NLX motherboard

NLX motherboard

(New Low-Profile EXtended motherboard) A low-profile PC motherboard from Intel for slimline cases, introduced in 1987. Unlike boards for desktop and tower cases that hold the expansion cards perpendicular to the board, cards plug into a riser card on the NLX and are parallel with the board. See PC motherboards.
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The effort, which has been under development for some time (CI No 3,497), is comparable to the establishment of ATX and NLX motherboard form factors now established in the PC desktop space.
For example, real-world tasks such as taking a BTX or an NLX motherboard, plugging it in and configuring it are all combined in one lab for the most realistic learning experience.
Nasdaq:RSYS), a leading global designer and manufacturer of embedded computing solutions used by OEMs in the telecommunications, automation and other industries, today announced the immediate availability of first customer samples of its SF810 micro NLX motherboard with volume production scheduled for May.
Common NLX motherboard and components across all three chassis
The IBM PC 300GL is also available as a 4X4 desktop or 6X6 minitower with an NLX motherboard and advanced chassis design for easy upgrades.
line of commercial desktops with the same NLX motherboard,
Targeted at the volume PC assembly, imaging, gaming and simulator markets, the TC440 NLX motherboard offers high performance at low cost.
The Equium series is based on Intel's NLX motherboard and uses common components across all its 7000 and 7100 models, including the slimline and full-size desktops and new mini-towers.
Based on the Intel industry-standard NLX specification, Toshiba couples an NLX motherboard with a revolutionary new chassis design.
A low profile NLX motherboard plugs into an NLX riser, which carries PCI and ISA expansion slots, disk, floppy and audio connectors, and the power input connector.