Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) announces the release of the
Xpedite7650, their first enhanced COM Express Basic (Type 7) mezzanine
module based on the Intel Xeon D-1500 family of processors (formerly
Broadwell-DE) and featuring dual 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports.
The XPedite7650 is an Intel Xeon D processor-based mezzanine module
designed to the COM Express Basic form factor (95mm x 125mm), and the first
X-ES product to be designed in accordance with the COM Express (Type 7)
standard, bringing PC processing to a wide range of applications.
Deviating from the established Type 6 pinout, which focuses on
audio and visual capabilities, the new Type 7 standard eliminates graphic
support to allow for the inclusion of 10 Gigabit Ethernet, an NC-SI
interface, and an additional eight (total of 32) PCI Express lanes. It
accommodates up to 32GB of DDR4-2133 ECC SDRAM in two channels to support
The XPedite7650 mezzanine modules address the high-bandwidth and
processing-intensive requirements of today’s commercial, industrial, and
military applications. The small footprint and standards-based form factor make
the XPedite7650 perfect for portable and rugged environments, while providing
an upgrade path for the future.
The XPedite7650 also hosts numerous I/O ports and interfaces, including
10 Gigabit Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, PCI Express, SATA, USB 3.0,
LPC, SMB, I_C, and LVTTL serial. Wind River VxWorks and X-ES Enterprise
Linux Support Packages (XEL) are available.
X-ES is represented in Australia and New Zealand by Metromatics.
For further information, please visit the
Metromatics website www.metromatics.com.au or call (07) 3868-4255.