Two new processor blades added to rugged CompactPCI portfolio
Subs & Systems
ADLINK Technology has released two new CompactPCI 2.0 processor blades, the cPCI-3630 and cPCI-6636.
The company’s cPCI-3630 is a 3U CompactPCI processor blade featuring the 64-bit Intel Atom Processor X Series SoC and up to 8GB soldered DDR3L-1600 MHz ECC memory. The Intel Atom Processor X Series combines the low-power 9th generation graphics engine and offers excellent graphics, media and display support. Provided in single-slot (4HP) or dual-slot (8HP) width form factors, the cPCI-3630 uses different daughter boards to offer a broad range of I/O functionality. One of the dual-slot alternatives supports an XMC site on layer 2. Storage options include an onboard 32GB SSD, CFast or mSATA socket and 2.5" SATA drive space on the layer 2 riser card.
“ADLINK is an executive member of the PICMG (PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group) consortium, which initially introduced CompactPCI in 1999. By participating in PICMG, we are able to contribute expertise that guides future CompactPCI development and helps us position the architecture as a top choice in extreme rugged environments. ADLINK envisions CompactPCI as a viable technology for another decade or longer,” said Eric Kao, General Manager of Networking, Communication & Public Sector Business Unit (NCP) at ADLINK. “The launch of the cPCI-3630 and cPCI-6636 is another testament to our commitment to building an even more comprehensive and cost-effective CompactPCI portfolio, enabling customers to effectively mitigate budget constraint, smoothly and seamlessly take on technology migration and product integration, and deliver the industry desired supply longevity.”