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Xeon D SBC Family Boasts Up to 16 Cores and Extended Temp Support

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Extreme Engineering Solutions' Intel Xeon D-1500 family processor-based single board computers now support up to 16 Xeon-class cores in a single, power-efficient, System-on-Chip (SoC) package with native extended temperature support on four, eight, and twelve core-count SKUs. Originally available with up to eight cores, the Intel Xeon D processors are now available with support for 12 and 16 cores in a single processor. Intel Xeon D processors have built-in hardware virtualization that facilitates dynamic provisioning of services, enabling communication service providers to extend network functions virtualization (NFV) further than had been possible previously.

Intel now offers native extended temperature support for Intel Xeon D processors with up to 12 cores. Intel designed these processors to operate between -40 to 85 degrees C, reducing the need for X-ES engineers to perform independent temperature screening. Thermal Monitoring Technologies protect the processor package and system from thermal failure by means of several thermal management features. An on-die Digital Thermal Sensor (DTS) detects the core's temperature, and when required, thermal management features reduce package power consumption to lower temperatures and remain within normal operating limits. These thermal stress mitigating features help extend the life of deployed single board computers by reducing the likelihood of overheating and associated component fatigue. X-ES can integrate any of its Intel Xeon D processor-based 3U VPX or 6U VPX single board computers into a reliable, long-term, embedded solution. Choices include the 3U VPX XPedite7670, XPedite7672 (shown), XPedite7674, or XPedite7676 or the  6U VPX XCalibur4640 or XCalibur4643.

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