26 February 2018
Concurrent Technologies Plc
Additional 3U VPX I/O board
Concurrent Technologies Plc (AIM: CNC), a world leading specialist in the design and manufacture of high-end embedded computer boards for critical applications, is pleased to announce a further addition to its range of VPX I/O boards.
The BA 2TR/501 is a multi-channel Gigabit Ethernet board providing a convenient method of introducing up to 4 additional fast networking interfaces within a system. The board can be used alongside the Company’s range of high performance processors, and is available in variants suitable for both commercial and harsh environments. The BA 2TR/502 is particularly suitable for the growing number of command, control, communicate and compute applications in the military and aerospace markets where additional networking capability is often required.
Glen Fawcett, CEO, Concurrent Technologies Plc, commented: “This I/O board further increases our range of I/O products. It complements the existing range of VPX hardware, firmware and software products and is designed to ease our customers’ integration tasks and reduce their development times.”
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About Concurrent Technologies Plc
Concurrent Technologies Plc develops and manufactures high-end embedded computer products for use in a wide range of high performance, long life cycle applications within the telecommunications, defence, security, telemetry, scientific and aerospace markets, including applications within extremely harsh environments. The processor products feature Intel® processors, including the latest 8th generation Intel® Core™ processors, Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Atom™ processors. The products are designed to be compliant with industry specifications and support many of today’s leading embedded Operating Systems. The products are sold world-wide.
For more information on Concurrent Technologies Plc and its products please visit www.gocct.com.
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