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PowerPC PrXMC Card Uses Freescale MPC8536E
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An ultra-low-power Processor XMC module is based on the Freescale PowerQUICC III MPC8536E processor. The IC-PQ3-XMCa from Interface Concept is designed to offer both the Gigahertz-class complex application processing abilities and high-speed connectivity in a small board footprint. Typical consumption in full-operational configuration (1 GHz) is 10W. The IC-PQ3-XMCa is suited for a large range of embedded applications such as compute-intensive solutions requiring high-speed I/O transactions, Gigabit Ethernet interfaces for high-performance network connectivity or redundant failsafe links, powerful control element for network switches, storage subsystems, network appliances, print and imaging devices, etc.
Other features include up to 1 Gbyte DDR2- ECC, 128 Mbyte flash, 4 Gbytes of NAND flash and up to three Gigabit Ethernet ports. The IC-PQ3-XMCa is available in standard, extended and rugged grades. Interface Concept provides BSP for VxWorks and Linux operating systems. Other RTOSs can be ported on request.
Interface Concept, Briec de l’ Odet, France. +33 (0)298 577 176. [www.interfaceconcept.com].