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Embedded Systems September 2000 Vol13_10

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a real x86 System on a Chip 1na • (actual size) Introducing the '"FailSafe MachZ'" for the next generation of embedded systems You con design the MochZ system into virtually anywhere your imagination con toke you. It's very small and at a 1/ 2 waH it actually runs cool to the touch. Think about it: you could embed this liHie power house in a system that is completely sealed. Consider the possibilities, consider the facts. Then put your engineering brain to work. MKhZ,..System-on-a-Chip 2 USB DEVICES 4 EIDE DEVICES Ultra low Power <500mW@1 OOMHZ Auto-Boot FailSafe System allows crash-immune Internet upgrades- FailSafe Boot, Flashless Operation, Dual WD-Timer, Z-tag 2M-bit/s Flash download, Scratch Registers Fully PC Compatible runs all x86 code natively Easily Interface HomePNA, Ethernet, Modems, Graphics Controllers, PC/1 04, MPEG, XDSL, ISDN, lrDA, Flash, CAN, GPS Includes BIOS and linux 0/S or ~WmdRiver· VxWorks RTOS pho~~ Oh, and did we mention that it runs cold? 388 BGA Runs at a cool 1/2 Watt not a typical 8 to 10 Watts 800.683.5943 • www.zflinux.com Visit us at Embedded Systems Conference 2000, Booth# 2002

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