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DFI announces N3000 industrial motherboards

September 172015
DFI announces N3000 industrial motherboards

September 17, 2015 - DFI announces N3000 industrial motherboards based on the latest Intel Pentium/Celeron processors.

Using Intel’s 14nm packing technology, the motherboards are able to deliver ultra-low power consumption (average of only 5 watts) and provide better computing and graphic performance compared to previous generations. The boards are available in several form factors that include Thin Mini-ITX with wide voltage, COM Express and Qseven modules, 3.5” Single Board Computers, and 2.5” Pico-ITX.

The boards are equipped with enhanced Intel Gen 8 graphics which provides better graphics, improved media acceleration, and three independent displays with up to 4K resolution (3840x2160). Furthermore, the platform allows higher data processing rates through better I/O support like SATA 3.0 interface for faster storage capability and up to 4 USB 3.0 ports enabling real-time responses and transmission targeting on growing smart solutions.

The boards and Computer-On-Modules feature excellent performance at low-power consumption, low-profile fanless design with high reliability, and rich I/O connectivity which seamlessly connects peripherals to satisfy a wide range of requirements. As a result, they are the perfect solutions for energy-saving and graphics-demanding applications such like industrial automation.

Established in 1981, DFI is a leading supplier of high-performance computing technology worldwide. With more than 34 years of experience, DFI focuses on innovative design and manufacture of leading-edge board and system level products for embedded applications requiring strict revision control and long life availability. DFI uses the latest technology platforms and manufacturing techniques to produce cost-effective products for use in medical diagnostic & imaging, A/POS, industrial control, kiosk, security & surveillance, digital signage, gaming, and other embedded applications.