A 6U CompactPCI SBC Uses Core2 Duo

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A 6U CompactPCI SBC Uses Core2 Duo 

Using a ruggedized, conduction- or air-cooled design, making it suitable for today’s rugged embedded computing applications, a new 6U cPCI single-board computer from Extreme Engineering Solutions sports an Intel Core 2 Duo processor. The XCalibur4101 is a ruggedized, high-performance solution designed to support the next generation of rugged embedded applications and features. Along with the Core 2 Duo, it offers up to 4 Gbytes of DDR2 ECC SDRAM, 2 Mbyte firmware hub flash (or 1 Mbyte with redundancy) and up to 64 Gbytes of solid-state storage.

In addition, there are front and dual rear-panel Gigabit Ethernet ports, front and rear dual-head digital video and two PrPMC/XMC interfaces. The XCalibur4101 offers hot swap support and complies with PICMG 2.0, 2.1, 2.3, 2.9, 2.16. In-house X-ES operating system support includes board support packages (BSPs) for Green Hills Integrity, Wind River VxWorks, QNX Neutrino and Linux. The company offers guaranteed 4-hour technical response to all hardware and software questions. Pricing starts at $8,530 and may vary based on processor speed, memory configuration and ruggedization level. Volume discounts are available.

Extreme Engineering Solutions
Middleton, WI.
(608) 833-1155.