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Intel Xeon D-based Server-on-Modules Achieve 10 Gbit Ethernet Performance

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Congatec has announced the Intel Xeon D-based (codename Broadwell) Server-on-Modules complied with the COM Express Basic standard form factor (95 x 125 mm). The conga-B7XD COM Express Type 7 Server-on-Modules have 32 PCIe lanes and headless server performance currently with up to 16 server cores and 48 gigabytes of DDR4 ECC RAM, capable of delivering 10 Gigabit Ethernet performance.

Based on the headless design, the modules are available with ten different server processors (from the 16 Core Intel Xeon processor D1577 to the Intel Pentium processor D1519) the modules can operate  in industrial temperature range (-40  to +85 degrees C). Depends on the requirement, 48 Gbytes of 2400DDR4 memory can be selected with or without error correction code (ECC). Available I/O interfaces include 4x USB 3.0, 4x USB 2.0, LPC, SPI, I2C Bus and 2x UART. Optional Flash memory can be connected via up to 24 PCI Express Gen 3.0 Lanes and 8x PCIe Gen 2.0 Lanes with 2x SATA 6G for conventional storage media. NC-SI Network Controller Sideband Interface is supported for connecting a Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) allowing out-of-band remote manageability. Either Linux or Microsoft Windows can be selected to run on the modules.

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