For more information, contact Mercury Computer Systems online at www.mc.com.