Increasing Edge IoT performance

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Display Technology have added the GENE-EHL5 from AAEON, to their embedded portfolio. The 3.5” Subcompact Board Powered by Intel Atom x6000E Series, Pentium and Celeron N and J series Processors (formerly Elkhart Lake). Comes with four M.2 expansion slots, doubling the previous generations. Meaning it can deliver up to 40% greater performance than previous generation platforms. Particularly in single-thread performances, multi-thread performances and graphical capabilities to meet the next-generation edge IoT requirements.

One of the four M.2 sockets of GENE-EHL5 supports 5G network module for 5G MEC applications. In addition, GENE-EHL5 also comes with a nano SIM card slot that can support 5G SIM card, to further 5G connectivity in real-world deployments. Regarding wired connectivity, GENE-EHL5 is designed with dual Intel® i210 GbE Ethernet controllers to offer industrial-grade LAN connectivity for embedded applications.

To shorten the time-to-market deployment, GENE-EHL5 offers customisable display configurations with one HDMI 2.0 port plus one VGA or DP 1.4 port and one eDP or LVDS port by options. In addition, GENE-EHL5 supports up to 3 simultaneous displays for vision-intensive applications. The internal eMMC, touch controller and TPM offer an integrated solution to shorten the design-in process.

Suitable for IoV (Internet of Vehicles) or telematics applications, GENE-EHL5 provides dual CANBUS channels allowing the implementations of smart vehicle software.