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WIN Enterprises announces support for the 45nm Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® processors L5410 and L5408 with extended lifecycle support on its MB-60630, dual-socketed PICMG 1.3 form factor Single Board Computer (SBC). The SBC enables OEMs to offer small, server-class appliances with the high performance of eight processing cores. Applications include intense computing applications, such as military and medical imaging, scientific analysis, digital media, and oil/gas exploration.
The new line of Intel Xeon processors feature 45nm process technology. In addition to offering greater processing power on a smaller footprint, the inherent efficiency of this nanotechnology requires less power to deliver greater performance than previous generations of processors. It has the further advantage of doing this with less heat generation. This means that OEM customers can better meet today's end-user market concerns for ever greater performance, smaller size, less power consumption and simplified cooling. The Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® processors L5410 and L5408 enable OEMs to have long-life solutions to their processing needs.
With a processing clock speed of 2.13GHz, the Intel L5408 has a power envelope of just 40W. It features 12MB of onboard L2 cache saving data fetching steps from the North Bridge to enable ultra-high throughput in intense applications. The Intel L5410 processor supports a core frequency of 2.33GHz at 50W.
"WIN is excited to be making 45nm Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® processor technology available to its embedded OEM customers," said Chiman Patel, CEO/CTO of WIN Enterprises. "This should prove a significant advancement for any OEM with intense computing solutions that are restricted to PC-size appliances."
"WIN Enterprises has been an early adopter of multi-core processors from Intel," said Joe Jensen, general manager, Embedded Computing Division, Intel. "The new SBC from Win Enterprises will help enable embedded developers bring high performance and energy efficient applications to market."
The MB-60630 is a feature-rich embedded solution that supports Linux and MS Windows.
* Twin-socketed PICMG 1.3 SBC supports 45nm Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® processors L5410 and L5408 with extended lifecycle support
* Intel® 6321ESB I/O Controller Hub for feature-rich support
* LSI1068E SAS RAID controller, 8 ports at 3Gbs
* Up to 48GB DDR2-667/533 FB-DIMM memory capacity
* Semi-custom pinout supports PCI-X & 20 lanes PCI Express
* Supports 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems
* Independent 1066/1333Hz system bus for each processor
* Optional: Integrated ATI X300 64MB graphics (DVI and 2-channel LVDS)
* Six SATA2 slots for up to 3Gb/s throughput
Pricing and Availability
The MB-60630 is available now. OEM pricing ranges from $1500 to $2000 for the SBC without processors.
For additional information visit the MB-60630 product web page at www.win-enterprises.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view &id=100&Itemid=106. (Due to the length of this URL, it may be necessary to copy and paste it into your Internet browser's URL address field. You may also need to remove an extra space in the URL if one exists.)
About WIN Enterprises
WIN Enterprises is a product development company that designs and manufactures x86-based embedded solutions. Its Single Board Computers (SBCs) and appliances are customized and brought to market as purpose-built solutions for OEM customers. Facilities in the United States, Taiwan, China, Japan, and India enable fast, cost-effective design, manufacturing, and product fulfillment for corporations around the world.
WIN Enterprises is an affiliate member in the Intel® Embedded and Communications Alliance, a community of communications and embedded developers and solution providers.
Intel and Xeon are trademarks of Intel in the US and other countries.
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