AdvancedTCA* (ATCA) designs based on Intel® Xeon®
processors can help developers meet the many new requirements of LTE.
These standards-based solutions speed time to market and provide the
performance needed for security and deep packet inspection.
By Ian Stalker, Product Manager, Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing
digital signal processing (DSP) applications require high performance,
good power efficiency, and a reliable product roadmap. Intel®
architecture processors are a good match for these needs, giving
developers a compelling new option.
multi-core packet processing software can maximize performance while
also minimizing power and cost. By combining such a solution with
Intel® Xeon® processors, designers also gain scalability, roadmap
reliability, and software ecosystem advantages.
speed options up to 2.53GHz, with up to 8GB DRAM and a wide range of I/O
interfaces. Available in commercial and rugged variants. Similar
products available for CompactPCI, VPX and PrXMC architectures.
Intel® EG20T I/O Controller Hub, Intel® Atom™ Processor E620T clocked at
600MHz and E660/E660T at 1.3GHz, DVI and LVDS (24-bit single channel),
HD audio, PCIe GbE, Watchdog timer, 4x USB 2.0, 4x COM, 2x SATA II, CF
socket and a Mini PCIe slot.
featuring 1.8 GHz dual-core Intel® Atom™ Processor D525. It provides
PCI-104 and PCIe Mini Card slots for expansion and supports 800 MHz DDR3
SDRAM SO-DIMM. NANO-PV-D5252 includes a 24-bit dual LVDS connector for
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