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Long Life Cycle Mini-ITX Series Follows Strict Form, Fit, Function Design Principle

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A series of new Mini-ITX computing platforms is ready for use as commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) solutions for infotainment (gaming/retail), medical, and industrial automation applications that require rich I/O options and high performance graphics capabilities.

The high-performance Mini-ITX boards from Adlink are based on both fourth generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 desktop processors and AMD Embedded Second Generation R-Series APUs. These high-end boards specifically target the infotainment and industrial automation markets. Boards come with unique hardware features, such as support for both a PEG x16 card slot and an additional PCIe x1 I/O card slot. Additional features include a removable BIOS chip, a vertical USB port for security dongles, and SATA docking sockets to accommodate SATA-DOM. All boards feature dual power inputs that allow for use of either a single 12V-DC power supply or a standard ATX power supply. The boards also offer up to four serial ports (RS232/422/485) and multiple USB 2.0/3.0 ports.

Entry level Mini-ITX boards are based on the latest Intel Atom processor roadmap and mainly focus on industrial automation and medical applications. These Intel Atom processor-based Mini-ITX boards are also available in Extreme Rugged versions for operation in -40°C to +85°C environment. Adlink’s new series of Mini-ITX platforms follows our proven industrial design process, including highly accelerated life testing (HALT), extended operating temperature, MIL-STD, and shock & vibration. Adlink’s Mini-ITX boards are offered with a seven year product availability.

All of Adlink’s Mini-ITX boards come equipped with Smart Embedded Management Agent (SEMA), enabling on-premises management and control of distributed devices. Adlink’s SEMA-equipped devices connect seamlessly to the company’s SEMA Cloud solution to enable remote monitoring, autonomous status analysis, custom data collection, and initiation of appropriate actions. All collected data, including sensor measurements and management commands, are available through a web interface or via API from any place, at any time via encrypted data connection.

ADLINK Technology, San Jose, CA

(408) 360-0200.