Advantech, a leader on the industrial automation market, has released a compact efficient computer for development and deployment of AI applications - MIC-720AI.
The new product is designed on the basis of NVIDIA Jetson TX2 computing module that houses as follows: ARM Cortex-A57 (Quad Core) mobile processor with clock rate of over 2GHz, NVIDIA Denver2 (Dual Core) coprocessor with clock rate of 2 GHz, 256-core Pascal gen GPU graphic controller with clock rate of 1300 MHz, eight gigabyte of 128-bit LPDDR4 memory with frequency of 1866 MHz and bandwidth of 58,3 Gbit/s and 32Gb eMMC 5.1 storage.
Advantech MIC-720AI industrial computer is designed in a solid metal fanless casing with a wall-mount option, is equipped with a standard set of input/output ports and is capable of operating in the ambient temperature ranged from -20 up to 60o.
The front panel houses one digital DIO port, an HDMI 1.4 port with support of 3840 x 2160 resolution, two Gigabit LAN ports operating based on Intel i210 controller with RJ-45 interfaces, two USB 3.0 ports, 2-pin power socket with support of voltage of 19-24V, switch on/off button, ground contact.
The rear panel features a micro-USB slot and an internal/external USB switch.
To store data, in addition to the built-in eMMC 5.1 for 32Gb, there is an internal mSATA slot for connecting solid storage devices.
Advantech MIC-720AI can operate in Wi-Fi networks, if the additional antennas are mounted on the device casing.
Advantech MIC-720AI supports Linux Ubuntu 16.04 OS.
The performance of the latest platform on the basis of NVIDIA Jetson TX2, as well as the provided set of modern interfaces to connect input/output devices make MIC-720AI a unique solution for the most complex tasks in the sphere of development and deployment of AI applications.