Concurrent launches new board based on Intel Tiger Lake-H
Company for embedded computer boards Simultaneous technologies announced on Wednesday a new processor board – “TR L9x / 6sd-RCx”, based on the Intel Xeon W-11000E series processor, formerly known as “Tiger Lake-H”, which was itself announced by Intel on Tuesday.
The company trading in AIM stated that the board was designed in accordance with the technical standard “SOSA” for processor boards with intensive input / output processes and was aimed at the defense market for use as a system controller in high-performance sensor solutions, applications, including situation awareness, software-defined radio and radar processing applications.
Concurrent said protection is “critical” to most applications, with the TR L9x / 6sd-RCx set to support a range of security features that can be complemented by Concurrent’s own Guardian package for maximum protection against external threats.
“Since joining Concurrent Technologies, I have been impressed by our commitment to developing cutting-edge products with market differentiation and our ability to produce them in our high-quality and controlled facility,” said Dr. Miles Adcock.
“As a first-class member of the Intel Partner Alliance, Concurrent Technologies has early access to a number of devices from the Intel Internet of Things group, and we are committed to announcing new products based on the respective devices and qualifying them to the strict standards required by our customers. “
At 1410 BST, shares in Concurrent Technologies rose 1.05% to 85.39p.