Elkhart Lake Processors Power Thin Mini-ITX motherboards for IoT applications
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Elkhart Lake Processors Power Thin Mini-ITX motherboards for IoT applications

To support the next generation of IoT edge devices, Intel has developed a new line of processors enhanced for IoT. In comparison to 14nm generation processors, the new Elkhart Lake processor offers up to 1.7x better single thread, 1.5x better multi-thread, and 2x better graphic...

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Compact 3.5 inch iBase IB386 SBC Featuring Intel Elkhart Lake SoC
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Compact 3.5 inch iBase IB386 SBC Featuring Intel Elkhart Lake SoC

In December 2020, we saw iBase unveiled the release of the 10th generation intel core Mini ITX motherboard. Now, the company has announced its compact 3.5-inch iBase IB386 SBC featuring Elkhart Lake SoC. There was another 3.5-inch ECM-EHL SBC which had a similar Elkhart Lake SoC but, it...

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Neousys Technology Launches POC-40 Series, A New-generation of Extreme Ultra-compact Fanless Computers with Intel® Elkhart Lake Atom® x6211E Processor
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Neousys Technology Launches POC-40 Series, A New-generation of Extreme Ultra-compact Fanless Computers with Intel® Elkhart Lake Atom® x6211E Processor

Neousys Technology, an industry-leading provider of rugged embedded systems, today announced its new extreme ultra-compact fanless embedded computer, the POC-40. Featuring Intel's latest Atom processor and a 2.5-inch SSD-like dimension measuring just 50 mm (W) x 87 mm (D) x 112 mm (H),...

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ECM-EHL 3.5-inch SBC Powered by New Intel Elkhart Lake SoC
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ECM-EHL 3.5-inch SBC Powered by New Intel Elkhart Lake SoC

Intel has introduced the new Atom x6000E series and Intel Pentium and Celeron N and J series, processors. They are part of the new Elkhart Lake processor (14 nm process) family. These processors are primarily targeted towards embedded and IoT applications. As we have seen...

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