VersaLogic Corp. has released a new embedded computer with a high performance Intel Xeon processor and NVMe SSD storage.
Known as the Eagle, this new computer features Intel’s ‘Coffee Lake Refresh’ Xeon processor, ECC memory, Ethernet, TPM 2.0 security, GPIO and USB ports, as well as a SATA port for off-board storage.
The Eagle is based on Intel’s 9th Generation Xeon-E processor which features 6 cores and Hyper-Threading. In addition to the powerful processor, it includes soldered down 128 GB NVMe fast read/write storage and up to 32 GB ECC memory.
“The Eagle is ideal for intensive processing at the edge,” said Len Crane, VersaLogic’s President. “This particularly applies when security concerns or limited communication bandwidth preclude sending raw data back to a data center.”
Interfaces include Ethernet, USB 3.2, serial, I2C, GPIO, and Mini DisplayPort connections. SATA III connectivity is provided for applications requiring an off-board storage capability.
The Eagle is a compact solution with a 96 x 90 mm footprint. Its 37 mm height fits in most 1U enclosures and provides a high performance 6-core Xeon-E processor for space-limited applications.
The Eagle is designed and tested for full industrial temperatures of -40° to +85°C operation and meets MIL-STD-202H specifications for shock and vibration. It is designed from the ground up for long-term availability, with a 10+ year typical production lifecycle.
Modifications to the off-the-shelf product are available for the Eagle, even in low OEM quantities. Modifications include conformal coating, revision locks, custom labeling, customized testing and screening, plus many more.