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Short 1U Industrial PC

-Intel NM10 Express ICH9/9R
-Intel Atom D510 CPU
-Intel GMA 3150 VGA
-1GB DDR2 667 SO-DIMM (4GB max)
-up to 2x 2.5" HDD or 1x 3.5" HDD
-1 PCIe slot
-1 Parallel Port
-1 Serial header and 1 serial port
-8 USB 2.0 ((2 Rear, 5 Header, 1 Onboard), 6 SATA3 Ports
-2 RJ45 GbE Ports
-2 PS/2, HD audio ports
-1U Atom IO ports Diagram

Short 1U Centerton Server

-IPMI 2.0 with KVM and dedicated LAN
-Intel Atom S1260 (2C/4T) 2.0GHz 8.5W VT-x 64-bit
-4GB or 8GB DDR3-1333 ECC SO-DIMM
-Dual GbE (Intel i350AM2)
-Conventional PCI slot via optional riser card
 (1U) or low profile (Onyx); suitable for 3.3V
 or Universal 32-bit PCI Cards
-4 x SATA 3.0 (6Gbps) ports (Marvell Host RAID 0 or 1)
-2 x USB 3.0 ports (NEC controller)
-Serial port and VGA port (Matrox G200eW graphics)
-1U Centerton IO ports Diagram
Short 1U Industrial PC:
1U Centerton Server:

Possible Configurations
- 1x 3.5" HDD and 1x Low profile PCI-E x4/x8 card
- Or
2x 2.5" HDD and 1x Low profile PCI-E x4/x8 card
- Or 1x 2.5" HDD and 1x Full height PCI-E x4/x8 card

We offer two models as pictured above - a system based on the Atom S1260 and another based on an Intel DM510.

  • Dimensions: 43mm (H)  x 437mm (W) x 249mm (D)
  • Weight: 5kg


For the first time we will be introducing a new server platform based on an Intel Atom processor in September. This is Intel's first Atom processor to be designed for servers and will provide many benefits such as relatively low power, low noise, and low cost in a small form factor while offering support for ECC RAM (up to 8GB) and hardware virtualisation. As with all our servers it will come standard with Dual Gigabit Ethernet and also a dedicated RJ45 port for remote hardware management (IPMI 2.0).

The Atom S1260 processor is unique in that it is an SoC (System on Chip), meaning that it has integrated all components of a computer onto a single chip with the design intention of consuming less power, lower cost and higher reliability than the multi-chip systems that it replaces. There is no PCH (Platform Controller Hub) or a South Bridge to speak of. The chip itself will draw no more than 8.5W while the complete system is expected to draw less than 20W.

In comparison this new Atom will also bring a welcome performance boost to the older Atom D510 or N2800 processors; independent synthetic benchmarks indicate a performance increase of around 37% and 46% respectively over the two Atom processors it replaces.

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