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Advantech Releases AIMB-288E with NVIDIA Quadro GPU to Accelerate Edge AI Deployment - Press ReleaseNovember 11, 2022
Munich, Germany. Advantech, a leading provider of industrial computing platforms, is pleased to announce the release of the AIMB-288E industrial motherboard with 12th Gen Intel® Core™ Desktop Processor and NVIDIA Quadro T1000 GPU. AIMB-288E leverages an ultra-slender design to deliver outstanding computing power and superior graphics performance to visual computing in edge intelligence. It supports three independent displays (2 x DisplayPort & 1 x eDP with up to 4K resolution) to present precise visualization during diverse inspection tasks. In addition, AIMB-288E benefits from Advantech’s strict design process, thermal technology, and IEC-60068-2 compliance — attributes that ensure stability during long-term operation. This combination of features and capabilities make AIMB-288E an excellent choice for AI development and deployment in applications requiring a compact, slim form factor design.
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