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InForce Computing Announces IFC-9112S Ultra Low Power AdvancedMC Processor Module Based on the New Intel




Livermore, CA (PRWEB) April 10, 2008

InForce Computing, an innovative supplier for next generation network infrastructure and embedded computing devices, today announced the IFC-9112S, an ultra low power AdvancedMC processor module based on the Intel® Atom™ processor Z500 series and the Intel® System Controller Hub US15W. The IFC-9112S is ideal for low-power service and control plane processing in many networking and telecom systems using the MicroTCA or AdvancedTCA (ATCA) platform architecture.

“We are very excited by the ground-breaking capabilities of the new Intel® Atom™ processor,” said Jagat Acharya, President, InForce Computing. “With its very low power consumption, the IFC-9112S is the ideal AMC compute platform for applications ranging from WiMax base station controllers and mobile service platforms to network-centric medical equipment.”

“The ultra-low power (Intel® Atom™ processor) helps InForce Computing to deliver the critical features that system designers demand for next-generation mobile network infrastructure and platforms,” said Jonathan Luse, director of marketing, Low Power Embedded Products Division, Intel.

Intel® Atom™ processor is fabricated using the latest Intel 45nm process and Hi-K dielectric technology. The Intel® System Controller Hub is a low-power, highly integrated chipset with integrated 3D graphics. This extreme power saving solution consumes just one-tenth of the power of previous ultra low-voltage, single core Intel® platforms.

In addition to being compatible with AMC.0, AMC.1 and AMC.2 specifications, the IFC-9112S can be deployed as a low-profile computing platform for a wide range of embedded applications in emerging markets such as next generation handheld devices used for mobile payments and financial services, inventory management, and interactive multi-media clients.

Standard features on the IFC-9112S include 1 GB DDR2 memory, 16 GB flash memory, dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, a USB 2.0 connector, and LVDS and SDVO graphics ports. In addition, the IFC-9112S can support an additional Ethernet management port and on-board solid-state storage device.

InForce Computing offers fully-customized variants of the IFC-9112S requiring only final productization within the OEM system environment. InForce services also include flexible NPI options to allow the products to be integrated into multiple supply-chain solutions.

About InForce Computing

InForce Computing, LLC delivers platform infrastructure technology solutions based on widely-used open standards such as ATCA and AMC. InForce solutions dramatically improve our customer's time-to-market (TTM) by combining Intel® processors, Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet interconnects, HD graphics and storage technologies with our customer's value-add feature sets, resulting in continuous performance improvements, expanded capabilities, and breakthrough supply-chain efficiencies. Based on robust design & development practices, InForce platforms include carrier-grade processor boards, switches and accessories that support powerful, cost-effective computing solutions for telecom, Internet and general-purpose computing applications.

InForce Computing is a General Member of the Intel® Embedded and Communications Alliance: a community of communications and embedded developers and solution providers.

Press Contact:

Jagat Acharya, President

InForce Computing, LLC

4435 North 1st Street, #200

Livermore, CA 94551

Phone: 925-292-2827

Email: jacharya@inforcecomputing.com

www.inforcecomputing.com

Intel and Intel Atom are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the US and other countries.

AdvancedTCA and ATCA are registered trademarks, and AdvancedMC and MicroTCA are trademarks of the PCI Industrial Computers Manufacturers Group. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners.

© 2008 InForceComputing, LLC.

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