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NVIDIA MXM compatible motherboard for AIoT applications

12th December 2019
Alex Lynn

IBASE Technology has announced a new NVIDIA MXM compatible motherboard designed for AIoT applications. The MT800M-P supports the latest 8th Generation Intel Core processor family, enabling customers to benefit from optimised processing and graphics performance and enhance I/O capability.

With the increasing demand of AI-enabled inference platforms, IBASE has developed the MT800M-P with an MXM socket for NVIDIA’s graphics cards (up to 190w) with GPU acceleration to harness its cutting-edge performance and responsiveness to power currently prevalent AI services such as speech recognition, image analysis, visual search and media processing.

“Combined with the latest MXM 3.0/3.1 GPU modules, the MT800M-P leverages the advantages of the NVIDIA’s GPU technology to deliver parallel processing performance with unmatched power efficiency,” said Archer Chien, Director of IBASE Solution Product Planning Department. “The MT800M-P is suitable for artificial intelligence applications in the retail, banking and transportation industries.”

In addition to four display interfaces and 32GB system memory support, MT800M-P offers rich network connectivity with four Gigabit Ethernet and high speed I/O peripheral expandability through its six USB 3.1, two USB 2.0, two SATA III, and six serial ports. Expansion is provided by a fast PCIe x16, a Mini PCIe and an M.2 (M-key) slot.

The board measures 270 by 220mm and has 24V power input. It runs on both Windows 10 and Linux Ubuntu operating systems.

MT800M-P features:

  • 8th Gen Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processors
  • Two DDR4 SO-DIMM, Max. 32GB
  • Four Intel Gigabit LAN
  • Two DisplayPort, one DVI-D, one VGA
  • Six USB 3.1, two USB 2.0, two SATA III, six COM
  • One PCI-Ex16 (three PCI-E four signal, optional riser card), one Mini PCI-E socket, one M.2 (M-key)
  • One MXM socket supports NVIDIA MXM GPU card (Up to 190W)

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