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DFI Tech announces line of Pico-ITX boards

Provider of SWaP-optimised embedded computing solutions, DFI Tech, is offering a product line of Pico-ITX boards featuring Atom-based SoC and ARM-based processor options.

The first in the Pico-ITX series is a 6th Generation Intel Atom SoC processor with up to 8GB of DDR3L memory. The BW051 board features a SATA 3.0 interface and Mini PCIe and mSATA expansion.

The available I/O on the single board computer (SBC) includes 2 x COM, 1 x GbE, 2 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x 8-bit DIO, and 1 x SMBus. There are also display ports for 1 x LVDS and 1 x VGA or HDMI. tHE board products come with standard 7-year lifecycle support.

The SBCs come in 2.5in Pico-ITX, 3.5in SBC, and 4in SBC sizes. The company also offers embedded motherboards/systems, COM Express, PanelPCs, and rackmount computers.

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Peggy Lee

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