Advantech Launches the Latest Intel Core Processor-Based Embedded Platforms

Advantech Launches the Latest Intel Core Processor-Based Embedded Platforms

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Advantech (2395.TW), a leading provider of embedded IoT solutions, is happy to unveil its comprehensive range of embedded computing platforms featuring the newest 8th Gen. Intel® Core™ U-Series and Y-Series processors and 9th Gen. Intel® Core™ S and H processors.

These platforms include computer on modules SOM-5899R and SOM-6882; single-board computers MIO-5373 and MIO-5393; industrial motherboards AIMB-233, AIMB-276AIMB-286AIMB-506, and AIMB-586; as well as Embedded PCs EPC-C301 and EPC-T2286.

Built with Intel’s latest processors and Advantech WISE-PaaS/DeviceOn, an IoT device operations and management solution, these embedded platforms combine fantastic performance per watt, fast connectivity, and easy operations management—making them the ideal choice for visual computing, IoT, industrial, retail, healthcare, transportation applications, and more.

Exceptional Performance and Connectivity for AIoT

The latest 8th Gen. Intel® Core™ U-Series and Y-Series processors and 9th Gen. Intel® Core™ S and H processors deliver high performance per watt and enable faster wireless speeds meeting the increasing requirements for graphics, computing, and data consolidation capabilities in the AIoT era. Enhancements include up to 30% increase in computing and graphics performance with the 8th Gen. Intel® Core™ U-Series and Y-Series processors, and up to a 22% increase with the 9th Gen. Intel® Core™ S/H processors, compared to previous generations.

Advantech developed its latest series of embedded boards and systems based on Intel’s technologies in a wide range of form factors, including the COM Express Basic Module SOM-5899R, COM Express Compact Module SOM-6882, the 3.5” SBC MIO-5373, and the MIO-5393. Additional form factors include the Mini-ITX Motherboard AIMB-233, AIMB-276AIMB-286, the MicroATX Motherboard AIMB-506, AIMB-586, and the Embedded PCs EPC-C301 and EPC-T2286.

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