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CPCI-710  (547)
CompactPCI Intelligent I/O Controlle

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The CPCI-710 is Cyclone Microsystems' next generation of 64-bit CompactPCI intelligent I/O controllers. Based on Cyclone's highly successful CPCI-943 intelligent I/O controller, the CPCI-710 is a high-performance I/O controller featuring two 64-bit PCI buses, 528MB/sec. memory bandwidth, and two PMC module locations that provide unique I/O for embedded/real-time systems. The key enhancement in the CPCI-710 is the replacement of the 100MHz i960 processor family with Intel's state-of-the-art XScale microarchitecture, which enables processing speeds of up to 600MHz. In addition, the CPCI-710 supports hot-swap capability. With the combination of high-bandwidth hardware and software support, the CPCI-710 can be integrated rapidly into demanding I/O systems.

Two PMC module locations can be found on the CPCI-710's secondary PCI bus. Developers can mix and match expansion I/O interfaces to customize the CPCI-710 to a unique application. Cyclone offers a wide range of PMC modules, including Ultra2 (LVD) SCSI, ATM OC-3 and OC-12, dual 100Mb and 100Mb/1000Mb Ethernet.

The CPCI-710 offers board support packages for VxWorks and IxWorks, with an extensive array of drivers for PMC modules.

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