ADLINK Modules/Systems Leverage Atom, Celeron Technology

ADLINK Modules/Systems Leverage Atom, Celeron Technology

Through integration of Intel’s Atom and Celeron processors, ADLINK looks to boost performance per watt, increase integration of low- and high-speed I/Os, and add an advanced graphics engine and virtualization support to array of new products. These include low- and ultra-low-power computer-on-modules (COMs) supporting COM Express (the cExpress-BT2, cExpress-BT, and nanoX-BT), Smart Mobility Architecture or SMARC (the LEC-BT), and Qseven (the Q7-BT) form factors; and two fanless solutions in a 3U CompactPCI (CPCI) blade (the cPCI-3620) and a rugged I/O platform (Matrix MXC-2300 series). Other new products are an industrial smart-touch computer (“STC” series); a PC/104-Plus single-board computer (the CM2-BT2); and a mini-ITX industrial motherboard (the IMB-T11). All will run on a single-, dual-, or quad-core Atom E3800 series or Celeron N2920/J1900 processor. Clock rates range from 1.33 to 2.2 GHz, and power envelops range from 5 to 10 W.


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