Single-Board Computers Support High Bandwidth While Freeing Slots

March 20, 2000
The Pentium III Flip Chip Pin Grid Array (FC-PGA) processors use 256k level 2 advanced transfer cache technology to support higher data-bandwidth requirements while freeing up slots on the system backplane. These onboard Intel video and Ethernet...

The Pentium III Flip Chip Pin Grid Array (FC-PGA) processors use 256k level 2 advanced transfer cache technology to support higher data-bandwidth requirements while freeing up slots on the system backplane. These onboard Intel video and Ethernet interfaces, supported by Intel's Applied Computing Products Division, maximize long life-cycle requirements. Also, the processors feature Intel's 10/100Base-T 82559 Ethernet interface, providing fast and reliable connectivity. Intel's 69000 SVGA, an advanced graphics port interface that boasts 2 Mbytes of display memory for full-screen full-motion video, is included. Also, these single-board computers contain dual PCI EIDE, a floppy interface, two serial ports, a parallel port, a PS/2 mouse port, and a system hardware monitor. All models are in full compliance with the PCI Local Bus 2.1 and PICMG 2.0 specifications. Available now, prices for seven performance models up to 800 MHz start at $2003. Volume and OEM purchase programs are available.

Trenton Technology Inc., 2350 Centennial Dr., Gainesville, GA 30504; (800) 875-6031; (770) 287-3100; fax (770) 287-3150; www.TrentonProcessors.com.

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