IEI Integration Corporation., a Provider of Next-Generation Computing Solutions, Announces Reliable and Scalable Embedded Box PC, TANK-XM811, with 13th Generation Intel Raptor-Lake Core processor. With integrated Intel hybrid technology for multi-threaded performance, multiple expansion options through a wide variety of expansion modules, and a rugged design for reliable operation in harsh environments, the TANK-XM811 is designed for advanced applications of IIoT on the rugged end.
Even edge computing requires higher data processing speeds, larger amounts of data, and heavier workloads, TANK enables near real-time acquisition, processing, and visualization of incoming data.
The TANK-XM811 powered by 13th Gen Intel Core Raptor-Lake processor delivers next-gen performance to tackle sprawling workloads where data is created and action is taken. Thanks to Intel Hybrid technology that combines performance cores (P cores) and efficient cores (E cores), the TANK-XM811 offers higher workflow efficiency and lower power consumption.
Multiple expansion options
In addition to the built-in I/O on the TANK-XM81, a variety of expansion modules and chassis are also available to expand the main I/O of the TANK-XM811, providing customizable expansion options that support more add-on cards, GPUs, and Cards. AI accelerators for system integrators and developers to build industrial applications, such as edge computing and AI vision inference.
The TANK-XM811 uses a finned heat sink design that allows airflow in two directions, providing better cooling than traditional parallel fins and keeping your system cool, even without fans. High-performance applications require higher power input to support powerful accelerator cards, so the TANK-XM811 supports a standard 12-28V DC power input and an optional secondary power input that can accept additional power as needed. for more intense computing tasks.
Download the white paper to learn how the IEI solution can empower IIoT applications to handle the increased data rate, quantity, and workloads at the edge here.
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