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Troy.Smith
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re: Intel's embedded Xeon tackles avionics
Troy.Smith   10/27/2010 12:04:45 AM
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There are quite a few embedded boards utilizing Intel Xeon Processors in multiple form factors ranging from COMExpress to ATCA. Check out the Intel Embedded Alliance directory for a list: http://www.intelcommsalliance.com/kshowcase/view/

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re: Intel's embedded Xeon tackles avionics
R_Colin_Johnson   10/25/2010 4:53:46 PM
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Mercury claimed this was the world's first embedded computer to utilize Intel's Xeon processors. The biggest step that had to be made was figuring a way to solder down the Xeon, which is intended for a socket. There may be some less ruggedized applications that can use the Xeon in its socket, but still be classified as "embedded," but I couldn't find any. Do any of you guys (or gals) know of embedded applications of Intel's Xeon? (I asked Intel for a list, but got no response by press time.)

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re: Intel's embedded Xeon tackles avionics
Goffers   10/25/2010 10:42:57 AM
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"ruddegized" is a great word!



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