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Advanced Graphics and Security Capabilities on AMC Processor Card.
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A new AMC processor card represents a new solution for the fourth generation Intel Core processor (formerly codenamed “Haswell”) with Mobile Intel QM87 Express chipset and is designed for use in aTCA or MicroTCA systems. The PRM-130 AMC Processor Card from JumpGen Systems features the 22nm Intel Core i5-4402E processor with Intel 8 series chipsets (based on Intel’s 3D tri-gate transistor manufacturing technology) along with dual Intel 82599 10 Gigabit Ethernet network port and the Intel Ethernet Controller i350 with integrated graphics controller. It can be delivered with up to 16 Gbyte of 72-bit wide DDR3 ECC memory running at 1600 MHz and 128 Gbyte of onboard bootable SSD. The PRM-130 is compliant with PICMG AMC.0 Revision 2.0, Mid-Size or Full-Size form factor standards. Options also include dual channel XAUI, XAUI+PCIe, or single PCIe to backplane.
Merging to provide a scalable AMC solution that simplifies the development environment—accelerating time-to-market and delivering valuable cost savings—there are three notable developments in the PRM-130 AMC Processor Card: 1) Intel’s improved security instructions for Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), 2) Intel’s significant graphics and CPU performance improvements, and 3) JumpGen’s high-performance 10 Gbyte Ethernet network card design.
The PRM-130 AMC Processor Card includes Mini DisplayPort interface and Mini USB (host on the front panel). The integrated front-panel video-connect on the PRM-130 platform eliminates the need for an external controller, making it ideal for medical imaging, military automation, advertising and industrial control systems.