Claiming to be the first, the P60x single-board computer employs a Pentium M Processor 745, formerly known as Dothan. The board measures 4" x 4", consumes 12W of power, and can be used standalone or mounted to a single-slot carrier card, such as 3U/6U CPCI, VMEbus, ATCA, or custom board. To further reduce power consumption, the board varies the processor?s clock frequency and core voltage dynamically. Other features include 2 MB of L2 cache, 1 GB of SDRAM, two Gigabit Ethernet ports, four video outputs, four I/O expansion buses, two Ultra DMA-100 IDE ports, two Serial ATA ports, four USB 2.0 ports, two serial ports, AC ?97 Audio, 21 GPIO lines, up to 16 MB of BIOS/user flash, and a CPLD. GENERAL MICRO SYSTEMS INC., Rancho Cucamonga, CA. (909) 980-4863.
Company: GENERAL MICRO SYSTEMS INC.
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