? MIX-H310A1: Powering Your Vision for Industry 4.0
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MIX-H310A1: Powering Your Vision for Industry 4.0

Published: Jan 22,2019

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AAEON has announced its launch of MIX-H310A1, a next-generation industrial motherboard in mini-ITX form factor powered by 8th Generation Intel Core processor family (formerly Coffee Lake) for applications requiring high-performance computing and graphic-intensive systems.

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MIX-H310A1 is AAEON’s latest innovation of its Mini-ITX industrial motherboard line, empowered by 8th Generation Intel Core processor family (formerly Coffee Lake), which optimizes the processor performance over previous generations by offering up to 6 cores, each with hyper-threading capability. With the optimized performance by increased core count and the refined graphic engines, MIX-H310A1 meets the requirements for graphic-intensive and high-performance computing applications in machine vision, kiosk and robotics.

Designed as the embedded solution for IoT and A.I. applications, MIX-H310A1 comes with four Intel - powered Gigabit LAN ports for connections with IP cameras, which are critical for image processing and recognition tasks such as machine vision, kiosks, facial recognition and robotics. The LAN port density can be further expanded with compatible adapter devices.

With the integrated graphics processors of the 8th Generation Intel Core processor family, MIX-H310A1 supports 4K display, as well as mainstream display functionality including HDMI 1.4 and HDCP (optional) to boost A.I.-enabled image analysis and processing.

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