06 Aug 2018

Upgrades to industrial motherboards with 8th generation Intel Core processors

Advantech, a supplier of industrial communication solutions, has upgraded a wide range of its platforms, including industrial ATX motherboards, slot single-board computers (SBCs), modular IPCs, industrial server boards, and transportation platforms have been fitted with 8th generation Intel Core i/Xeon E Family processors.

These 8th generation Intel Core i/Xeon E Family processors deliver 25% performance boost with six cores. Equipped with a 9th generation Intel graphics engine, Intel Core i/Xeon E Family processors offer rapid video acceleration, three independent 4K Ultra HD displays, and support USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gb/s). These new processors are ideal for powering intelligent systems aimed at diverse markets, such as video surveillance, medical, industrial automation, and transportation infrastructure.

8th Gen Intel Core i Technology Advances Intelligent Systems

Advantech has upgraded several of its intelligent system product lines with 8th generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 and Xeon E Family processors. Product lines upgraded include, the PCE-5131, PCE-5031, and PCE-7131 series of the industrial-grade PICMG 1.3 single-board computer (SBC) line; the AIMB-786 and AIMB-706 series of the ATX form factor line; and the ASMB-586 and ASMB-786 series of the server-grade motherboard line have been upgraded.

In addition to Intel’s latest processors, the PCE-5131, PCE-5031, and PCE-7131 industrial-grade PICMG 1.3 SBCs are equipped with multiple backplanes, diverse I/O, and various expansion slots to provide unrivaled flexibility and performance.

The Advantech ATX motherboard line, AIMB-786 and AIMB-706 series support up to 7 expansion slots. With the inclusion of Intel Core family processors, these motherboards offer high-performance computing and a wide range of system capabilities to support demanding industrial applications that require seamless upgrades, long-term support, proven reliability, and strict revision control.

Equipped with an upgraded Intel Core i7/i5/i3/Xeon E Family processor with DDR4 memory, the ASMB-586 and ASMB-786 server-grade motherboards can easily deliver increased computing efficiency for applications that require high-performance computing.

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