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  Date: 14/01/2013

Intel Core i7 Processor-based fanless embedded computer for graphic rich applications

ADLINK has released its latest fanless embedded computer, the MXC-6300 powered by Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processors and a QM77 chipset. The MXC-6300 targets applications requiring a compact profile, maximum computing power and graphics performance, and strong I/O capability in environmentally challenging applications, including machine vision, factory automation, maritime automation and video surveillance.

ADLINK MXC-6300 features integrated Intel HD Graphic 4000?Xoffering front-running 3D graphics processing power with up to 40% increased performance per watt compared to designs based on the 2nd gen Intel Core processors?Xand supports three simultaneous independent displays via two DisplayPorts with VGA or DVI-D. The MXC-6300 enhances high-precision imaging applications in medical, surveillance and industrial automation.

The ADLINK MXC-6300 offers three PCI/PCIe high-speed expansion slots in a compact enclosure, enabling integration of various applications. For high-resolution imaging applications, the MXC-6300 has sufficient space for wide PCIe x16 graphic add-on cards with fan. Additionally, the MXC-6300's I/O interface, includes six USB ports (4 USB 3.0 + 2 USB 2.0), 4 serial ports, 16-CH digital I/O, and 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports, is 100% accessible through the front panel, making access for installation and maintenance easier and more convenient than ever before.

The ADLINK MXC-6300 improves on competing products with a proven ruggedized design delivering operating shock tolerance up to 50 G, and an extended operating temperature range of -20C to 60C.

"The MXC-6300, in addition to employing HALT (Highly Accelerated Life Test) scientific testing methods to provide maximum reliability and long-term availability, can reach MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) of 160,000 hours for mission critical applications," said Kenny Chang, director of ADLINK's I/O Platform Product Center. "ADLINK leads performance technology-driven building blocks, allowing customers to utilize benefits faster and reach the market quickly with complete applications. As always, compatibility with ADLINK's full spectrum of I/O cards is guaranteed by strict verification testing."

The MXC-6300 supports multiple OS, including Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 7 Embedded, Windows XP, Windows XP Embedded, and Linux.



 
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