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Backplane Systems Technology presents iBase’s New Line of Intel Atom-based Railway Computing Solutions.
Backplane Systems Technology is proud to present iBase’s new range of railway computing systems integrated with the Intel® Atom™ quad-core E3950 processor (formerly Apollo Lake) which offers up to 1.5x CPU and 3x graphics performance over the previous generation Atom™ E3845 CPU.
Designed to meet railway compliance regulations and for rolling stock environment, these EN50155-certified products include the 15” MPPC1501PC and the 10.4” MPPC1001PC panel PCs plus the MPT-1000R railway computer system.
Another model being launched that supports the same processor is the E-mark-certified MPT-1000V in-vehicle system. All of these Intel® Atom™ E3950-based platforms feature enhanced power efficiency, rich I/O connectivity and industrial-grade reliability that enable 24/7 operation in extended temperatures and empower real-time mission-critical applications.
MPPC1501PC – 15-inch EN50155-Certified Panel PC
MPPC1001PC – 10.4-inch EN50155-Certified Panel PC
MPT-1000R – EN50155-Certified Fanless Railway Computer
MPT-1000V – E-mark-Certified Fanless In-Vehicle Computer
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