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Range extended with Intel based single board computers

BVM has added three Intel based devices from Jetway to its single board computer portfolio.

The NP59 is a Pico-ITX format board measuring 100 x 72mm. Featuring the Intel Braswell N3160 processor clocked at 2.24GHz, the board has 4Gbyte of RAM and supports 2560 x 1600 DisplayPort graphics at 60Hz. A SATAIII storage port, Gigabit LAN port, two USB3.0 ports and a full size Mini-PCIe slot are standard.

Optimised for fanless system use, the NF3A 3.5in (148 x 102 mm) series features a choice of Intel Celeron N2930/N2807/Atom E3827 low power SoC Bay Trail processors running at 1.83GHz, with up to 8Gbyte of RAM. Two displays are supported via DVI-I and 24bit LVDS. Other features include a SATAII port, an mSATA/Mini-PCIe shared slot, a half size PCIe slot, two Gigabit LAN ports and two USB2.0 ports.

The most powerful unit of the three is said to be the NF693, which uses the H110 chipset with Core i3, i5, i7 and Pentium Skylake processors in the LGA1151 socket and up to 32Gbyte of RAM. Two displays, with a choice of HDMI 3840 x 2160 at 24 Hz and DisplayPort and embedded DisplayPort 4096 x 2304 at 60Hz, are supported. Two SATAIII storage ports, a combined mPCIe/mSATA slot, a PCIe x16 slot two Gigabit LAN ports and four USB3.0 ports are standard.

BVM family will be extending its portfolio with additional Jetway SBCs.

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Graham Pitcher

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