This cost-effective approach allows designers to develop, debug, and showcase future products on an embedded Intel® platform while implementing guidelines for an application host device (AHD). Certified for USB on Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard* 7 and tested with Continua*-compatible devices with other OS. Learn more video.
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The Continua Health Alliance stack and IEEE 11073-20601 capabilities enhance the interpretability of medical systems by defining a protocol for sharing data. The operating system is Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 7.
|Processor||Intel® Atom™ processor N450|
|Chipset||Intel® ICH8M (Intel® 82801HM) I/O Controller
PCI Express*, PCI
Intel® High Definition Audio 1 Interface
|Memory||Single SO-DIMM DRAM socket
with a 1-GB SO-DIMM
|LAN||Dual 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports|
|I/O||6 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 ports
3 Serial ATA 3 Gbps ports
|Display interfaces||VGA and LVDS|
|Intel-supplied software||Continua* Certified USB Interface
Continua-compatible Bluetooth* Interface
Simple API I/O
IEEE 11073-20601 Protocol SQL Data Store
User-Specific Health Application
XML for Application
Human Interface Software
|OS and BIOS||Reference Windows* and Linux* ports
Standard EFI BIOS and integrated management firmware
|Power supply||Single 12V DC power supply rail|
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