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2008-10-28 09:00:19

WIN Enterprises, Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of embedded controllers and network platforms for Electronic-OEMs, announces the PL-10540 and PL-10550 desktop platforms that feature the Intel(R) EP80579 Integrated Processor with Intel(R) QuickAssist Technology. The EP80579 is the Intel system-on-chip (SoC) purpose-built for the embedded and communications market with highly-integrated security features. The new WIN Enterprises platforms are designed for SOHO/SMB network management...

2008-10-16 12:00:06

WIN Enterprises, Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of embedded controllers and network platforms for OEMs, announces the MB-73150 COM Express Module with Intel Core 2 Processor. The MB-73150 offers OEMs a range of scalable processor options that include the Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Duo, Core(TM) Duo or Single Core(TM) Celeron(R) M. System memory supports DDR II 400/533/667 up to 2GB. Parallel and serial ATA interfaces offer flexibility in storage methods. The MB-07315 can be used...

2008-06-24 09:02:21

WIN Enterprises, Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of embedded controllers and network platforms for OEMs, announces the PL-60760, a 1U rack-mount network security hardware platform designed high performance security and other networking applications. OEMs can deploy this ready-made platform for applications including IDS/IPS, firewall, VPN gateways, NAC and Unified Threat management (UTM) with great time-to-market. With support for Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Duo / Core(TM) Duo...


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