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Fanless, low-energy computer based on 3rd Gen. Intel Core i7 processor introduced by andersDX

LONDON, 13 Feb. 2013. Rugged computer specialist andersDX in London is introducing the MicroSVR fanless, robust, low energy rugged server based on the 3rd Generation Intel Core i7 processor for space-constrained and remote or unattended environments such as industrial control, security network video recorders, digital signage, virtualization, SOHO server requirements and similar applications.

The MicroSVR, which andersDX developed together with CompuLab Ltd. in Yokneam Illit, Israel, measures 6 by 16 by 26 centimeters and processor speeds as fast as 2.5 GHz, and dual channel memory with support for as much as 32 gigabytes EEC RAM.

Its standard I/O includes 2x Gigabit Ethernet, 2x USB 3, 2x USB 2.0, 2 x RS232 serial connectors, ESATA, HDMI, and Display Port for multiple display support, leveraging Intel's HD4000 graphics chip, for resolution as fine as 2560-by-1600-pixel WQXGA.

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The rugged server has Wifi and Bluetooth support, while Intel's AMT enables remote management. For storage, MicroSVR supports four 2.5-inch hard discs, RAID 0,1,5,10 + mSATA socket.

The computer is packaged in ruggedized metal enclosure designed to dissipate heat and thus enable fanless operation. The machine's 2x miniPCI Express sockets can be used for standard cards such as video capture or 3G / GPS connectivity, and the support of the FACE module concept which extends across other products in the range.

FACE modules enable users to change the front face of the product, and integrate additional functionality. Different processor, memory, and operating system options are available. Software support includes Linux, Windows Embedded, and Standard Server.

For more information contact andersDX online at www.andersdx.com, or CompuLab at http://compulab.co.il.


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