WIN Enterprises Announces IoT Gateway mini-ITX Platform with 9th/8th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor

WIN Enterprises Announces IoT Gateway mini-ITX Platform with 9th/8th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor

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WIN Enterprises, Inc., a leading designer, and manufacturer of embedded x86 motherboards and appliances for electronic OEMs announce the MB-50050 a mini-ITX SBC to serve as the basis for a flexible, general-purpose IoT gateway or factory process-monitoring work station. The board features a 9th/8th Gen Intel Core processor for high performance, factory-process visualization support, and communications from factory line to Cloud. Additional expansibility for device and sensor support is also provided.

Features

  • 2 DDR4 2666MHz SODIMM up to 32GB
  • Dual independent displays: DP++ + DP++, DP++ + HDMI, DP++ + LVDS/eDP, HDMI+ LVDS/eDP
  • DP++ resolution supports up to 4096×2304 @ 60Hz
  • Storage: 2 SATA 3.0
  • Multiple Expansion Capability: 1 PCIe x4 Gen 3, 1 mSATA, 1 M.2 2280 M Key, 1 M.2 2230 E Key
  • Storage: 2 SATA 3.0
  • Rich I/O: 2 Intel GbE, 4 COM, 4 USB 3.1 Gen 1, 4 USB 2.0

Because IoT gateways need to provide rich serial communications capability to handle factory line input and communications, the MB-50050 was designed with robust serial communications that include 4 COM, 4 USB 3.1 Gen 1, and 4 USB 2.0, plus up to 4 expansion interfaces. The MB-50050 supports dual independent displays with one of these being high resolution (i.e., 4096×2304) to enable sophisticated process visualization of the factory-line processes.

Meaningful communications with the Cloud requires robust memory, storage, and connectivity. The MB-50050 provides this with 2x DDR4 to process the raw factory-line data into information, 2x SATA 3.0 for storage, and 2x Intel GbE LANs for communications with the Cloud and other IoT elements on the network.

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