Intel debuts more embedded mobile processors

Posted on Friday, May 25 2007 @ 06:31 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel recently rolled out some new 25W Core 2 Duo processors for the embedded market.
With previous mobile processors Core Duo (Yonah) and Pentium M (Dothan) already in the lineup, IPC (industrial PC) makers can develop more products, cut into different fields, and have more flexible price options, noted sources at IPC makers.

Advanced Mezzanine Card (AMC) is one of the major product lines that utilize Intel's below 25W embedded CPUs, noted the sources. AMCs based on AdvancedTCA (advanced telecommunications computing architecture) and MicroTCA can be used for various platforms including wireless base stations, VoIP (voice over IP), multimedia services, and blade servers for communications, security, national defense and industrial fields, added the sources.


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