AAEON: the power of a Mini-ITX SBC on a 4” board

first_imgAAEON releases the EPIC-KBS8, a powerful and expandable embedded controller purpose-built for retail and fintech applications. The EPIC-KBS8 features a 6th/7th Generation Intel Core i socket-type processor and up to 16GB DDR4 SODIMM memory. With other manufacturers only offering this level of computing power on larger, Mini-ITX boards, the EPIC-KBS8 represents a clear upgrade on competing products.Modern retail solutions might include a camera, barcode scanner, cash register, scale, and even a fingerprint detector. To accommodate all these peripherals – and possible future technologies – the EPIC-KBS8 has two USB3.0 ports, up to ten internal USB2.0 connectors, and six COM connectors. The board also features possible dual LVDS support and the option of an eDP connection.With its pair of LAN ports, the EPIC-KBS8 is also already being used as a powerful wireless Internet station, and its 0~60°C operating temperature range means it can be reliably used in the field. SATA, mSATA, and MiniCard slots provide multiple expansion slots, and the board’s CPU socket enables users to quickly and easily upgrade their processor whenever they want.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules Continue Reading Previous Arrow: IC solution reduces IO-Link development time and costsNext Logic Technology: FlashFX Tera 4.2 extends MLC NAND flash support for automotive and IIOTlast_img read more

Cabinet Approves Sale of Lands at Wakefield Drive in Trelawny

first_img Persons residing at Wakefield Drive in Falmouth, Trelawny, now have the opportunity to legitimise their tenure following Cabinet’s approval of the sale of the lands.This was announced by Minister with responsibility for Information, Hon. Sandrea Falconer during a Jamaica House press briefing at the Office of the Prime Minister, on Wednesday, September 11.She informed that the property, which is owned by the Trelawny Parish Council, is sub divided and all 10 lots will be sold for $12,320,000.“Given the length of time that persons have occupied the lots, some for as long as 20 years, Cabinet also agreed to waive the requirement for the sale of the lots to be advertised,” she said, adding that many of the persons are low income earners and retirees. The property is owned by the Trelawny Parish Council Story Highlights The property is sub divided and all 10 lots will be sold for $12,320,000 Persons residing at Wakefield Drive in Falmouth, Trelawny, now have the opportunity to legitimise their tenure last_img read more