PowerPC goes onto the VME

Omnibyte has joined a host of other VME vendors offering the PowerPC on a VME board. The company`s Galaxy board uses a 100-MHz PowerPC 604 processor and offers a number of operating systems to the OEM. The Galaxy desktop version runs WindowsNT, AIX, and Solaris. The embedded version runs VXWorks and OS-9. The Galaxy board has three on-board busses: a processor bus, PCI bus, and EISA bus. The board features 256 or 512 kbytes of L2 cache, up to 4-Mbyte Flash ROM, and a DRAM memory interface that u

PowerPC goes onto the VME

Omnibyte has joined a host of other VME vendors offering the PowerPC on a VME board. The company`s Galaxy board uses a 100-MHz PowerPC 604 processor and offers a number of operating systems to the OEM. The Galaxy desktop version runs WindowsNT, AIX, and Solaris. The embedded version runs VXWorks and OS-9. The Galaxy board has three on-board busses: a processor bus, PCI bus, and EISA bus. The board features 256 or 512 kbytes of L2 cache, up to 4-Mbyte Flash ROM, and a DRAM memory interface that uses standard 72-pin SIMMs.

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