AMD Ryzen Embedded and AMD EPYC embedded processor-based solutions available from IBASE

February 22, 2018 ECD Staff

IBASE Technology Inc., a world leader in the manufacture of industrial motherboard and embedded systems, has launched a series of new AMD Ryzen Embedded and EPYC Embedded processor-based products, including the MI988 Mini-ITX motherboard, SI-324 4x HDMI 2.0 digital signage player and FWA8800 1U rackmount network appliance.

“As a premier AMD partner, we have been working closely on building products utilizing both AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 and EPYC Embedded 3000 products.” said Jackson Mao, Product Planning Division Vice President of IBASE. “The next-generation performance and scalability delivered by the new AMD processors translate to real-world differentiation and benefits for our customers across networking, digital media, and industrial applications.”

“IBASE is a key partner for the AMD Embedded business, and consistently delivers performance that is compelling for many applications, enabling more scalability and innovation for our customers,” said Stephen Turnbull, director of product marketing, Datacenter and Embedded Solutions Business Group, AMD. “The integration and performance advantages of our new EPYC Embedded 3000 and Ryzen Embedded V1000 products will change the game for a growing number of smaller, embedded form factors. With the support of IBASE design and manufacturing expertise, we can deliver with confidence an ideal platform to power next-generation solutions.”

The MI988 Mini-ITX board and the SI-324 signage player come with the Ryzen Embedded V1000 to empower businesses with a stunning new level of true 4K@60p video performance, multi-display support and flexible power consumption to support rich multimedia capabilities. They also feature a configurable thermal design power (cTDP) option that supports a programmable TDP range from 12W to 54W, giving system designers the flexibility to tune power consumption and thermal profiles to meet their unique requirements. Additionally, the SI-324 signage player comes with 4x HDMI 2.0 (4K@60p) with independent audio and IBASE sole iSMART auto-scheduling & Observer hardware monitoring technologies.

Developed for network security, firewall and UTM, the FWA8800 network appliance is leveraging the EPYC Embedded 3000 to enable a new generation of networking solutions that bring the efficiencies of EPYC datacenter technology to mainstream server networking systems. The system is designed with a variety of IBN modules, supporting 25G/10G/1G fiber or copper ports, and is offered with a long product life-cycle of up to 10 years.

 

About IBASE Technology

IBASE Technology (TPEx: 8050) is a reputable supplier specializing in the design and manufacturing of robust industrial PC products. Since its establishment in 2000, IBASE has been committed to the production of high quality products, and to the rendering of excellent services. IBASE carries out manufacturing and quality control at its own production sites in Taiwan that are certified to meet ISO 9001, ISO 13485 and ISO 14001 standards. Its current product offerings comprise of x86 and RISC based industrial motherboards, embedded systems, industrial panel PCs, digital signage players and network appliances for various applications in the automation, digital signage, gaming, transportation, smart building, medical, retail and networking markets. For more information, please visit www.ibase.com.tw.

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