3U VPX single-board computer based on PowerPC PowerQUICC III MPC8536E introduced by Interface Concept

BRIEC DE L’ODET, France, 5 July 2010. Interface Concept in Briec de l’Odet, France, is introducing IC-PQ3-VPX3a ultra-low-power 3U VPX computer boards based on the PowerPC Freescale PowerQUICC III MPC8536E microprocessor. The single-board computer is for embedded computing applications that require high-speed I/O transactions, Gigabit Ethernet interfaces for high performance network connectivity, redundant failsafe links, powerful control elements for network switches, storage subsystems, network appliances, print, and imaging devices.

Jul 5th, 2010
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BRIEC DE L’ODET, France, 5 July 2010. Interface Concept in Briec de l’Odet, France, is introducing IC-PQ3-VPX3a ultra-low-power 3U VPXcomputer boards based on the PowerPC Freescale PowerQUICC III MPC8536E microprocessor.

The single-board computer is for embedded computing applications that require high-speed I/O transactions, Gigabit Ethernet interfaces for high performance network connectivity, redundant failsafe links, powerful control elements for network switches, data storage subsystems, network appliances, print, and imaging devices.

The IC-PQ3-VPX3a CPU board has as much as 1 gigabyte DDR2- ECC 128-megabyte Flash, 4 gigabytes of NAND Flash, and as many as three Gigabit Ethernet ports. It comes in standard, extended, and rugged grades, and software support includes BSP for VxWorks and Linux operating systems. Other real-time operating systems can be ported on request.

The IC-PQ3-VPX3a for embedded systems is designed to offer the gigahertz-class complex application processing abilities and high speed connectivity in a small board footprint. Typical consumption in full-operational configuration (1 GHz) is 10 Watts.

For more information contact Interface Concept online at www.interfaceconcept.com.

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