XMC-121 Intel Kaby Lake Xeon XMC Mezzanine Processor

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XMC-121 Intel Kaby Lake Xeon XMC Mezzanine Processor
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Designed for space-constrained size, weight and power (SWaP)-sensitive programs, the XMC-121 small form factor Intel Xeon x86 Single Board Computer (SBC) offers extremely powerful x86 processing with a low power and small sized footprint.

Key Features

  • Intel Kaby Lake Mobile Xeon E3-1505L v6 processor
  • Quad-core, hyper-threading @ 2.2 GHz
  • Up to 32 GB DDR4 with ECC 
  • Up to 32 GB SATA NAND flash 
  • Dual Gigabit Ethernet ports 
  • Serial RS-232, serial RS-422/485, dual USB, SATA and DIO ports for external connectivity 
  • Dual SPI and I2C signals for local expansion 
  • DVI/DisplayPort with integrated Intel HD P630 graphics 
  • Low power with configurable power settings 
  • Supports Linux and Microsoft Windows  

Applications

  • XMC mezzanine processor for rugged embedded applications 
  • Micro-server and virtualization capabilities 
  • Co-processor for high-density processing 
  • Ultra-small processor for SWaP-constrained applications 
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XMC-121 Intel Kaby Lake Xeon XMC Mezzanine Processor

The XMC-121 incorporates Intel’s 7th Gen Xeon technology using the Kaby Lake Mobile Xeon E3-1505L v6 processor. The processor provides quad-core, hyper-threading performance operating at 2.2 GHz with turbo operation to 3.0 GHz. With an integrated 8 MB L2 Intel Smart Cache and featuring Intel Virtualization and vPro Technologies, the E3-1505L processor provides 64-bit high-performance processing while consuming under 25 watts of power.

The processor is coupled to a dual-channel 64-bit DDR4 memory system with ECC, supporting up to 32 GB of high-speed system memory and provides up to 38.4 GBps memory performance. Up to 32 GB of SATA NAND flash memory is offered, providing a vast amount of non-volatile data storage for operating systems, applications code, and data storage.

The XMC-121 includes two Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) ports, supporting tri-speed 10/100/1000BASE-T and 1000BASE-X (SerDes) connectivity. For external connectivity, the XMC-121 provides one serial RS-232, one RS-232/422/485 port supporting up to 3.6 Mbps interface speeds, two USB 2.0 ports, one SATA 3.0 port and four discrete digital I/O signals. Carrier or base card expansion is supported by two SPI and one I2C interfaces.

For display applications, the XMC-121 processor includes an integrated Intel HD Graphics P630 engine and offers a DVI or DisplayPort digital port with up to 4K display resolution. The E3-1505 processor includes hardware codec acceleration for many popular media formats, including H.264 and HEVC (H.265).

Available as an air-cooled or conduction-cooled module, the XMC- 121 is supported by a wide range of popular operating systems, including Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Microsoft Windows.

Ask our sales engineers about integrating the XMC-109 in your existing system, using one of our systems or having us design a system for your application. If your application requires a module with a custom pinout, different I/O or custom size, Curtiss-Wright's Modified COTS team will analyze the requirements and modify modules to meet your unique needs.

 

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