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ADLINK Launches 2nd Gen. Core i7-driven Fanless Embedded PCs

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  1. btarunr

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    ADLINK Technology, Inc., a leading global provider of trusted I/O platforms, announces the release of the new Matrix MXE-5300 series of rugged, quad core, fanless computers, based on the high performance 2nd Generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processor and QM67 chipset. The MXE-5300 is the ultimate Matrix fanless embedded computer, featuring top-of-the-line processor performance, outstanding wireless optimization capability, robust mechanical design, and Intel AMT 7.0 support. The MXE-5300's combined features make it an ideal choice for intelligent transportation, in-vehicle multimedia, and surveillance and factory automation applications.

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    Outstanding Wireless Optimization
    "We've found that rapid growth in wireless technologies has boosted development of embedded applications, such as more efficient cargo management via reader and wireless relay to control centers," said Kenny Chang, Director of ADLINK's I/O platform product center. "The ADLINK MXE-5300 features wireless optimization. With our optional RF Matching Module, the MXE-5300 provides enhanced wireless performance to support 300m 802.11 a/b/g/n accessibility with a minimum bandwidth of 1Mbps, 100M operating range for Bluetooth 3.0 support, WCDMA for HSDPA CAT.10, HSUPA CAT.6, and reduced GPS cold start time of 25 seconds. The MXE-5300's outstanding wireless optimization capability easily meets and exceeds customer needs."

    Evolved Mechanical Design
    The ADLINK's MXE-5300 features performance-enhancing mechanical and thermal design, including customized copper conduits to enhance thermal dissipation efficiency, memory and storage stabilizers to withstand the challenges of high-vibration environments, and an anodized aluminum alloy chassis to prevent corrosion. With industrial SSD storage devices, the MXE-5300 provides an extended market-leading operating temperature range of up to -20 degrees C to 70 degrees C for reliable performance of varied applications in mission-critical and harsh environments. Furthermore, with the MXE-5300's unique thumbscrew design, replacement or swapping of HDD and RAM/mini PCIe modules is easier than ever, lowering maintenance costs and increasing flexibility.

    Rich I/O Capability
    The MXE-5300 supports rich I/O interfaces, including 4 serial ports, 6 USB ports (2 USB 3.0), 4 isolated digital I/Os and 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports. In addition, the MXE-5300 provides 2 Mini-PCIe and 1 USIM slots for wireless needs. Intel AMT 7.0, accommodated on the MXE-5300 enables remote monitoring and control over embedded devices via the Internet, remote system reboot in the event of OS failure, and system disconnect from the web when malicious intrusion is detected, preventing migration to other devices.

    For more information, visit the product page.
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    what? i7 fanless
    i hope they dont underclock it just to make it colder
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    According to their site and Intel, the i7-2710QE in the -5301 model is a mobile CPU with a TDP of 45W, the i5-2510E is a 35W TDP and the i3-2330E is a 35W TDP, so I can totally see them in this casing no problem.
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    Every time I see something like this, all I can think is car computer.

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