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Innovative Integration announces SBC-nano single board computer

November 052015
Innovative Integration announces SBC-nano single board computer

November 5, 2015 -  Innovative Integration announces SBC-nano, a Windows/Linux embedded computer with XMC I/O and 1 GbE Link. It can work with FPGA-accelerated, analog I/O-equipped XMC modules.  With its modular I/O, scalable performance, and easy-to-use PC architecture, the SBC-nano reduces time-to-market while providing exceptional performance for deeply-embedded applications.

The SBC-nano hosts any of Innovative Integration's high-performance FPGA-based XMC mezzanine cards, supporting high-speed analog, digital and communications applications.  The Sbc-nano is a conduction-cooled solution, engineered to ruggedization level 3, for use in vehicles or other mobile applications.   Multiple SBC-nano may be interconnected via a WAN to address wide-channel count applications requiring system-wide, multi-module clock and triggering or communications functionality. 

The FPGA on XMC products are user-reprogrammable using the FrameWork Logic.  The Framework provides comprehensive support for FPGA signal processing development in MATLAB and RTL, shortening the logic development cycle by building application logic within the FrameWork Logic hardware layer using pre-written and verified IP cores. 

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