Said to be the first PICMG 2.16-compliant single-board computer based on Micron Technology's Copperhead chipset, the IBC 2802 is a 6U cPCI peripheral master and server blade powered by a Tualatin Pentium III processor operating at up to 1 GHz. The SBC supports up to 2 GB of DDR SDRAM, 256 MB or more of flash, and either a 1 GB IBM Microdrive or a 5 GB IDE drive located on-board or externally using rear I/O transition modules. Other features include one 1000 Base-T and dual 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet interfaces, a 32-bit PMC site with rear I/O, and an AGP video interface. Standard I/O support is also provided. Quantity pricing of a typical configuration with 512 MB of RAM is $2,305 each. I-BUS PHOENIX, San Diego, CA. (888) 307-7892.