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GE Fanuc Embedded Systems At 2007 Paris Air Show


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GE Fanuc Embedded Systems
: 11 June, 2007  (New Product)
At this year's International Paris Air Show (Le Bourget, Paris: June 18 – 24) GE Fanuc Embedded Systems will demonstrate the company's broadening range of rugged COTS (commercial off-the-shelf) solutions for the aviation industry.
Located at Hall 4, booth C3, the company will showcase its recently-announced family of 6U CompactPCI rugged, low power dissipation single board computers featuring Intel® Core™2 Duo or Core™ Duo processors. The new family supports both a 32- and 64-bit processor architecture, and is designed to operate in a temperature range of -40°C to +75°C (depending on configured options), with the CR11 being optionally available as a rugged version with stiffener bars and wedge locks or in conduction-cooled form. All three boards are PICMG 2.1 compliant for hot swap capability.

'Embedded computing applications in aviation are among the most challenging in the world,' said Adrian Bernard, Managing Director, EMEA for GE Fanuc Embedded Systems, 'not least because of the harsh environments in which they are deployed. As a leader in commercial off-the-shelf embedded computing, a pioneer in ruggedization and with the industry's broadest product range, we have a great deal to offer companies who are working in both civilian and military aerospace applications. We're looking forward to showing the breadth and depth of our capability to visitors to the Paris Air Show.'

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