Intel 12th generation-based rugged computer for robotics, IoT, and smart health care introduced by AAEON

May 24, 2023
The EPIC-ADS7-PUC peripheral unit controller computer is powered by the 12th Generation Intel Core processor.

TAIPEI, Taiwan – AAEON Technology in Taipei, Taiwan, is introducing the EPIC-ADS7-PUC peripheral unit controller computer, powered by the 12th Generation Intel Core processor.

With a chassis that measures 10.2 by 6.3 by 2.1 inches, the chassis can host several high-speed interfaces, and is suited to applications in robotics, internet of things (IoT), and smart health care.

Equipped with as many as eight performance cores and 20 threads with the efficiency of hybrid processor architecture, the EPIC-ADS7-PUC's 12th Generation Intel Core, and offers Gracemont efficient cores to manage projects that require a balance of efficiency and strength.

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Two DDR5 4800 MHz slots offer high-speed system memory and bandwidth speed for as many as six USB 3.2 Gen 2, two COM, and four LAN ports, which provide connections for peripheral devices such as cameras and sensors.

The EPIC-ADS7-PUC also offers display interface of one HDMI 2.1 and two DP 1.4a ports for three simultaneous displays, and supports Intel Time Coordinated Computing (Intel TCC), which ensures the reliable execution of time-sensitive mission-critical operations.

The EPIC-ADS7-PUC can integrate into existing projects, and lends itself to projects requiring discreet deployment. For more information contact AAEON Technology online at

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