Mini-ITX board delivers lower cost and improved security

Mini-ITX board delivers lower cost and improved security

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Industrial PC (IPC) solutions provider Portwell has released a new mini-ITX board based on the 8th generation 14nm Intel Core processor (formerly Coffee Lake) and Intel Q370 Express chipset.
By eeNews Europe


Along with four independent video outputs, the WADE-8211 mini-ITX board includes Intel Turbo Boost Technology for faster processing, Intel vPro Technology for superior remote configuration capabilities and Intel Hyper-threading for multithreaded processing. These features translate into reduced manageability cost and improved security, making the WADE-8211 suitable for industrial automation, medical equipment, transportation and retail systems.

Designed and tested for enhanced operating temperature range up to 60°C and 24/7 continuous operation, the WADE-8211-Q370 supports up to 32GB Non-ECC DDR4 memory up to 2133MHz on two 260-pin SO-DIMM sockets making it faster than its predecessor. Its expansion interface supports one PCI Express x16 Gen3 (8.0GT/s) for enhanced video performance and support one Mini-PCIe and two M.2 slots (one M.2 Type E socket (2230) for Wireless, one M.2 Type M socket (2242/2260/2280) for SSD). The board supports four type independent displays, dual DP (Display Port), VGA and 24bit LVDS with greater 3D performance compared to its previous generation.

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