Mini-ITX embedded computer offers increased bandwidth

21st February 2018
Alice Matthews

UK manufacturer of high-performance industrial computers, Amplicon, has announced plans to continue its commitment to innovative, new product development in 2018 and will be introducing brand new Industrial computers every month. The first release is the Amplicon Impact-R 156/157, a powerful Mini-ITX embedded computer, designed to outperform in industrial applications that require demanding expansion functionality.

The Amplicon Impact-R 156/157 Mini-ITX embedded computer features a sleek and compact design suited to desktop, rack and wall mounting.

The new systems utilise the Intel Q170 chipset, delivering support for both 6th and 7th generation Intel Core processors as well as offering increased bandwidth, full integration and functional expansion making them suitable for gaming, kiosk, digital signage, medical/healthcare, defence and industrial automation applications.

The Impact-R 156/157 offers advanced features, including 4GB pre-installed DDR4 memory (up to 32GB), RAID 0/1 compatibility and ultra-fast transfer speeds for critical operations where data security is top priority. In addition, the new models feature a local SIM card slot, enabling cellular connectivity options for applications where cabling or WiFi is restricted, such as on-road vehicle applications.

Furthermore, the Impact-R 156/157 comes with three display outputs for monitoring purposes and can be purchased with an optional DVD drive and wall/rackmount kit, helping businesses to implement their embedded computing needs with ease.

Gavin Chalkley, Industrial Computing Specialist at Amplicon commented: “Amplicon has a history of introducing innovative computing products that match the demanding requirements of the industrial market. Our team of designers and engineers pay close attention to our customers’ needs and the new Impact-R 156/157 embedded PC is the result of our customer-focused approach."

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