Thales unveils cPENTXM2 ruggedized 6U CompactPCI blade server computer at Euronaval 2006

PARIS, 24 Oct. 2006. Thales Computers in Toulon, France, is introducing the cPENTXM2 ruggedized 6U CompactPCI blade server computer, which uses the 1.67 GHz dual-core Intel Xeon, combined with the Intel E7520 server class memory controller hub.

PARIS, 24 Oct. 2006. Thales Computers in Toulon, France, is introducing the cPENTXM2 ruggedized 6U CompactPCI blade server computer, which uses the 1.67 GHz dual-core Intel Xeon, combined with the Intel E7520 server class memory controller hub.

The company unveiled the cPENTXM2 embedded computer today at the Euronaval 2006 international trade fair for naval defense in Paris.

The scalable cPENTXM2 has as much as 4 gigabytes of DDR2-400 SDRAM with dual Gigabit Ethernet ports on the backplane compliant with PICMG 2.16/VITA 31 and support PICMG 2.9/VITA 38 standard intelligent platform management interface.

The cPENTXM2 also has two additional Gigabit Ethernet ports, making a total of four independent ports and two USB 2.0 ports on the font panel. A SATA port, two USB 2.0 ports and a PCI Express port are available on the back panel connector as PICMG 2.16 dual gigabit Ethernet interfaces.

The cPENTXM2 runs Red Hat Linux and is available as a stand-alone board component or pre-integrated in large systems (PowerMP6) with full data transport and management software based on standards such as MPI and HTTP.

For more information contact Thales Computers online www.thalescomputers.com.

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