Advantech introduces new industrial motherboards – the AIMB-225 Mini-ITX

Advantech has introduced the AIMB-225 – a new industrial-grade Mini-ITX motherboard based on the AMD Embedded G-series System-on-Chip (SoC). It offers lower power consumption and better graphic performance and has been designed with a rich variety of I/O functions. The AIMB-225 is suitable for a range of applications such as gaming machines, surveillance, ATM/Kiosks, automation and more.

The AIMB-225 comes with high connectivity and multiple high-speed I/O including: 2 x USB 3.0, 6 x USB 2.0, 2 x SATAIII (SATA2 co-layout with mSATA), 1 x internal keyboard/mouse port, 1 x internal printer port, 5 x COM, PCIe x 4 (supports PCIe x 16 cards), 2 x MiniPCIe (1 x F/S, 1 x H/S) expansion sockets, accompanied with one SIM card holder for easy wifi/3G module installation. It is able to support 8-bit digital programmable I/O along with three BTX type Audio Jacks, and also comes with dual PCI Express based Gigabit Ethernet ports (Realtek 8111G) delivering up to 1000 Mbps of bandwidth for network-intensive applications.

The AIMB-225 mini-ITX motherboard integrates AMD HD Graphics with DX11.1, OpenCL1.2 and OpenGL4.2, enabling parallel processing and high-performance graphics processing that provides superior performance when running multiple industry-standard graphics-intensive benchmarks. It also delivers enhanced graphics performance and improved 3D video performance. AIMB-225 supports high resolution Displayport 1.2, and also has multiple display port choices of VGA, DVI-D, LVDS and eDP, making them ideal for gaming and medical applications.

AIMB-225 bundles with Advantech SUSIAccess which provides remote device management and system recovery powered by Acronis, and system protection powered by McAfee; allowing users to easily monitor, configure, control, and even recover multiple systems through a single console from a remote site.



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