The manufacturer created the stackable architecture MI/O Extension Single Board Computer as a SBC design with flexible and multiple I/O support (hence the name MI/O) and united extended interface connector. The new MI/O Extension Single Board Computer: MIO-5290, based on the 3rd generation Intel ® Core™ processors with QM77 chipset, supports either 1600MHz DDR3 or low power 1333MHz DDR3L, USB 3.0, SATA III (600 MB/s), AMT 8.0, and can drive three independent displays (two DP combine with any other device). MIO-5290 provide not only the powerful computing capability but also a great graphic capacity platform. It’s suitable to aim various high level embedded applications.
The EPIC-BDU7, harnesses the full potential of the processors’ Ultra Low Power (ULP) technology to bring its required wattage down to a mere 15W, allowing a fanless configuration. Graphics capabilities are enhanced with the support for the latest Ultra HD (4k resolution) videos and triple simultaneous display.
The EPIC-BDU7 comes equipped with Intel®’s 5th Generation Core™ Processors, delivering high performance at a very low power consumption of 15W. Intel®’s latest processors bring enhanced graphics processing capabilities with support for 4K resolution video and media content while offering 3-independent displays from the board’s LVDS, VGA, DisplayPort, and eDP options. Support for the latest operating systems and today’s high speed I/O devices are available in this new generation of product.
The VDX2-6554 PC/104 family of embedded controller is designed with backward compatibility in mind, to provide migration path for projects facing end-of-life challenges with their existing x86 based PC/104 controller. The VDX2-6554 family of controller is designed as a plug in replacement, with backward compatibility to support legacy software to help extend existing product life cycle without heavy re-engineering.