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Eurotech’s new Low Power ISIS & PROTEUS using the Intel Atom processor

14 July 2008

Eurotech has been working with Intel Corporation as an early adopter of the Low Power Intel Architecture (LPIA).

As a result of this work Eurotech will be offering the ISIS and PROTEUS products later this year.

ISIS is a PC/104 single board computer and PROTEUS is available as a standalone or COM-Express module. Both harness the low power capabilities of the Intel Atom next generation chipset but also offer x86 compatibility in a fan-less design. Both the ISIS and the PROTEUS offer the level of functionality and performance you would traditionally expect from a high performance x86 board, but at reduced power consumption of less than 5 watts.

A key feature of the ISIS and the PROTEUS is their full compatibility with a wide range of operating systems that include Windows Vista, Windows CE 6.0, Windows XP and Linux.

Having all this performance in such a small package is a truly unique offering that make them ideally suitable for applications such as infotainment, interactive kiosks, access control, HMI, medical and industrial control.

Using Intel’s Hi-K 45nm technology the Intel Atom processor Z5XX series deliver the benefits of Intel architecture for small form factor boards with robust performance-per-watt in an ultra-small package.

Each processor is matched with an Intel System Controller Hub (SCH) US15W which is a highly-integrated device with a graphics memory controller hub and I/O controller hub combined into one small 22x22 mm package.

The ISIS and PROTEUS will be available later this year.


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