Premio Releases New CT-MCL01 MicroATX Industrial Motherboard

June 25, 2020 Perry Cohen

Premio released its CT-MCL01 MicroATX industrial motherboard for IoT processing. It supports the 9th Gen Intel® Core™ processors.

“This new motherboard helps system integrators easily incorporate a future-ready processing solution into their final configuration of end-user products,” said director of product marketing at Premio Dustin Seetoo, in a press release.  “Our CT-MCL01 industrial-grade motherboard was designed to allow machine builders for industrial applications the ability to harness faster processing and connectivity in embedded IoT technologies.”

It features the micro-ATX form factor and supports a lifecycle of up to 15 years. Its LGA 1151 socket supports Intel’s Q370 chipset for enhanced security and quick I/O connectivity to expansions and peripherals. Additionally, four DIMM slots that support DDR4 2666MHz (up to 128GB) can be found.

Per the release, the industrial motherboard also features a variety of device connectivity ports: six SATA 6Gb/s buses for mass storage devices, six serial COM (RS-232/422/485) connectors for legacy devices, and 13 available USB ports (USB 3.1 Gen 2, and USB 2.0) for high-speed IoT peripherals. Further, it hosts four PCIe Gen3 expansion slots (one PCIe x16, two PCIe x4 and one PCIe x1) to accommodate dedicated acceleration cards for machine learning and high-speed networking.

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