Industrial computers from ADLINK feature Intel Atom SoC processors

March 31, 2015
ADLINK Technology Inc. has announced the release of its MXE200/200i series of compact, fanless embedded computers, which are based on Intel Atom SoC E3845/E3826 processors.  

ADLINK Technology Inc. has announced the release of its MXE200/200i series of compact, fanless embedded computers, which are based on Intel Atom SoC E3845/E3826 processors. The embedded PCs feature two GigE LAN, two COM, one HDMI, two USB 2.0, and one USB 3.0 host port, along with four optional isolated DI and four isolated DO w/ interrupt support, dual mini PCIe slots with one mSATA support and USIM socket support communication with connections such as WiFi, BT, 3G and LTE, to ensure interoperability between systems and maximum industrial connectivity to meet specific industrial needs. The MXE-200i model features full support for the Intel Internet of Things Gateway, integrated Wind River Intelligent Device Platform XT, McAfee Embedded Control, and ADLINK’s proprietary Smart Embedded Management Agent (SEMA) Cloud solution. The computers are suitable for use in intelligent transportation, industrial automation, facility management, and Internet of Things (MXE-200i only).

To Learn More:

Contact: ADLINK Technology, Inc.
Headquarters: San Jose, CA, USA
Product:
MXE200 and MXE200i embedded computers.
Key Features: on Intel Atom SoC E3845/E3826 processors, two GigE LAN, two COM, one HDMI, two USB 2.0, and one USB 3.0 host port.

What ADLINK says:
View more information on the MXE200.
View more information on the MXE200i.

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