Intel® Core™ i7 System Controller ModulePrAMC-7311
PrAMC-7311 Data Sheet
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The Artesyn Embedded Technologies PrAMC-7311 is designed to the AdvancedMC™ (AMC) specifications in a mid-size form factor, making it ideal for ATCA switch blade such as the Artesyn ATCA-F140 and payload blade applications. As an accessory for ATCA blades, it is a perfect fit for applications looking to separate control and data plane applications on a single ATCA blade, HA application, logging and co-processing.
The PrAMC-7311 utilizes the low power Intel® Core™ i7 processor running at 2.2 GHz with up to 16GB of ECC protected, DDR3 memory. The Intel® BD82QM67 Platform Controller Hub (PCH) is used to integrate many functions and saves product real estate for additional features like USB, additional memory, etc. A dual-bank firmware architecture is employed for system reliability and availability.
The module management controller (MMC) implementing IPMIv2.0 based management and hot-swap feature allows for module replacement or field upgrades, reducing the system down time to almost zero. A full software package is available for the PrAMC-7311 including Carrier Grade Linux and Basic Blade Services (BBS) software.
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- Single Intel® Core i7™ processor running at 2.2 GHz
- Intel® BD82QM67 Platform Controller Hub
- 4GB and 16GB memory options, ECC protected, DDR3
- Complete Basic Blade Software package including Wind River Linux operating system
- AMC front panel support for USB, 10/100/1000 Ethernet and serial console port
- 8MB of BIOS flash, dual-bank architecture
- AMC mid-size form factor
- AMC.0, 1, 2, 3 compliant
- Design for NEBS/ETSI compliance
Declaration of Conformity
PrAMC-7311 Installation and Use (May 2016)
ViewCheck on PrAMC-7311 Installation and Use (November 2014)
Basic Blade Services Software on PrAMC-7311 (April 2015)
PrAMC-7311 BBS based on CentOS 7.1 (September 2015)
PrAMC-7311 BBS based on Ubuntu 12.04.01 LTE (May 2014)
PrAMC-7311 Control via IPMI Programmer's Reference (June 2014)