Single-board computer

  • 11-Jun-2011 02:27 EDT

With the Kontron PCI/104-Express single-board computer (SBC) Microspace MSM-LP, the company expands its PC/104 portfolio with an energy-efficient platform for demanding environmental conditions. Based on the energy-efficient single- and dual-core Intel Atom processors, the new SBC offers a range of interfaces and high-performance expansion options for applications. Offering OEMs simplified integration in I/O-intensive applications, the platform’s performance makes it a suitable substitute for previous Intel Pentium M designs. It is available with the single-core Intel Atom D425 or dual-core Intel Atom D525 processors. A version for the extended temperature range of -40 to +85°C (-40 to +185°F) is also available.

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