AAEON’s MXM-ACMA Pairs Intel Arc Graphics with a Quadruple-Display Interface for Multiscreen Digital Signage Solutions

AAEON’s MXM-ACMA Pairs Intel Arc Graphics with a Quadruple-Display Interface for Multiscreen Digital Signage Solutions

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Combining Intel® Arc™ graphics with a quad display interface, AAEON’s new MXM-ACMA is tailor-made for augmenting digital signage, edge AI, and healthcare imaging solutions.

AAEON, a leading provider of industrial and embedded computing solutions, has released the MXM-ACMA, a new embedded graphics module featuring Intel® Arc™ A-Series graphics.

The MXM-ACMA is AAEON’s first product to be built on the MXM 3.1 Type A form factor, designed to deliver enhanced performance and computational capabilities for applications including digital signage, gaming, edge AI, and healthcare imaging.

Highlights:

  • Intel® Arc™ A370M or Intel® Arc™ A350M GPUs
  • 28 Intel® Xe Matrix Extension (Intel® XMX) engines
  • Up to eight Xe-cores
  • DP++ 1.4 or HDMI 2.1 interfaces x 4
  • OpenCL™, OpenGL®, OpenVINO™, and DirectX 12 Ultimate

Equipped with 4GB of GDDR6 memory, ray tracing, and Intel® Deep Link Technologies, the MXM-ACMA can expedite data handling and optimize rendering capabilities. With a choice of Intel® Arc™ A370M or Intel® Arc™ A350M GPUs, the MXM-ACMA provides up to 128 Intel® Xe Matrix Extension (Intel® XMX) engines across up to eight Xe-cores to substantially boost compute power for AI workloads. Meanwhile, its ray tracing technology provides users with a platform to accelerate training and inference processes for machine learning models.

MXM-ACMA front view

 

MXM-ACMA back view

The MXM-ACMA supports four display outputs through DP++ 1.4 or HDMI 2.1 interfaces, providing a wide range of visual setup options. This capability ensures reliable connectivity and high-quality visuals, making it suitable for applications such as multi-screen digital signage installations and interactive gaming environments.

Features

  • Intel® Arc™ A370M/A350M Embedded GPU, up to 8 Xe-cores
  • 4GB GDDR6 Memory
  • PCIe 4.0 [x8] Interface
  • DP++ 1.4/HDMI 2.1 x 4
  • Standard MXM 3.1 Type A form factor
  • OpenCL™/OpenGL®/oneAPI/Direct X12/Ray Tracing Support

As with most of AAEON’s solutions, the MXM-ACMA boasts an industrial temperature range of 32°F ~ 140°F (0°C ~ 60°C), while also supporting both Windows and Ubuntu for flexible development potential. The module also leverages a variety of open-source, cross-platform development tools including OpenCL™, OpenGL®, OpenVINO™, and DirectX 12 Ultimate, courtesy of its Intel® Arc™ A-Series graphics base.

The MXM-ACMA is now available for order via both the eShop and the contact form on the AAEON website.

For more information about the MXM-ACMA, please visit our product page.

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