SINTRONES: ABOX-5100 series delivers GPU acceleration with a small footprint

SINTRONES announced their new ABOX-5100 series for AI GPU Computer. The ABOX-5100 series can be potentially applied to various fields related to A.I. such as A.I. deep learning & virtual reality in data centers, in the cloud, and on devices which could drive the adoption of industrial automation, intelligent customer experiences, self-driving vehicles and intelligent transportation.

ABOX-5100 series are powered by new generation APU (APU=CPU+GPU) AMD Ryzen, which will be able to support up to 4 CPU core, 8 threads and 4 display port 1.4, and has the option for AMD E9260 or Nvidia GTX-1050TI GPU follows Vega GPU Architecture. Three Full-size Mini-PCIe slots for internal expansion, one M.2 A-E Key 2230 for WiFi/GPS/4G LTE are also available.

Deep learning relies on GPU acceleration, new ABOX-5100 series delivers GPU acceleration with a small footprint and is fully operable in harsh environments, making it an ideal choice for industrial automation, transportation, and smart city applications. ABOX-5100 could be applied to a scalable AI car platform that spans the entire range of autonomous driving. The ability of connecting computing systems to deep learning and affordable sensors have created the enhancement of autonomous machines - IoT with AI. Such power will enable a new wave of automation in various industries – Intelligent Transportation Systems, Intelligent Automation Systems and Smart Patrol for ANPR.

The ABOX-5100 series offers wide input range offer 9-48VDC input with Intelligent Power Management that power on/off delay time setting by software as well as completely fan less design. It supports MXM Version 3.1 Type A and PCIe x 8 interface. Operating temperature is -40 to +70°C, and storage temperature is -40 to +80°C.

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