AAEON BOXER-8220AI Embedded Box PC Features NVIDIA Jetson Nano, 5 Gigabit Ethernet Ports

AAEON has launched several AI Boxer-8000 series embedded box PCs based on Intel processors plus AI accelerator, or NVIDIA Jetson TX2.

The company has now introduced a new model – BOXER-8220AI – based on NVIDIA Jetson Nano module, and equipped with five Gigabit Ethernet ports.

Jetson Nano Embedded Mini PCAAEON BOXER-8220AI specifications:

  • SoM (CPU/Memory/Storage) – NVIDIA Jetson Nano with quad-core Arm Cortex-A57 MPCore processor @ 1.43 GHz, 128-core Maxwell GPU. 4GB LPDDR4, 16GB eMMC flash or MicroSD card
  • Video Output – HDMI 2.0
  • Connectivity – 5x Gigabit Ethernet ports
  • USB – 4x USB 3.0 ports, 1x Micro USB to flash the OS
  • Serial – 2x RS-232
  • Misc – Power button, recovery button, power LED
  • Power Supply – 10-24V DC via 2-pin terminal block
  • Dimensions – 154 x 101 x 30 mm
  • Weight – 1 kg
  • Temperature Range – Operating: -20°C ~ 60°C, according to IEC60068-2 with 0.5 m/s AirFlow; storage: -45°C ~ 80°C
  • Storage Humidity – 95% @ 40°C, non-condensing
  • Anti-Vibration – 3 Grms/ 5 ~ 500Hz/ operation – MicroSD or eMMC
  • Certification – CE/FCC class A

AAEON BOXER-8220AI Embedded Box PCThe embedded box PC runs AAEON ACLinux 4.9 or above based on Ubuntu 18.04, and targets entry to mid-level deployment of AI and edge computing applications.

AAEON BOXER-8220AI ships with two wall-mount bracket and a power connector, while the 60W power supply and country-specific power cord are optional accessories.  It can be purchased for $483.00 directly from AAEON e-Store. You’ll find further details including the datasheet, ACLinux 4.9 firmware image, and user manual on the product page.

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I search this kind of product for long time, but I would like a more standard/OpenSource supported ARM SoC than nVidia one :(.

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Headline is very confusing. I was expecting the device to have a 5Gb/s ethernet port.