New Computers-On-Modules Based On Intel Processors

At the recently staged SPS/IPC/Drives event in Nuremberg, Germany, Kontron unveiled the ETX-PM3, the new generation of Intel Pentium M and Celeron M processor-based computer-on-modules. The ETX-PM3 becomes the fourth member of the company’s ETX 3.0 generation of computer-on-modules. The Kontron ETX-PM3 combines fast SerialATA hard-drive access and extended sleep state modes with the Intel Pentium M and Celeron M processors. The low-power Intel Celeron M processors deliver from 600MHz to 1.0GHz performance, and the Pentium M processors from 1.4 to 1.8GHz. Mobile applications in particular will benefit from the ETX-PM3 module’s new power-saving feature: The “suspend to RAM” functions ensure that power is supplied only to the RAM when all other system components are idle. Also at Nuremberg, the company launched its PCI-760 PICMG 1.3 System Host Board (SHB), which features the latest Intel Q35 GMCH embedded chipset and LGA-775 socket-based Intel processors. The PCI-760 comes with multicore Intel Core 2 Duo processors up to 3.0GHz (E6850). It offers good server performance combined with advanced remote management features based on Intel’s AMT 3.0 technology.

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