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RDS announces the latest AAEON products with 6th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors

Now available from Review Display Systems (RDS) is a new product range utilising the 6th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors. A technology that means products can be developed today which enable IoT solutions for tomorrow.

The latest Com Express Type 6 Modules are AAEON’s COM-SKUC6 and COM-SKHB6. The COM-SKHB6 features a quad-core Intel® Core™ i7 processor (H-series), memory support is boosted with up to 32 GB of DDR4-2133 MHz with ECC memory as an option, as well as support for the 4K resolution standard. Applications include solutions for gaming as well as control & automation. The COM-SKUC6 utilises the power-saving dual core Intel Core processor (U-Series) and because of its compact form-factor is ideal for more mobile-oriented applications.

Also available now are the latest Industrial Motherboards utilising the 6th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors (S series), the EMB-H110B, EMB-Q170A, EMB-Q170B and IMBM-Q170, which are now capable of supporting up to 16, 32 and 64 GB of DDR4-2133MHz. The newer and faster M2 connectors are part of the EMB boards and, to facilitate digital signage and kiosk applications, they come with HDMI/DisplayPort combo ports.They are also able to support triple simultaneous displays with HDMI, DisplayPort, LVDS and eDP options.Utilising the latest Intel® Active Management Technology and the Intel® Ethernet Connection 1219 chipset the IMBM-Q71A is ideal for industrial automation and banking applications, with its capability of remote management.

A network appliance, the FWS-7820, has scaled-up connectivity and high-density networking, benefits due to the support of DDR4 memory which allows a maximum of 64 GB of ECC memory to be used. Up to 38 Ethernet ports can be supported from the device itself as well as four swappable Network Interface Modules (NIM). These include an eight-port module with 1 GbE per port, a four-port module with 10 GbE and a two-port module with 40 GbE all from AAEON’s NIM selection.

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