June 1st , 2020, Taipei- Litemax, a leader in enabling intelligent vertical market platforms for industrial displays and computing, announced today the latest compact box computer IBOX-V1K0/V1K1 series power by AMD® Ryzen™ Embedded V1000 Soc, a breed of embedded board and box PCs can power up to four independent display in 4K and provide uncompromising performance, versatility and sophisticated automation capabilities across a wide range of applications.
Aimed at Quad-display solution, AMD Ryzen™ Embedded V1000 SoC with providing outstanding CPU performance and noticeable increase in GPU performance than previous solutions. This high-performance processor that integrates the CPU and GPU onto a single processor enables customers to develop products that not only support a premium visual interface with features such as four simultaneous 4K displays, but also helps to increase efficiency and scalability.
Designed for High Graphic Performance Requirements
IBOX-V1K0/V1K1 uses up to 32GB of dual channel DDR4 3200 MT/s memory (both ECC and non-ECC) with higher memory bandwidth for better performance and efficiency. The new integrated AMD Radeon™ Vega graphics with up to 11 compute units marks the cutting edge of embedded graphics. It supports up to four independent displays with up to 4K UHD resolution and 10-bit HDR, as well as DirectX 12 and OpenGL 4.4 for 3D graphics. The integrated video engine enables hardware-accelerated streaming of HEVC (H.265) video in both directions.
Optimized Solutions Extend Design Flexibility
IBOX-V1K0/V1K1 adopts 10/100/1000 Mbps speeds Ethernet controller and flexible I/O interface options with: 1 x Mini-PCIe (full size), 1 x M.2 M Key, 1 x SATA Gen. 3 @ 6.0Gb/s, 2 x USB 3.1, 3 x USB 2.0, 3 x COM ports, watchdog timer, and GPIO to fulfill a wide variety of functions and high-performance system extension requirements.
The new IBOX-V1K0/V1K1 box computer with impressive graphics performance is designed for the application such as medical imaging; professional broadcasting, infotainment and gambling; digital signage; control rooms and video surveillance; optical quality control; and 3D simulators. Other applications include smart robotics and autonomous vehicles that use deep learning to optimize their situational awareness.