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COM Express-based System Runs Cisco IOS Software

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Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) has announced the XPand6052 which integrates the Intel Core i7 processor-based XPedite7450 COM Express mezzanine module and the XPedite5205 XMC/PMC Embedded Services Router (ESR) to provide processing with networking capability in one Small Form Factor rugged embedded module.

The XPedite7450 is a COM Express Type 6 module based on Intel Core i7 and Intel QM67 chipset. It accommodates up to 16 Gbytes of DDR3-1600 ECC SDRAM in two channels to support memory-intensive applications. The XPedite5205 is an XMC/PMC-based Embedded Services Router (ESR) router that runs Cisco IOS Software with Cisco Mobile Ready Net capabilities. It supports secure data, voice, and video communications to wire/wireless stationary and mobile network nodes. Its onboard hardware encryption off-loads encryption processing, radio aware routing (RAR) with support for the latest Dynamic Link Exchange Protocol (DLEP) and IPv6 and Quality of Service (QoS). Many field personnels have already been trained on the Cisco IOS making the support of the XPedite5205 easier.

The new combined unit, XPand6052, complies with multiple military specifications including MIL-STD-810, DO-160 and MIL-STD-461G. It is flight-qualified and meets the MIL-STD-704A-F 28 VDC power input requirement. Its I/O includes those from the XPedite7450: two USB 2.0 ports, two configurable RS-232/422/485 serial ports, DisplayPort and VGA graphics ports, and two 10/100/1000BASE-T Gbit Ethernet ports. And the I/O from the XPedite5205 router includes four 10/100/1000BASE-T Gbit Ethernet ports, along with two RS-232 serial ports with 64 Gbytes of internal SATA-accessed storage.

Extreme Engineering Solutions
Middleton, WI
(608) 833-1155