Radstone unveils Flash memory adapter PMC

Designers at Radstone Technology in Towcester, England, are announcing a compact Flash memory adapter in PCI mezzanine card (PMC) format called the PMCF2. The new cards come in five ruggedization levels for military and high-reliability industrial applications that need rugged, solid-state, non-volatile memory storage such as data logging, secure mission data, or application storage. It has eight megabytes of compact Flash memory, and uses one single-width PMC slot. For rugged air- and conductio

Feb 1st, 2000

Designers at Radstone Technology in Towcester, England, are announcing a compact Flash memory adapter in PCI mezzanine card (PMC) format called the PMCF2. The new cards come in five ruggedization levels for military and high-reliability industrial applications that need rugged, solid-state, non-volatile memory storage such as data logging, secure mission data, or application storage. It has eight megabytes of compact Flash memory, and uses one single-width PMC slot. For rugged air- and conduction-cooled units the compact Flash device is fastened in place by a removable retaining clip. For more information, contact Radstone by phone at 011-44-1327-359444, by fax at 011-44-1327-359662, by post at Water Lane, Towcester, Northants NN12 6JN, England, by e-mail at

sales@radstone.co. uk, or on the World Wide Web at http:// www.radstone.co.uk/. — J.K.

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