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ADLINK releases server-grade PXIe-3988 controller
ADLINK Technology has released its first server-grade PXIe controller, the Intel Xeon E-2276ME-based PXIe-3988.
The PXIe-3988 combines state-of-the-art Intel Core processors and up to 64GB of DDR4 2400MHz memory, employs multiple computing engines on a single processor and can run four independent tasks simultaneously.
Specifically designed for PXI Express-based testing systems, it provides a rugged and stable platform for a variety of testing and measurement applications.
“With the rapid growth of testing applications in several industries, customers have high-performance requirements for applications in industries such as the electric vehicle, telecommunications, Semiconductor, data center and optics,” said Jeremy Wu, Director of IoT Solutions & Technology (IST) business unit, ADLINK. “The PXIe-3988 is a powerful yet budget-conscious choice for test and measurement that meets the needs of these demanding applications.”
System integrators and equipment manufacturers in a wide variety of industries, from aerospace to semiconductors, can use the PXIe-3988 for compute-intensive workloads.
Distributing processing loads across 6 Xeon cores reduces application processing time and with significant compute power it allows the use of complex software and programming models and fits with modern software development trends.
The PXIe-3988 provides workstation performance in a compact size compatible with a standard PXI Express chassis.