Single-board computer

  • 30-Mar-2011 02:20 EDT
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The G20 single-board computer from MEN Micro is based on the PICMG CPCI-S.0 CompactPCI Serial specification. The device uses the 64-bit Intel Core i7 with a base processing speed of 2.53 GHZ that supports Intel Turbo Boost Hyperthreading technology to provide a maximum speed of 3.20 GHz. The device’s fast serial data transfers assist in monitoring, vision, and control systems as well as test and measurement applications. A CPU-independent microprocessor based on Intel Advanced Management Technology allows remote access via an integrated ethernet controller, even when the computer is in soft-off or standby state.

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