Product Releases

PrPMC-XMC module targets Intel Core2 Duo processor

Thu, 11/19/2009 - 9:36am


Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) is pleased to introduce XPedite7101, a conduction- or air-cooled PrPMC / XMC module targeting the Intel® Core™2 Duo processor running at up to 1.8 GHz.  This card comes with PCI Express or PCI interconnect and a Gigabit Ethernet port with integrated magnetics.  XPedite7101 is ideal for high-bandwidth data-processing applications and features:

  • Up to 2 GB of DDR2-400 SDRAM
  • Up to 4 GB of NAND flash
  • P14 I/O includes:
    • Two USB ports
    • Two SATA ports
    • RS-232/422 serial port
    • Eight GPIO signals
    • Gigabit Ethernet
  • P16 I/O features:
    • Two USB ports
    • Two SATA ports
    • One RS-485 port or two RS-232/RS-422 ports
    • Four GPIO signals
    • Gigabit Ethernet
  • In-house X-ES operating system support:
    • Green Hills INTEGRITY™ Board Support Package (BSP)
    • Wind River VxWorks™ BSPQNX Neutrino™ BSP
  • Linux LSP
  • Windows drivers

 “Intel's Core2 Duo processor expands the X-ES product line of PrPMC/XMC modules, available in ruggedized air-cooled and conduction-cooled versions, is ideal for both commercial and military applications, " says Bret Farnum, Vice President of Sales.

Pricing and Availability.  XPedite7101 is shipping in commercial (0 to +55C), industrial and military (-40 to +85C) configurations.  Pricing starts at $5,410 and may vary based on processor speed, memory configuration and ruggedization level.  Volume discounts are available.

About Extreme Engineering Solutions, Inc. Extreme Engineering Solutions, Inc. (X-ES) designs and builds chassis, single-board computers, I/O, power, backplane, and system-level products within the embedded computer industry. X-ES offers cutting-edge performance and flexibility in design plus an unparalleled level of customer support and service. For further information on X-ES products or services, please visit our website: or call (608) 833-1155.



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