- June 07, 2016
- ADLINK Technology
June 7, 2016 - ADLINK Technology, Inc., a provider of intelligent computing platforms, has announced the release of the MVP-6000 Series, the first in its latest line of fanless embedded computing platforms. The MVP-6000 Series incorporates the 6th Generation Intel Core processor, and is designed for superior computing performance, boosted by up to 30% over previous generation CPUs. Integrating ADLINK’s proven fanless construction, as featured in its Matrix product line, the MVP-6000 meets the challenges of harsh environments for any industrial automation operation.
PCIe x16 and PCI slots optimize expansion capability, with single-side I/O access benefit practically any industrial automation application, with a special suitability for those in need of a rugged and compact platform with comprehensive I/O coverage. In addition, integration of ADLINK’s complete range of fully pre-verified motion, vision and I/O cards is designed for compatibility and conveniencein the most demanding industrial applications.
The MVP-6000 Series provides dual-channel DDR4 SO-DIMM sockets for up to 32 GB of memory, and the Intel HD Graphics 530 boosts graphics performance. Dual independent displays are fully supported, with 1 VGA, 1 DVI and 2 DisplayPorts, 2 software-programmable RS-232/422/485 + 2 RS-232 ports, 3 Intel GbE ports with teaming function, 6 external USB ports (4 USB 3.0 +2 USB 2.0), and 8CH DI and 8CH DO.
ADLINK Technology is enabling the Internet of Things (IoT) with innovative embedded computing solutions for edge devices, intelligent gateways and cloud services. ADLINK's products are application-ready for industrial automation, communications, medical, defense, transportation, and infotainment industries. The product range includes motherboards, blades, chassis, modules, and systems based on industry standard form factors, as well as an extensive line of test & measurement products, smart touch computers, displays and handhelds that support the global transition to always connected systems.
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