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ADLINK Modules/Systems Leverage Atom, Celeron Technology

Oct. 10, 2013
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.

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.

ADLINK TECHNOLOGY INC.

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