AAEON’s de next-TGU8 Breaks Through Board Space Limitations in Single Board Computing

AAEON’s de next-TGU8 Breaks Through Board Space Limitations in Single Board Computing

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In a major breakthrough in single board computing, AAEON introduces the de next-TGU8, the smallest board featuring an on-board Intel® Core™ i-level processor ever created, measuring just 3.31” x 2.17” (84mm x 55mm).

Offering up to 4 cores, with 8 threads, the 11th Generation Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3/Celeron® Processor (formerly Tiger Lake-UP3) provides the de next-TGU8 with the kind of high-performance power never-before-seen in a board so small.

This power ensures users can utilize the potential of the de next-TGU8’s 16GB onboard LPDDR4x memory and expandability. It has an M.2 2280 M-Key (PCIe [x2]) to enable AI acceleration, Wi-Fi, and 4G modules. The de next-TGU8 also provides an FPC slot for PCIe [x4] Gen 3 with a Riser kit, for additional storage or more advanced graphics options to go along with its Intel® UHD Graphics.

Despite being such a small board, the de next-TGU8 is equipped with a sophisticated interface featuring dual RJ45 ethernet ports, two USB 3.2 Gen2, and four USB 2.0 slots, along with a dual display interface via HDMI and eDP ports.

Because of these features, AAEON believes the de next-TGU8 to be the product to usher in the next generation of edge AI applications in drone and robotics technology.

For more information about the new de next-TGU8, visit its product page or contact an AAEON sales representative.

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