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Acromag’s new VPX boards route power and bus signals to a plug-in XMC or PMC mezzanine module with an 8-lane PCIe interface to enable a wide variety of I/O processing and FPGA computing options.
Acromag's new XCOM-6400 is a ruggedized COM Express module offering high-performance, low-power multi-core processors and a unique SODIMM hold-down that allows users to upgrade memory
Acromag's new ACEX-4600 COM Express carrier cards greatly reduce system design time by providing a rugged host for Type 6 CPU and PMC/XMC modules that is ready for use in extreme conditions.
Acromag expands their line of USB-configured transmitters with a model that provides a process current output proportional to the frequency of a pulse or waveform input signal WIXOM,
Acromag's two new mezzanine modules provide a multi-channel 10GbE interface with an ASIC-based TCP offload engine (TOE) via SFP+ fiber/copper or XAUI ports for high-speed embedded computing applications.
Acromag’s new XCOM-6400 is a ruggedized COM Express module offering high-performance, low-power multi-core processors and a unique SODIMM hold-down that allows users to upgrade memory.
Acromag’s new APCe8670 is a PCIe bus adapter board that allows a PC to control and communicate with the hosted PMC module for use in high-performance computing or laboratory prototype systems.
Acromag achieves a prestigious award from Raytheon on account of their consistent dedication to high-caliber products and services. Wixom, MI (PRWEB) June 07,
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