Embedded computers

  • 08-Mar-2011 11:46 EST

GE Intelligent Platforms’ SCR14 6U Compact PCI and XVR14 6U VME platforms are based on second-generation Intel Core i7 Sandy Bridge processors. The rugged, single-board computers feature either dual- or quad-core Intel Core i7 processors operating at up to 2.5 GHz, with a choice of four performance/watt options, and up to 16 GBytes of soldered DDR3 (double-data-rate 3) SDRAM (synchronous dynamic random access memory) with ECC (error-correcting code). When combined with a sophisticated graphics capability and Advanced Vector Extensions technology, these features make the boards suited for telecommunications as well as defense and aerospace applications beyond command and control such as signal processing in intelligence/surveillance/reconnaissance and radar/sonar.

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