Kontron embedded Box-PC MICROSPACE MPC-p2 with AMD Embedded G-Series provides superior graphics performance
New user experience and extended computing potential in a fanless design
The Kontron MICROSPACE MPC-p2 supports the latest 3D graphics libraries such as OpenGL 3.2 and DirectX 11 and offers hardware acceleration for Flash-based applications. In addition, the integrated Unified Video Decoder assists the processor when high resolution graphics (1080i/p) have to be displayed. OEMs can create graphic-oriented applications with a totally new user experience in areas such as Digital Signage, media playback, Gaming and POS/POI applications. Thanks to the extension options for GSM/UMTS and Wi-Fi, the new Box-PC is also suited for wireless networking in decentralized installations.
For applications that use the computing power of the graphics unit for data processing, the system also supports DirectCompute and OpenCL 1.1, giving OEMs the flexibility to design GPGPU applications in the low-power segment. This extended scope of computing brings a high performance per watt ratio to applications found in industrial and medical image processing.
The feature set in detail
The single-core AMD T44R processor with 1.2 GHz which is featured in the Kontron embedded Box-PC MICROSPACE MPC-p2 also integrates an AMD Radeon HD6250 graphic unit and DDR3 memory controller. With up to 4 GByte DDR3 RAM the Kontron MICROSPACE MPC-p2 provides enough resources to accelerate even the most memory-intensive applications. For data storage the Box-PC offers a 500 Gigabyte HDD or a 40 GByte SSD for applications that require high shock and vibration resistance. To enable slim installations the system can be booted via an integrated MicroSD card slot or via LAN. Analog or digital monitors with a resolution of up to 1900 x 1200 pixels can be connected via the DVI-I interface on the front. Six USB 2.0 and up to four serial interfaces (RS232/TTL) via D-SUB connectors allow for direct connection of a wide range of application-specific peripherals. To implement further application-specific I/Os, the integrated D-SUB interfaces can be wired as GPIOs and ADDA based I/Os. OEMs can adapt the system to suit specific requirements, i.e. for sensors for intrusion detection. Two Gigabit Ethernet interfaces allow for direct integration into network structures without the need for additional extension cards. Optionally, the Box-PC can be equipped with GSM/UMTS or Wi-Fi extensions, allowing systems to be connected via Wi-Fi in decentralized installations.
The new Kontron embedded Box-PC MICROSPACE MPC-p2 is now available as an off-the-shelf application-ready platform or as a customer-specific configuration including OS license. OS support is offered for Windows, Linux and VxWorks as well as further systems on request.
For more information on the Kontron embedded Box-PC MICROSPACE MPC-p2, please visit: http://www.kontron.com/products/systems+and+platforms/embedded+box+pcs/fanless+box+pc/microspace+mpcp2.html
For further information on the Kontron Embedded Box-PC please visit: http://www.kontron.com/products/systems+and+platforms/embedded+box+pcs/
Kontron is a global leader in embedded computing technology. With more than 30% of its employees in Research and Development, Kontron creates many of the standards that drive the world's embedded computing platforms. Kontron's product longevity, local engineering and support, and value-added services, helps create a sustainable and viable embedded solution for OEMs and system integrators. Kontron works closely with its customers on their embedded application-ready platforms and custom solutions, enabling them to focus on their core competencies. The result is an accelerated time-to-market, reduced total-cost-of-ownership and an improved overall application with leading-edge, highly-reliable embedded technology.
Kontron is listed on the German TecDAX stock exchange under the symbol "KBC". For more information, please visit: http://www.kontron.com/
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