The Kontron OM6060 lowers costs and increases the versatility of MicroTCA platform development
Multiple fabrics plus processor and IO AdvancedMC module configurations
The Kontron MicroTCA platform OM6060 is targeted as a solution for prototypes in test equipment, packet processing, and industrial applications. The chassis is 3U high, 250 mm deep, and 156 mm wide. It contains an AC power supply and fans with airflow from below the AdvancedMC slots. The OM6060 can accommodate up to six midsize AMCs, one fullsize MicroTCA Carrier Hub, and supports multiple PCIe, GbE, and SRIO configurations. Developers benefit from an increased flexibility in MicroTCA platform development, which helps them in finding an ideal solution for specific application needs in a shorter time, thus reducing development efforts, time to market and total cost of ownership.
The Kontron OM6060 supports multiple CPUs and I/Oboards over PCI Express (PCIe) without the need of an extra PCIe fabric switch, helping to reduce system costs. PCIe fabric clocks are generated on the Kontron OM6060 backplane. The compact MicroTCA platform also provides Ethernet connectivity to all AMCs. In such configurations an Ethernet switch is located on the MCH. Depending on the level of Ethernet features required, Kontron offers a lowcost unmanaged MicroTCA Carrier Hub, the Kontron AM4901, or a fully featured MCH with carrier grade switching and management features, the Kontron AM4904.
For packet processing applications, the Kontron OM6060 provides extra direct Ethernet links between AMC slot 1 and four adjacent AMC slots, which can be used by an AMC packet processor, such as the Kontron AM4204 or AM4210. 10GbE fabrics and switches are not required, which reduces system complexity and board count, leading to overall reduced costs. Alternatively, the Kontron OM6060 can be used with highspeed SRIO links in pointtopoint configurations between adjacent AMCs.
If Ethernet connectivity is not needed, costs can be reduced by using a MicroTCA Carrier Management Controller module (MCMCmodule) on the backplane. The AMC bays are fully compliant with the AMC standards and the MicroTCA standard, so any standard compliant AMC may be used. Customer specific backplanes for OEM series production are available on request.
These multiple configuration options over the backplane make the Kontron MicroTCA platform OM6060 a perfect fit for a wide range of applications.
For more information on the Kontron MicroTCA platform OM6060, please visit: http://www.kontron.com/products/systems+and+platforms/microtca+integrated+platforms/om6060.html
For more information on the Kontron MCH AM4901, please visit: http://www.kontron.com/products/boards+and+mezzanines/advancedmc/microtca+carrier+hub+mch/am4901.html
For more information on the Kontron AM4204 and AM4210, please visit: http://www.kontron.com/products/boards+and+mezzanines/advancedmc/io/am42xx.html
For more information about MicroTCA, please visit: http://www.kontron.com/microtca
For more information about AMCs, please visit: http://www.kontron.com/amc/
Kontron, the global leader of embedded computing technology, designs and manufactures embedded and communications standardsbased, rugged COTS and custom solutions for OEMs, systems integrators, and application providers in a variety of markets. Kontron engineering and manufacturing facilities, located throughout Europe, North America, and Asia-Pacific, work together with streamlined global sales and support services to help customers reduce their timetomarket and gain a competitive advantage. Kontron's diverse product portfolio includes: boards & mezzanines, Computeron-Modules, HMIs & displays, systems & platforms, and rugged & custom capabilities. Kontron is a Premier member of the Intel Embedded Alliance and has been a VDC Platinum Vendor for Embedded Computer Boards 5 years running. 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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