New SBC powered by Intel’s Apollo Lake Atom, Celeron and Pentium processors

Backplane Systems Technology announces the release of iBASE Technology’s
new IB818 3.5″ single board computers (SBC), powered by Intel’s latest
Apollo Lake Atom, Celeron and Pentium processors. These SBCs are designed for
both industrial and commercial applications including IoT, factory automation,
self-service kiosks, and POS systems.

The IB818 is a 3.5-inch SBC that can be powered by the Intel Atom QC
x7-E3950, Pentium QC N4200 or Celeron DC N3350 processor, providing significant
improvement in both CPU and graphical performance when compared with previous
generations. The IB818 equipped with the Intel Atom x7-E3950 supports extended
temperature of -40¡C to +85¡C, making it suitable for indoor and outdoor
installations.

Key features of the IB818 single board computers include up to 8GB of SO-DIMM
memory; wide variety of I/O including 2 x GbE LAN ports, 4 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB
2.0, 4 x COM and 2 x SATAIII; flexible expansion available with 2 x Mini PCI-E
slots (full-size and half-size); 12V~24V DC wide-range power input; integrated
with the Intel Gen9 graphics engine equipped with 18 execution units for high
throughput and acceleration; three simultaneous displays via HDMI 1.4b and dual
LVDS display interfaces delivering stunning graphics performance and
crystal-clear 4K resolution output, meeting the requirements of both gaming and
digital signage customers; 102mm by 147mm in size; and heat sink and cable kit
supplied optionally.

For further information, please visit the Backplane
Systems Technology website www.backplane.com.au
or call (02) 9457 6400.

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