Scalable system platforms run the 4th Generation Intel Core and Xeon processors
June 04, 2013 // Julien Happich
Employing 4th generation Intel Core i7/i5 processors and the Intel Q87 chipset, Advantech has developed a series of industrial-grade embedded boards in a range of form factors: PICMG 1.3 SBC, ATX, MicroATX, and Mini-ITX.
These are the PCE-5128, AIMB-784, AIMB-584, and AIMB-274. Moreover, based on the 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor and mobile Intel QM87 Express chipset, Advantech is also launching the COM Express basic module SOM-5894, CompactPCI board MIC-3396, and VPX board MIC-6311 to provide a significant performance improvement in floating-point-intensive computations, smooth flash playback and rich 2D/3D graphics, and support for three independent symmetrical displays.
Advantech has also implemented Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 V3 and Intel C226 chipsets into its new server-grade motherboards ASMB-584 and ASMB-784 in order to meet higher computing application markets, and also support server-grade, remote control solutions. With the IPMI-1000 (Intelligent Platform Management Interface) extension module, these motherboards provide out-of-band remote management, real-time and centralized management, KVM over IP remote control, all with user-friendly UI and utilities.
These new embedded boards and modules come with multi-OS and software support, such as SUSIAccess and iMaganger, and all of them will be available from Q2 to Q3, 2013.
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