ADLINK’s new offerings include low power and ultra low power computer-on-modules (COMs) supporting COM Express®, Smart Mobility Architecture (SMARC), and Qseven form factors; two fanless solutions in a 3U CompactPCI® (CPCI) blade and a rugged I/O platform; an industrial smart touch computer; a PC/104-Plus single board computer (SBC); and a mini-ITX industrial motherboard. The new products run on a single, dual- or quad-core Intel® AtomTM E3800 series or Intel® Celeron® N2920/J1900 processor, with clock rates ranging from 1.33GHz to 2.2GHz and power envelops from 5 to 10 watts.
“Utilizing Intel’s core computing strengths, their recent innovations in graphics capabilities, and the power efficiency that comes with the SoC design of the latest Intel® Atom™ and Celeron® processors,
“Our latest Intel® Atom™ and Celeron® platforms provide a compelling power/performance ratio,” said
ADLINK’s COM Express computer-on-module (COM) offerings include the cExpress-BT2, cExpress-BT, and nanoX-BT—PICMG COM.0 Rev.2.1 Type 2, Type 6 and Type 10 form factors, respectively—with I/O features typical of x86 architecture: up to 3 PCIe, 2 SATA, and 8 USB ports are provided for scalability in application system layouts. To ensure reliability and stability, all of the modules are verified with international standards for shock and vibration and have an extreme rugged operating temperature range of -40C to +85C.
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