CSB1725e-DiscoDuo - Marvell MV78200 MXM System On a Module (SOM)

The CSB1725, designed, developed and manufactured by Cogent Computer Systems, Inc., is a high performance,
network oriented, ARMv5TE based System on a Module (SOM). The CSB1725 provides a small, powerful and flexible
engine for extended temperature, embedded Linux based 10/100/1000 networking and storage applications. The
features of the CSB1725 are listed below.

Feature Description
Core 1.0Ghz Dual Superscalar ARMv5TE Cores, 32KB I/D and 512K L2 Cache
Floating Point Unit IEEE 754 Compliant Single/Double Precision
SDRAM 2GByte 64-Bit Wide DDR2-667 with 8-Bit ECC
NAND FLASH 512MByte 8-Bit Wide SLC NAND Flash
PCI Express Ports One x4 Port, Root Complex or Endpoint, and Two x1 Ports Root Complex Only
GIGe Copper Ports Dual 10/100/1000 Ethernet Ports
CPU SERDES Port Dual 10/100/1000 SGMII/Fiber Ports
SATA Ports Dual Gen I and Gen II
SDIO Port 4-Bit SD/MMC, Memory only (via USB Controller)
SSI Port n/a
I2S/AC97 n/a
UART Ports Two 4-Wire UARTS, up to 920K Baud
CAN Ports n/a
SPI Port n/a (used by on-board NOR Flash)
USB Ports Dual USB2.0 480Mbit Host Ports
I2C Ports Dual 100Khz/400Khz, Master and Slave Support
Real Time Clock DS1339 RTC with External Battery Input
XOR Engine

Dual Channel with iSCSI CRC32C Mode

Security Offload

DES, 3DES, AES128, AES256, SHA-1 and MD5

Boot Options SPI (Default) and NAND
Power Management 8-Bit AVR Micro supports Power Sequence, Configuration and Thermal Management
Form Factor Cogent MXM, 70mm x 75mm, Air and Conduction Cooling Options
JTAG Standard ARM JTAG Interface (Header is off board)
Power 8V to 26V input, On-Board 3.3V/8Amp Regulator (up to 4A is available off board)
Operating Temp -40C to +85C (proper thermal management required)
Target Board CSB1701 Micro-ATX Development Board
Boot Monitor U-boot
Datasheet CSB1725e datasheet
Board Photo Contact Cogent
Users Manual Contact Cogent
Linux BSP 2.6.37 or greater
Price Contact Cogent
Availability Status Production




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June 7, 2012