ROCHESTER, N.Y., Feb. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Performance Technologies (Nasdaq: PTIX), a leading developer of communication platforms and systems, today announced an update to its AMC121 AdvancedMC(TM) single board computer that utilizes an Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Duo processor.
ROCHESTER, N.Y., Feb. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Performance Technologies (Nasdaq: PTIX), a leading developer of communication platforms and systems, today announced an update to its AMC121 AdvancedMC(TM) single board computer that utilizes an Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Duo processor.
The upgraded module features a substantial increase in memory capacity — up to four gigabytes (4 GB) of 64-bit PC3200 DDR2 memory, as well as support for faster, user-replaceable, flash memory devices. The flash memory compatibility includes support for both standard MiniSD(TM) and high-capacity MiniSDHC modules and can be swapped out depending upon user requirements. This socketed option provides enhanced, user flexibility to meet design requirements as opposed to permanently affixed flash memory devices that could limit module performance.
"We are driven to ensure that our customers can quickly take advantage of the latest technologies and product options available on the market today," said Tony Romero, senior product manager for Performance Technologies. "Increasing the memory and improving the user-replaceable flash sites on our modules are just a few examples of how we continuously seek new ways to empower developers with additional features for their system designs."
Key features of the updated AMC121 include: Processor — Intel Core 2 dual-core architecture — Independent L1 cache structures per core — Shared L2 cache (4MB) — 64-bit processor — Compatible with existing 32-bit code base — Enhanced Intel SpeedStep(R) technology for more efficient power management Memory — Low latency, high bandwidth — 64-bit DDR2 PC2-3200 — 200-pin SO-RDIMM — Supports up to 4 GB DRAM — ECC checking with double-bit detect and single-bit correct Storage — Onboard MiniSD card site with program and operating system storage space enables the module to boot without an external connection AdvancedMC Connector Ports — Port 0: 1 Gb/2.5 Gb Ethernet Channel 1 (AMC.2) — Port 1: 1 Gb/2.5 Gb Ethernet Channel 2 (AMC.2) — Port 2: SATA 1 (AMC.3) — Port 3: SATA 2 (AMC.3) — Ports 4-11: x8 PCI Express Lanes (AMC.1) — x1, x4, or x8
Full product specifications for the AMC121 and product photo can be found at www.pt.com/amc121.
Electronic system architects and design engineers needing advanced, compute-intensive embedded solutions can meet with Performance Technologies representatives at several upcoming events including West 2008 in San Diego, CA (February 5-7, 2008, booth 2419), Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum in San Diego, CA (March 11-12, 2008, booth 515), and Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley in San Jose, CA (April 15-17, 2008, booth 1445).
About Performance Technologies (www.pt.com)
Performance Technologies (Nasdaq: PTIX) is a global supplier of integrated IP-based platforms and solutions for advanced communications networks and innovative computer system architectures. Our Embedded Systems Group offers robust application-ready platforms that incorporate open-standards based software and hardware, providing significantly accelerated end product deployment benefits for equipment manufacturers. Our Signaling Systems Group offers the SEGway(TM) product suite, which includes IP STPs, SS7 over IP transport solutions, and signaling gateways that enable lower operating costs through utilization of IP networks, thereby creating competitive advantages for carriers in existing and emerging markets.
Performance Technologies is headquartered in Rochester, New York. Additional engineering facilities are located in San Diego and San Luis Obispo, California, and Kanata, Ontario, Canada.
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