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Axiomtek’s 6th-Gen Intel Core Industrial ATX Motherboard with Optimum Performance

Published: Oct 24,2016

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Axiomtek launched a new IMB501, an ATX industrial motherboard powered by the LGA1151 socket 6th generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3, Pentium & Celeron processors (formally codename: Skylake) with Intel H110 chipset.

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The IMB501 utilizes two high bandwidth 288-pin DDR4-2133/1866 with system memory up to 32GB to meet the needs for high memory capacity and high data transfer speed. The upcoming industrial-grade ATX motherboard offers long-term support and upgradeability that can ensure the best performance and lifespan for its extended industrial computer system.

The ATX mainboard is suitable for industrial automation, factory automation, advanced communication, gaming, entertainment, POS/kiosk, surveillance, medical, just to name a few.

The Intel Skylake-based ATX form factor motherboard comes with multiple high-speed I/Os including two RS-232/422/485 ports, four RS-232 ports, one PS/2 keyboard & mouse, four USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, two Gigabit LAN ports, and eight channels digital I/O, HDMI, DisplayPort and VGA interfaces. One PCI Express Mini Card and one SIM card socket are for wireless communication options.

Moreover, the 6th generation Intel CoreTM-based embedded motherboard comes with three SATA-600 and one mSATA to offer optional extensive storage for customers To ensure reliable operation, the IMB501 motherboard supports watchdog timer and hardware monitoring features. The new embedded board runs well with Windows 7, and Windows 10 operating systems.

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