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VME single board computer integrates 2GHz processor

05 Nov 2015

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Artesyn Embedded Technologies has unleashed what it says is a high performance VME single board computer. The MVME8105 promises to offer remarkable computing performance, data throughput and long life cycle support for various high end industrial control, C4ISR and mission critical applications.


The VME boards are used in applications such as semiconductor processing equipment (SPE), photo lithography, radar, sonar and train control, which often require backwards compatible technology insertions over a long time in deployment and use. The company has recently made a commitment to continue supply of many of its existing VME boards to 2025 and beyond while continuing to grow its portfolio of VME products to give customers choice, flexibility and reassurance in this trusted technology.

Featuring the Freescale QorIQ P5020 2GHz processor, the MVME8105 provides 4GB soldered DDR3-1333MHz ECC memory, 512K MRAM non-volatile memory and 8GB eMMC NAND Flash. It offers multiple USB, Serial and Ethernet ports and supports a range of operating systems including Wind River VxWorks, Linux and Green Hills Integrity.


The MVME8105 features the Freescale QorIQ P5020 2GHz processor.

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