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ATX Mainboard for Intel Core Microarchitecture Processors

03 August 2009

Fujitsu Technology Solutions has started the production of yet another industrial mainboard with extended lifetime at its production facilities in Augsburg / Bavaria.

The ATX board D2778-A is based on Intel’s latest X58-/ ICH10R-chipset. Thanks to its support of the current Intel Core Microarchitecture processors with LGA1366 socket, integrated storage controller and Intel QuickPath Interconnect Technology (QPI), the board achieves a performance hitherto unreached among single CPU solutions.

Designed for continuous operation (24/7), the mainboard is especially suitable for applications demanding the highest calculation performance such as high performance computing (HPC), CAD applications, video processing, simulation programmes and realtime industrial control systems.

The cooler controlling is monitored by an upgradable stand-alone microprocessor which works independently from the operating system (Onboard Management Controller). The processor enables various monitoring modes whilst working almost silently, which is unheard of for a product within this performance class. Also, thanks to a high-efficiency processor voltage controller, the boards fulfil the industry’s growing demand for Green IT solutions.

The board is equipped with a number of expansion and connectivity components such as six DIMM sockets that can be assembled with up to 24 GB DDR3 800/1066/1333 ECC SDRAM (depending on the OS), two PCI Express x16 slots (Gen2 increased data rate), FireWire, Gigabit Ethernet, two serial ports, two PCI and two PCIe x8 slots respectively (Gen2).

Infineon’s Trusted Platform Module (TPM1.2) additionally ensures professional data security and encryption functionality. Beside its six external USB connections and two internal Dual USB pin headers, the mainboard also offers an onboard USB connection, protecting licensed dongles or other data storage media carrying sensitive information from theft, loss or mechanical damage.

The mainboards’ high reliability is guaranteed due to the high automation levels of the production lines in Germany. The logistics and testing technology of the production and the use of high-quality components like long life polymer condensers increase overall product reliability.


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