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Rugged GPU Computer

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Rugged GPU ComputerThe GM-1000 rugged GPU computer from Cincoze Ltd. is powered by eighth- and ninth-generation Intel® CPUs, supporting one MXM GPU module expansion.

The GPU computer provides high-performance computing capability with a small footprint design, which is suitable for applications like edge computing, machine vision, image processing, and artificial intelligence. GM-1000 can be configured with a range of Intel CPUs including Xeon® and Corei with up to eight cores. It supports dual-channel DDR4 2666MHz SO-DIMM up to 64 GB. It has abundant inputs and outputs including four COM, two GbE LAN, eight USB, one HDMI, and one DVI-I.

The computer supports CNVi for WiFi or Bluetooth connection, which are commonly required in high speed data storage and communication. All these functions are integrated in a small footprint for space-limited environments.


Photonics Spectra
Sep 2020
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