ESC 2005: Kontron’s newest 'computer-on-module'
At Embedded Systems Conference (ESC)-San Francisco (March 8-10, 2005), Kontron will exhibit its newest RISC processor based E²Brain computer-on-module (CoM), among other products.
Robust thermal and mechanical design of E
At Embedded Systems Conference (ESC)-San Francisco (March 8-10, 2005), Kontron will exhibit its newest RISC processor based Eres for various embedded computer architectures in a 75 x 115-mm format. EB405 fits into the type of processor core characterized by high computing power and wide I/O range.
The module comes with two Fast Ethernet ports and two (or four) serial ports, each functioning as a receive/transmit terminal or UART interface. If expansion of interfaces is needed, 33/66 PCI bus, LPC I/O bus, and I
Software support for EB405 comes from a networkable, operating-system independent boot loader. A board support package for Linux and Wind River’s VxWorks is also available. Another E ESC Booth 2225 .
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