XMC Module with Intel® Core™i7 Processor and FPGA

Electronic Tools announces availability of the XPedite7302, a high-performance XMC module featuring the Intel® Core™i7 processor and SecureCOTS™.

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With its SecureCOTS capabilities, the XPedite7302 can provide data encryption and decryption and enables developers to address a program’s protection requirements. Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) has confirmed its ongoing commitment to bring new technology to the market first and lead the Intel Core i7 processor-based embedded computing market by delivering the first XPedite7302 with a production Intel Core i7 processor to a customer.

SecureCOTS includes functionality that X-ES’s customers can utilize to develop secure computing and anti-tamper capabilities for their customers. In addition to the SecureCOTS capabilities, the XPedite7302 features:

- Intel Core i7 processor operating at 2.00/1.06 GHz
- 8 GB DDR3-1066 ECC SDRAM in two channels
- 8 MB SPI NOR boot and 256 MB parallel NOR flash
- One x4 PCI Express link and four x1 PCI Express links
- One Gigabit Ethernet port
- Two serial ports

Configurable as either air-cooled or conduction-cooled, the XPedite7302 is designed to meet a wide range of environmental requirements. Wind River VxWorks and Linux Board Support Packages (BSPs) are available.

“While others talk, X-ES is shipping Corei7 processor solutions,” stated Bret Farnum, Vice President of sales at X-ES. “Customers need working hardware and software, and X-ES delivers.”

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