AdvancedMC Modules


Advantech AdvancedMC is designed to work on MicroTCA, a ATCA carrier card which can directly plug into a backplane. Our MicroTCA and AMC product lines, with efficient power consumption and multiple choices of Gigabit Ethernet/USB2.0/SFP+ ports, elevate the AMC processing module performance for carrier grade communication equipment.

  • MIC-5604


    The Advantech MIC-5604 is a single-width mid-size general purpose processor AMC module for ATCA or MicroTCA applications. Its design is based on Intel® Xeon®-D SoC processors in a BGA package. This AMC module supports processors with integrated memory controllers, and a maximum cache of 6MB. It can support up to 8/16 GB, dual-channel, on-board DDR4 memory with ECC at 2133/1866 MHz, making it ideal for mission critical applications requiring low latency and reliable memory access. For graphics or control applications the front panel HDMI port provides the Display support.

    As standard feature, external Ethernet connectivity is provided on two dedicated GbE front panel ports, one each from the onboard Intel® I350 AM4 quad port LAN controller, which also provides two additional GbE ports to the AMC base fabric. The Intel® I350 supports remote management capabilities with KVM over LAN as well as introducing faster I/O than previous generation designs with SATA-III to AMC port...


  • AMC-4201


    The AMC-4201 is a single-width, mid-size AMC based on the Freescale P4080 processor. It combines eight Power Architecture® e500-mc Cores operating at frequencies up to 1.5 GHz with high-performance, datapath acceleration logic, extensive networking I/O, and peripheral bus interfaces. It combines powerful multi-Core Power Architecture performance with network processing capabilities, and builds on the communications ubiquity of Freescale’s QorIQ® product family. AMC-4201 provides 4 and 8 GB build options for onboard DDR3 memory at 1333 MHz with ECC support. One front-panel 10GbE SFP+ connector provides network access in addition to a front panel console and debug port. <br /> <br /> The unique SERDES design supports up to four different AMC port configurations for a mix of SRIO, PCIe, XAUI and SGMII channels. This makes the AMC extremely versatile and caters to a wider range of MicroTCA or ATCA Carrier topologies beyond just telecom applications. 4 MB SPI Flash ...


  • MIC-5203


    The MIC-5203 is a low power, quad-port GbE AMC, with copper RJ-45 or fiber SFP pluggable modules. It incorporates the Intel® i350 Quad Gigabit Ethernet controller. The AMC provides a high performance PCIe x4 interface at 5 Gb/s per lane at an outstanding low power dissipation of less than 10W. Support for Intel's offloading and platform enhancement features yields maximum network throughput while preserving valuable CPU cycles for application processing.


  • MIC-5212


    The MIC-5212 is a low power, dual-port 10 GbE AMC, with SFP+ pluggable modules for multi-mode and single-mode fiber media and is based on the Intel® 82599ES 10 Gigabit Ethernet controller. The AMC provides a high performance PCIe x8 interface at 5 Gb/s per lane at an outstanding low power dissipation of less than 10W. Support for Intel's offloading and platform enhancement features yields maximum network throughput while preserving valuable CPU cycles for application processing.


  • MIC-5401


    The Advantech MIC-5401 is a single-width/mid-size Advanced Mezzanine Card (AMC) designed to support a 2.5" SAS or SATA hard disk drive to work as an enterprise storage module on an ATCA platform or in a MicroTCA shelf. The 2.5" hard disk drive is connected to the AMC port 2 (SAS and SATA) and port 3 (SAS only) according to the AMC.3 specifications. Dual port SAS drives may be used on the MIC-5401 to increase the interface bandwidth of failover support between dual hosts in fault tolerant environments. Like all other standard AMC modules, an IPMI-based module management controller (MMC) is also implemented on the MIC-5401 to serve as a communication interface to the Carrier Management Controller on an ATCA platform, or to the MicroTCA Carrier Management Controller on the MicroTCA Carrier Hub in a MicroTCA shelf. As a local IPMI controller on the AMC, it manages all hot-swap activities, E-keying, and hardware heath monitoring such as voltages (12V, 5V, and management power 3.3V...


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