IBASE Technology, A leading manufacturer of SBCs and embedded systems, rolls out the IB965 PICMG 1.3 CPU card supporting the Intel Q77 Express Chipset and 3rd generation Intel Core processors. Supporting high performance, manageability and power efficiency, the IB965 is optimized for demanding applications in the medical field, industrial automation, transportation and gaming sectors.
"We developed the IB965 CPU card to support the 3rd Generation Intel Core processor family that provides amazing computing power and graphics quality, combining it with advanced I/O interfaces, as well as TPM 1.2 support and iSMART technology," said Wilson Lin, Product Manager at IBASE. "While TPM allows systems to run applications more securely, iSMART provides intelligent power-saving solution for better environmental performance on both board and system levels."
The chipset built-in graphics IntelR HD Graphics 4000 allows IB965 to support different display interfaces including CRT VGA, DVI-D and 24-bit dual channel LVDS. It has dual Gigabit Ethernet, two DIMM sockets for up to 16Gbytes of dual DDR3 memory, and flexible SATA III and USB3.0 ports suited for high bandwidth applications. It also comes with a parallel port, Mini PCI-E expansion and four serial ports with one port jumperless selection for RS232/422/485 operation.
About IBASE Technology
Founded in 2000, IBASE Technology (TASDAQ: 8050) is an ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certified company that specializes in the design and manufacturing of industrial PC products. IBASE provides OEM/ODM services tailoring products to customers' requirements. Current product offerings from IBASE include single board computers, Mini-ITX boards, Disk-Size SBC, COM Express CPU modules, embedded systems and network appliance for various applications in the automation, digital signage, gaming, entertainment, medical, military and networking markets. IBASE is committed to delivering innovative, practical and dependable solutions for an ever-evolving industrial computing landscape. For more information, please visit http://www.ibase.com.tw/.
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