ADLINK announces Intel-based modules and motherboards

June 3, 2015

Today ADLINK announced several new products using the latest Intel Pentium, Celeron, and Core processors in conjunction with Intel’s Braswell and Broadwell-H launch at Computex in Taipei.

The new ADLINK products include

  • the cExpress-BW COM Express Basic Size Type 6 module and AmITX-BW-I Mini-ITX motherboard based on the latest Intel Pentium and Celeron N3000 processors (codenamed Braswell), and
  • the Express-BL COM Express Basic Size Type 6 module and cPCI-A3515 Series 3U CompactPCI Serial-compatible processor blade, both based on 5th generation Intel Core processors i7-5850EQ and i7-5700EQ (H-processor line).

“The ADLINK cExpress-BW offers rich graphics support and power consumption control with 4k/2k display panel support, and the AmITX-BW-I offers a unique low profile design,” said Henk van Bremen, director of ADLINK’s Module Computing Product Segment. “With both solutions, end customers will experience lower power consumption with better overall performance, compared to previous generations.”

“Our latest Intel Celeron and Intel Pentium processors drive new compact, mobile, and often fanless Internet of Things (IoT) designs, while reducing BOM costs,” said Jonathan J Luse, Intel senior product line director. “The latest generations optimize components and board space with a single cooling solution, support multiple operating systems, and offer a low thermal envelope.”

“The ADLINK Express-BL offers a seamless upgrade from our Express-HL to extend current platform designs, lower development costs, and reduce time to market,” said Matthias Huber, VP, global marketing for ADLINK. “With both this latest computer-on-module and the cPCI-A3515 processor blade, end customers can easily upgrade their equipment with minimized investment and get the most out of their existing infrastructure with excellent CPU performance, high-quality manageability, extended life cycle and maximized ROI.”

“The new 5th generation Intel Core processors (H-processor line) built using Intel’s latest 14-nm process technology are designed to deliver stunning graphics and powerful quad-core CPU performance, supporting the next generation of Internet of Things solutions,” said Samuel Cravatta, Intel IOTG product line director.

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