CompactPCI, CompactPCI PlusIO, CompactPCI Serial, Mezzanine Cards, PXI
Curtiss-Wright Introduces Its First Rugged XMC Single Board Computer
New XMC-109 SBC Features 1.2 GHz Freescale Dual-Core QorIQ(tm) P2020 Processor
Agilent Technologies Introduces Fastest, Highest-Performance PXIe Controller for Complex, Secure Applications
12 GB/s Data Bandwidth Ideal for Demanding CPU Computational Measurements
Conduant Provides 1-Slot (4HP) Storage Resources to PXIe-based Systems
With capacities of up to 2TB (two terabytes) in a single slot unit, the DM-125-3U provides abundant storage capacity for test and measurement applications with a very small footprint.
Making embedded industry impact: CompactPCI continues to evolve
High-speed vision systems provide a prime example of advancements possible with CompactPCI Serial.
PICMG then and now - A story of responding to customer needs
For the past 20 years, the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) has been developing standards that enable industrial computing customers to deploy the latest technology while taking advantage of time-to-market and hardware cross-compatibility inherent in open standards. This article explores the early days of PICMG and how the organization continues to evolve to meet the needs of industrial customers deploying technology in a wide range of applications.
Fastwel: New Rugged 3U CompactPCI Serial board based on Intel Core i7 CPU - CPC510
5 Key innovations implemented in rugged CPC510 SBC:
A LinkedHope(tm) new product, 6U CompactPCI processor board with Intel(r) 2nd Gen Core(tm) i7
Today, LinkeHope(tm) announces its new CompactPCI processor board named CP62101, a China Local-design, Local-manufacturing product. It's a modular design, based on COMexpress(r) technology, up to 4-core i7 processor from Intel(r) Sandy Bridge family. CP62101 is designed to meet harsh environment applications like rural communication, military, medical and outdoor video processing.
CompactPCI Express Revision 2 released by PICMG, provides 4x bandwidth increase
WAKEFIELD, MA. The PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) has announced Revision 2 of the CompactPCI Express specification. The revision adds a 5 Gbps transfer rate and 8 Gbps transfer rate PCI Express operation, providing a 4x increase in bandwidth while preserving complete backwards compatibility with preceding CompactPCI Express and CompactPCI products.
CompactPCI Express-based airborne radar system to be developed for DLR
LINKÖPING, SWEDEN. SP Devices and the German Aerospace Center (DLR), have announced plans to develop an advanced airborne radar system based on high-speed CompactPCI Express digitizers. The 12-channel Data Acquisition (DAQ) system will include real-time data recording.
PICMG continues to upgrade CompactPCI family of specifications
CompactPCI, first adopted as an open industry standard in 1995, is a very popular standard for a implementing a wide range of communications, industrial automation, instrumentation, and military and aerospace applications. It uses the proven Eurocard 3U and 6U mechanical standards and can be convection or conduction cooled. CompactPCI Express, first introduced in 2005, added PCI Express signaling capability across the backplane while maintaining backwards compatibility with earlier versions of CompactPCI. CompactPCI Express is popular in the same applications as original CompactPCI, and provides higher performance with little or no increase in cost.
CompactPCI continues in the cosmos - Interview with Vic Scuderi, BAE Systems
Vic Scuderi of BAE Systems explains why CompactPCI is such a stellar space technology.
CompactPCI flag still waves high in military/aerospace applications
Technology platforms have recently gone through another iteration of upgrades and enhancements to keep them viable for the long term in military and aerospace applications. Tried-and-true parallel bus architectures have been revamped to accommodate application demands in the rugged, harsh worlds of military and space, with CompactPCI (CPCI) remaining the platform of choice for many defense and aerospace applications.