the acrosser all-in-one gaming board ace-b5290 has been selected as a winner of 2010 taiwan excellence. the taiwan excellence is an award that is delivered by the ministry of economic affairs (moea) and taiwan external trade development council (taitra) to encourage taiwan industries to upgrade and incorporate innovalue into their products. ace-b5290 was selected from among 717 products submitted from 325 contestants.
the taiwan excellence awards selection is based on four different criteria: r&d, design, quality, and marketing. each product must score evenly well in each category in ordered to be selected. an international panel of judges are invited to participate in this honorable selection in which the finalists surface after several evaluations. this is an annual event which has a well-known and quality assured reputation that is highly honored. the taiwan excellence awards products are designated with the red interwoven arc symbol of taiwan excellence, which is the mark of product distinction and superior quality.
the ace-b5290 includes the functionality of a sbc, as well as, gaming i/o and security features. it supports the intel® pentium® m & celeron® m cpu, providing mounting flexibility for gaming applications as well as offering great performance.
the key features of the ace-b5290 include:
* jamma and 72 pin golden finger interface
* 30 optical isolated interrupt driven digital inputs
* 27 high current digital outputs
* intrusion logger
* cctalk ports
* dual 256kb battery back-up sram with battery low monitoring
* 4 x 16-bit timers
* hardware true random number generator
* ibutton, protectu® & eeprom for software security
the ace-b5290 bridges acrosser’s innovative gaming solution and intel’s low power technology to bring an optimum combination of performance and gaming features. all these key features integrated into a compact solution that is small in size, power efficient, quiet running, and rich in gaming i/o.
the ace-b5290 offers a perfect solution for all gaming machine manufacturers who needs a pc based gaming board comply with gli, bmm, comma 6a and most other international gaming jurisdictions.