Intel-based computer boards with HD DisplayPort introduced by Kontron for aerospace and defense

ECHING, Germany, 1 Dec., 2009. Kontron in Eching, Germany, is introducing CP308 3U CompactPCI multicore computer boards with CP308-MEDIA extension cards, which have the HD digital display interface standard DisplayPort for applications such as aerospace, military, surveillance, and security applications.

Dec 1st, 2009

Posted by John Keller

ECHING, Germany, 1 Dec., 2009. Kontron in Eching, Germany, is introducing CP308 3U CompactPCI multicore computer boards with CP308-MEDIA extension cards, which have the HD digital display interface standard DisplayPort for applications such as aerospace, military, surveillance, and security applications.

With S/P-DIF-out audio and the stereo audio ports for line in, line out and microphone, the computer board with the Kontron CP308-MEDIA adds multimedia capabilities to embedded computing.

The Kontron CP308 single-board computer has the high Intel Core 2 Duo processor as fast as 2.26 GHz, the Intel GS45 graphics and memory controller hub, as much as eight gigabytes of DDR3 RAM, and the Intel I/O controller hub ICH9M.

The Kontron CP308-MEDIA has two DisplayPort interfaces on the front for direct-drive, end-to-end communication between the board and different panels. With conventional adapters, DisplayPort also connects to HDMI, DVI, or VGA monitors.

The optical S/P-DIF-Out transmits digital Intel HD audio. analog audio signals are transmitted via the stereo audio ports for line in, line out and microphone. Onboard the Kontron CP308-MEDIA has connectors for COM, SATA, a SD/SDHC socket, a CompactFlash socket and a Mini PCI Express socket.

For more information contact Kontron online at www.kontron.com.

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