VME, introduced back in the 1980’s is still very useful. The big installation base and many vendors gives a rich flavor of boards available.

In mid 1980’s few companies made the first agreement on VME standard. Shlomo Pri-tal at Motorola was leading the standardization of VMEbus. In the beginning Motorola 68000 family was the leading choice of cpu. Power PC had a big era and are still in use, now days Intel has the total market, even though ARM processors makes small steps to compete.

Due to being the choice for military market in decades there are a huge installation base round the globe. We still see upgrades of those systems as a market for new VME boards. Companies like Kontron and Concurrent Technologies have road maps for new boards.


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Recab solutions: VP B7x/msd VME SBC

Concurrent VP B7x/msd is a high performance, flexible VMEbus board based on a 6-core Intel Xeon processor E-2176M (Coffee Lake-H). It's designed for long life-cyclic applications in the defense, industrial, scientific and aerospace markets.

Kontron VM1603 ARM based VME SBC

Kontron VM1603 VME is the first member of a full range of High-Performance, Low Power dissipation Kontron range of products featuring QorIQ ‘Layerscape’ multicore ARM processors.

Concurrent VP B1x/msd – VME Processor

Concurrent VP B1x/msd – VME Processor - Based on 4th Generation Intel® Core™ processor Dual or single PMC/XMC sites for local expansion Optional solid state disk options

Concurrent Recab Solutions: VP E2x/0sd-RC – Rugged VME Processor

Conduction-cooled rugged VME processor board based on Intel® Atom™ Processor E3800 2 x PMC/XMC module interfaces for local I/O expansion On board solid state disk options