Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:
We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "ETX", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.
Start with the news release Processor family offers scalable performance from MSC Vertriebs, which we summarised at the time by saying "The processor performance of the new ETX family is scalable through different assemblies using Intel Pentium M or Celeron M embedded processors". A couple of weeks before, we featured the news release TFT modules are matched with SBCs from Display Technology: "Kits for TFT LCDs from 6.5 to 82in can be used in a wide variety of industrial applications as well as medical, ruggedised, marine and digital signage".
In December 2007, we covered the news from Axiomtek concerning its ETM830 and ETM820 - take a look at System-on-module speeds in with Core2 Duo which says: "The ETM830 is the world's first Intel Core 2 Duo ETX 3.0 module, and includes faster SATA support while maintaining pin-to-pin compatibility with previous revisions".
Take a look also at the news release from Kontron UK, Computer-on-module saves with low-power CPUs, as well as Computer-on-module offers backward compatability from Adlink Technology, and CPU modules meet ETX 3.0 requirements from Axiomtek.
News on the ETX CPU module from IBase Technology (August 2007)
The new ETX CPU module is built around the mobile Intel 945GM/ICH7M express chipset that features intelligent power management and greater performance per Watt
SBCs and LCDs come together (August 2007)
Kitted TFT LCD packages combine Apollo LCDs with industrial single board computers from IBase Technology
Embedded modules suit portable gaming (August 2007)
The COM 840 provides the enormous bandwidth of the PCI Express x16 interface to the baseboard
ETX module adds Serial ATA connections (August 2007)
The ETX-GLX is reckoned to be an ideal balance between computing performance and low power consumption
Module upgrades ETX to Core2 Duo processing (July 2007)
The ETX-CD is billed as the highest performance computer-on-module based on the ETX 3.0 standard from Kontron