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American Predator's Gator AT Keeps the AT Form Factor and ISA BUS Alive!

The Intel® Pentium® M And Celeron M Processors Are Now Available In A Long-Life Baby-AT Form Factor With ISA Device Support

MORGAN HILL, California (04/05/04) ---- American Predator Corporation (APC) today announced the specifications of the Gator AT™ Industrial Controller. This new design is based on the Baby-AT form factor (8.6"x11.0"), the Intel® Pentium® M and Celeron M processors, the Intel® 855GME chipset and Intel® ICH-4 I/O Controller Hub.

The Gator AT features the Intel 855GME chipset, running a 400MHz Front Side Bus and featuring up to 2 GB of dual DDR 400 SDRAM, Serial ATA, USB2.0 and dual ethernet (gigabit ethernet options). Standard features include: four (4) PCI slots, four (4) ISA slots, RS232 serial port options available: two (2) or six (6) ports (one configurable to RS422/485), AC'97 sound, POST display diagnostics, and watchdog timer.

The Gator AT continues American Predator´s commitment to providing simple, long-term, upgrade solutions. The board features a similar fit, form, and function as our Pentium® III/Raptor AT and 486/Predator747 designs. This offers customers a straightforward, hassle-free upgrade, and an extended, five to eight year product life cycle.

"American Predator's Gator line opens the horizons to a full family of Intel® Pentium® M and Celeron M processor based form factors, providing our exclusive clients with not only the latest microprocessor technologies, but the ability to have a one-stop shop for all PC-based embedded controllers," said Ed Trevis, President and CEO of American Predator.

"Our customers can count on our commitment to the highest level of focus, quality, consistency, longevity and reliability that we have been perfecting throughout the fifteen year history of our company. This dedication to excellence is what sets American Predator apart from our competition. The current state of the industrial market requires our customers to group with reliable suppliers to meet timely production obligations. Choosing American Predator is the first step to achieving design wins while maintaining that critical time-to-market."

American Predator's experienced engineering team will customize the Gator AT for the specific requirements of its customers. American Predator products are specifically engineered to operate under diverse environmental ranges and are subject to our stringent internal testing procedures. APC guarantees product longevity of five to eight years of production life cycle for all designs.

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About The Gator Line

For applications with limited ventilation and space constraints, American Predator offers the Gator Family, a full line of powerful low power designs. These power-conscious solutions provide a new level of efficiency to the industrial environment. Featured applications for low power designs include: small form factor, automobile, military, aerospace, and medical. For more information about the Gator Family,

American Predator Corporation

Founded in 1993, American Predator Corporation is a pioneer in the design and manufacturing of long-life motherboards and systems for industrial applications. American Predator offers designs based on the latest Intel® microprocessors in a full line of form factors. All products carry a five (5) to eight year (8) production guarantee reducing customer redesign and recertification costs increasing their profitability. For more information on American Predator Corporation please visit

American Predator Corporation is an Affiliate Member of the Intel Communications Alliance, a community of communications and embedded developers and solution providers. Intel has been providing silicon with life-cycle management to the embedded market for 30 years. For more information, please visit