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1.8-GHz system-on-module will run Pentium M 745
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6/24/2004   Post a comment
There's been a spate of miniature system-level microprocessor boards recently that are smaller than ever---almost bursting at the seams with ports, features, and PC-compatible hooks. A soon-to-be-released mobile processor module is a PCI bus product that can provide scalability up to 1.8-GHz using Intel Pentium M processor 745s.
Windows CE.NET bundled with Acrosser SBC
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6/22/2004   Post a comment
Combination of Windows CE.NET and AR-B1551 embedded PC provides turn-key solution for embedded applications, says Acrosser.
FPGA-based VME board will deliver TeraOPs performance
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6/16/2004   Post a comment
FPGA-oriented computer maker Nallatech has pre-released info on a high performance VME-based motherboard that will provide TeraOPs (operations-per-second) of computational power when it becomes available later this year.
Group to develop Infiniband Linux software
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6/15/2004   Post a comment
A group of eleven companies and two U.S. national laboratories is forming a consortium to define a standard Linux implementation of the Infiniband interconnect.
Embedded ATX board puts Intel P4 power into legacy systems
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6/4/2004   Post a comment
Embedded subsystem vendor WIN Enterprises is rolling out a new motherboard to serve as a drop-in replacement for legacy systems with a standard ATX footprint. The off-the-shelf but customizable board puts Pentium-4 technology into systems that require ISA and other legacy components.


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