Portwell unveils Intel-powered Nano-ITX embedded board

Article By : Portwell Inc.

Designed with the Intel Atom processors x7000E series, Intel Processor N series, and Intel Core i3 N-series processors, Portwell's NANO-6064 Nano-ITX supports AI acceleration and real-time computing.

Industrial PC (IPC) and embedded computing solutions innovator Portwell Inc., a Titanium Partner of Intel Partner Alliance, has launched the NANO-6064 Nano-ITX form factor (120mm x 120mm) embedded system board designed with the low-power Intel Atom processors x7000E series, Intel Processor N series, and high-performance Intel Core i3 N-series processors featuring AI acceleration and real-time computing with power efficiency. Tuned for deep learning inference, greater graphics capabilities, support for hardware virtualization as well as manageability and security, these Intel processors delivers performance and value balanced computing capabilities, making the Portwell NANO-6064 ideal for a diverse range of IoT edge applications.

The Portwell NANO-6064 Nano-ITX embedded system board supports fan-less design, as well as enable users, for the first time, to scale up to Intel Core i3 computing within an N-series platform for up to 3.8GHz maximum turbo frequency. NANO-6064’s flat/low-profile design allows space-saving system configuration in digital display and compact workstations, such as digital signage and control solutions for use cases in industrial automation and healthcare. Blended in with these Intel processors’ enhanced power efficiency, computing performance, deep-learning inference accelerators, and integrated Intel UHD graphics, Portwell’s NANO-6064 is suitable for an extensive array of applications, including but not limited to, AI-assisted healthcare/medical imaging devices, retail POS systems, digital signage, IoT edge gateway, and office and industrial automation.

The board also supports one non-ECC DDR4 3200 MT/s SO-DIMM socket equipped with up to 16GB capacity. It also features Intel UHD Graphics driven by the Intel Xe architecture with up to 32 EUs, and triple independent displays via DisplayPort, HDMI and LVDS interfaces. With four USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports, the NANO-6064 ensures efficient data transmission. Moreover, it supports one M.2 E key and one M.2 B key sockets for simple and flexible system expansions including wireless modules and storage devices. It is also equipped with dual 2.5GbE LAN connectivity via two RJ-45 ports with Intel Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) and Intel Time Coordinated Computing (TCC) technologies to enhance real-time computing and processing capabilities.


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