ASDM-L-CFS: Powerful, Flexible Smart Display Solution
AAEON, a leading developer in embedded solutions, announces the ASDM-L-CFS smart display module, the first board built to the Intel® SDM Large (SDM-L) form factor to support socket type 8th and 9th Generation Intel® Core™ processors. The ASDM-L-CFS provides uses with a powerful, flexible solution to powering a range of applications including Edge Computing.
The ASDM-L-CFS supports the 8th/9th Generation Intel® Core™ i3/i5/i7, Celeron® and Pentium® processors (formerly Coffee Lake and Coffee Lake Refresh). It is the first board to feature desktop performance processors on the SDM-L form factor, and pairs the processor with up to 32 GB DDR4 SODIMM memory to help maximize computing performance. It is also the first SDM-L board to support Wireless vPro technology from Intel, allowing for remote management of the system without needing to connect directly to it.
Using the 8th/9th Generation Intel Core processors provide a significant boost over previous generations, along with a more powerful Intel® UHD graphics controller to deliver high resolution images for brilliant displays. Display output is handled thanks to HDMI 2.0 and DP1.2 support through the edge connector.
The ASDM-L-CFS provides users with a host of features to unlock greater flexibility and expansion options. The board offers users both an M.2 2242 B Key and M.2 2230 E Key, allowing users to quickly add storage and Wi-Fi capabilities. The ASDM-L-CFS also features an onboard Gigabit Ethernet LAN port, and two USB 3.2 ports (up to 10Gb/s support with Q370 socket).
The ASDM-L-CFS is backed by the industry leading support only available through AAEON. From fast technical service to manufacturer services and OEM/ODM support, AAEON provides developers and systems integrators the reliable service needed to shorten deployment times and reduce time to market. AAEON offers end-to-end support for the ASDM-L-CFS, with a pre-built chassis or the ready-built carrier board, ASDM-CRB-A11; AAEON can also assist clients with developing their own carrier boards and chassis.
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