New M37N M-Module From MEN Micro Inc. Offers Advanced Analog Output Functionality
MEN Micro Inc., a world-renown provider of embedded computing and I/O solutions for demanding industrial, mobile and harsh environment applications, has released a new M-Module featuring four grounded voltage or current channels that provide exceptional analog output functionality.
New Server Blade From MEN Micro Inc. Features An Intel Dual Core Xeon Processor For High Computing Performance In Industrial Applications
FPGA for configuration of application-specific I/O functions like additional serial interfaces, graphics, fieldbus interfaces and digital I/O
MEN Micro forms strategic alliance with ACT/Technico -- ACT/Technico named primary distributor for North America
MEN Micro, Inc., (www.menmicro.com), a leading supplier of industrial real-time and embedded computer products, has formed a strategic alliance with ACT/Technico of Warminster, PA, making that firm the primary distributor for MEN Micro's products in the U.S. ACT/Technico is a supplier and integrator of real-time and embedded systems.
New Pentium M cPCI blade server brings speed and versatility to rugged communications applications
The new D6 single board computer (SBC) from MEN Micro (www.menmicro.com) featuring a Pentium M or Celeron M processor and 24 PCI Express (PCIe) lanes is well suited to communication and control applications in rugged environmental conditions. With CPU frequencies up to two GHz, the 6U D6 is a 64-bit/66-MHz CompactPCI (cPCI) System Controller board.
cPCI Pentium M SBC capitalizes on PCI Express
The new F14 CompactPCI (cPCI) single board computer (SBC) from MEN Micro (www.menmicro.com) features a two-GHz Intel® Pentium M processor and is able to stand up to harsh environmental conditions in applications such as industrial automation, medical systems and transportation applications including trains, buses, airliners, ships and commercial vehicles.
MEN, SYSGO team up to offer Linux on EM1 Embedded System Module
MEN Micro and SYSGO AG have teamed up to offer SYSGO's embedded Linux OS integrated onto MEN Micro's EM1 embedded system module.