Thursday, November 1st 2012

X-ES Introduces Intel Core i7 Processor-Based Small Form Factor System

Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) introduces the XPand6104 Small Form Factor (SFF) system supporting a 3rd generation Intel Core i7 COM Express module. With commercial connectors, this SFF system can be utilized as an XPedite7450 COM Express development platform, a deployable SFF system, or a demo platform for applications requiring a high-performance Intel Core i7 processor solution.

In a natural convection-cooled SFF enclosure, the XPand6104 is ideal for Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP)-constrained applications at 2.10 in. (H) x 4.88 in. (W) x 7.70 in. (L) and weighing less than 4 lbs. It includes an XPedite7450 Intel Core i7 ruggedized COM Express module and an optional 1.8 in. SSD. The front panel features an RJ-45 Ethernet connector to a10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet port, a USB 2.0 connector to a USB 2.0 port, an eSATA connector to a SATA 3.0 Gb/s port, two micro-DB-9 connectors to RS-232 serial ports, a DisplayPort connector for graphics, reset and power switches, and status LEDs. It includes an integrated MIL-STD-704 28 V DC input voltage power supply with MIL-STD-461 EMI filtering and an external AC/DC 110 V AC input voltage power supply for development.

In addition to the XPand6104 SFF system, X-ES provides several other SFF systems based on the XPand6000 Series of fully ruggedized enclosures with military D38999 connectors and the XPand6100 Series enclosures with commercial or industrial IP66/67 connectors. Existing packaged SFF systems include the XPand6004 rugged 4-port router running Cisco IOS and the XPand6101 4-port router with RJ-45 connectors running Cisco IOS. Please refer to the datasheet for more information.
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13 Comments on X-ES Introduces Intel Core i7 Processor-Based Small Form Factor System

#1
Ikaruga
Nice! Are these available in retail somewhere?
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MadMan007
by: Ikaruga
Nice! Are these available in retail somewhere?
If they were, you'd just see the price and run away.
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dude12564
by: MadMan007
If they were, you'd just see the price and run away.
hahaha!:roll::roll:
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#4
eidairaman1
nice canon plug lmao. reminds me of when i was a Maintainer
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Ikaruga
by: MadMan007
If they were, you'd just see the price and run away.
Why would i run away from a price?:p

But seriously, I had no intention buying any of these, I was just curious about what kind of profit these companies are working with. The "inside" (or something very close) is already available in retails and I think it wouldn't be hard to manufacture a "case" (from scratch) similar to the one on the picture.
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3870x2
Looks like something you would use in the military.
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eidairaman1
by: 3870x2
Looks like something you would use in the military.
"It includes an integrated MIL-STD-704 28 V DC input voltage power supply with MIL-STD-461 EMI filtering and an external AC/DC 110 V AC input voltage power supply for development."
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3870x2
by: eidairaman1
"It includes an integrated MIL-STD-704 28 V DC input voltage power supply with MIL-STD-461 EMI filtering and an external AC/DC 110 V AC input voltage power supply for development."
I have used this connector. And I am not talking about battlefield 3. :D
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MadMan007
by: Ikaruga
Why would i run away from a price?:p

But seriously, I had no intention buying any of these, I was just curious about what kind of profit these companies are working with. The "inside" (or something very close) is already available in retails and I think it wouldn't be hard to manufacture a "case" (from scratch) similar to the one on the picture.
Lesser industrial-grade SFF systems go for thousands. Heck, 'car computer' systems designed to withstand harsher-than-inside-house environmental variations go for much more than regular consumer products. I am guessing these go for a few thousand each in quantity with all of their MIL certifications. I couldn't find any pricing information, but you can feel free to contact the company if you really want to know :) It might be fun to see!
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eidairaman1
by: 3870x2
I have used this connector. And I am not talking about battlefield 3. :D
well we are in the same boat then USAF Vet here
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Ikaruga
by: MadMan007
Lesser industrial-grade SFF systems go for thousands. Heck, 'car computer' systems designed to withstand harsher-than-inside-house environmental variations go for much more than regular consumer products. I am guessing these go for a few thousand each in quantity with all of their MIL certifications. I couldn't find any pricing information, but you can feel free to contact the company if you really want to know :) It might be fun to see!
Thanks, I also tried to find some prices, but all I found was some guessing on forums, that's why I asked, hoping that someone here already asked it once:)
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eidairaman1
by: tacosRcool
looks like the case is the headsink!
youre right actually. I remember certain parts in the past that looked like that and while running those fins would be hot to the touch
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