3U cPCI Board features MPC8572E PowerQUICC™ III
Electronic Tools is pleased to introduce XPedite5330, a new 3U CompactPCI single-board computer based on Freescale Semiconductor’s MPC8572E PowerQUICC® III processor.
Freescale MPC8572E PowerQUICC™ III processor with dual e500 Power Architecture® cores at up to 1.5 GHz
Two separate DDR2-800 ECC SDRAM channels with up to 2 GB per channel
Up to 4 GB of NAND flash and 256 MB of redundant NOR flash
Two Gigabit Ethernet ports
Wind River VxWorks Board Support Package (BSP)
QNX Neutrino BSP
Green Hills INTEGRITY BSP
“XPedite5330 is a continuation of Extreme Engineering's (X-ES) dedication to a modular product assembly line, allowing Extreme to move from one form factor to another with virtually identical hardware and software. Freescale's advanced MPC8572E dual-core processor is a natural fit to expand our 3U CompactPCI product offerings to our customers in a low-power/high-performance form factor,” states Aaron Lindner, Engineering Manager for X-ES.
“Extreme Engineering’s third MPC8572E product development in as many months underscores the company’s expertise in deploying Freescale silicon into compelling designs,” states Glenn Beck, a marketing manager within Freescale’s Networking Systems Division. “Offering customers multiple hardware configurations plus direct RTOS support helps our joint customers get to market fast.”
XPedite5330 Data Sheet: http://www.etools.de/...
ET Electronic Tools GmbH
Electronic Tools, a leading Embedded Systems and DSP Solutions house in Germany, offers boards, systems and tools for real time applications. The product range supports all popular platforms featuring latest Multi-Processor and FPGA technologies. The main markets served by Electronic Tools are Telecommunications (wired and wireless), Radar and Sonar , Signal Intelligence, Surveillance and Direction Finding, Medical and Industrial Imaging, Test, Measurement and Digital Control.
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