iBASE has recently announced the MI988 Mini-ITX motherboard based on the latest AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 processor family. The motherboard is equipped with two DDR4-2666 SO-DIMM slots that support up to 32GB ECC memory, M.2 NVMEe storage (NVMe), two Gigabit Ethernet ports, and various display options.
- SoC – AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 processor with AMD Radeon Vega GPU
- System Memory – 2x DDR4-2666 SO-DIMM, supports ECC, up to 32GB
- Storage – 1x M.2 SSD (NVMe), 2x SATA III
- Display Interfaces
- 1x HDMI 2.0a, 1x DisplayPort 1.4
- 1x eDP or 1x 24-bit dual channel LVDS
- Audio – Built-in HD audio w/ALC662 codec for 5.1 channel; 3x 3.5mm audio jacks
- Connectivity – 2x RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet connectors via 2x Intel I211AT
- USB – 2x USB 3.1 Gen2 (10Gbps) on board, 2x USB 3.1 Gen1 (5Gbps) on board
- Serial – 2x RS232/422/485 (Jumperless selection), 4x RS232
- Expansion Slots
- 1x PCI-E(x8), 1x Mini PCI-E, 1x M.2 (M-key, type:2230)
- 8x Digital I/O(4-in/4-out)
- Misc – 256-level Watchdog Timer, H/W Monitor
- Power Supply
- +12V~+24V DC-in
- iBASE’s iSMART for the purpose of protecting and enabling systems to use power efficiently.
- Max. Power Requirement – +24V/2.55A with AMD Ryzen Embedded V1807B @ 3.35GHz w/ 2x 8GB DDR4-2133
- Dimensions – 170mm x 170mm (mini-ITX form factor)
- Temperature Range – Operating:0°C~60°C; storage: -20°C~80°C
- Relative Humidity – 90% (non-condensing @60°C)The company offers three variants of their AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 mini-ITX motherboard:
- MI988F-1807 based on AMD Ryzen V1807B QC APU (3.35GHz/3.8GHz)
- MI988F-1756 based on AMD Ryzen V1756B QC APU (3.25GHz/3.6GHz)
- MI988F-1202 based on AMD Ryzen V1202B DC APU (2.3GHz/3.3GHz)
Wilson Lin, Senior Manager of product planning department at iBASE, explains the “MI988 enables power savings and scalability for high-performance devices used in mission-critical markets in the field of machine vision, medical imaging and gaming”.
The motherboard appears to be available now, but as is often the case for industrial grade products, the price is not published in the public domain. You may find more details and inquire about pricing on the product page,
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