BCM's MX266 Mini-ITX Board
August 12, 2004
BCM Advanced Research, in California have announced their MX266 industrial Mini-ITX board. The '266' refers to the CLE266 chipset (as found on most current EPIA boards) - the board itself will run any VIA C3/Eden CPU at up to 1Ghz. Specifications include: Dual LAN (one at 10/100 and one at Gigabit speeds), 48-bit LVDS, PCI slot capable of supporting a 3 slot PCI riser, Mini-PCI slot, 2 IDE channels, Dual SATA supporting RAID 0, 1, 0+1, and a bootable Compact Flash Socket. The MX266 will operate from both an ATX PSU and a single 5V input, and a TV out module with composite and component video out will be available early next year. BCM are targetting the board at Medical, POS, Kiosk, and Digital Multimedia applications, and it is fully compatible with all flavours of Windows including Embedded and CE 4.2, Red Hat and SUSE Linux and a variety of other operating systems.
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