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Old 10-13-2016, 08:15 PM   #1
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LXer: COM Express Type 7 module has dual 10GbE and 32 PCIe lanes


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Congatec unveiled the “Conga-B7XD,” one of the first COM Express Type 7 modules, featuring Intel “Broadwell” CPUs, 2x 10GbE Ethernet, and 32x PCI lanes. In early August, Adlink announced the Express-BD7, the first computer-on-module to support PICMG’s server-oriented COM Express Type 7 spec. Type 7 is the first specification of PICMG’s COM Express 3.0 standard. […]

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