Compulab Airtop3 is bringing performance to the edge Compulab is introducing Airtop3 – a ruggedised small-form-factor fanless IoT edge server powered by an 8-core Intel® Core™ i9-9900K Processor and Nvidia Quadro RTX 4000, both passively cooled using Compulab’s Natural Airflow technology. With a footprint of just 7.5 litres, Airtop3 can passively dissipate up to 300W and operate at a wide temperature range of -40°C to 70°C. Airtop3 is built to your specification and ships wit
On the 19-Jan-this year– Compulab announced that it would be introducing the successor to the much loved IPC2. It appropriately decided to call it the…IPC3. It is of course a miniature fanless PC but now with the 7th generation Intel® Core™ processor. Again, as with the IPC2, the IPC3 supports a multitude of FACE (Function And Connectivity Extension) Modules but Compulab also introduced a trio of new FACE Modules for advanced networking applications which I will detail shortl
The IPC2 range of PCs make an ideal partner for industrial and commercial environments. They have a die cast aluminium body, with a passive cooling fan design, which means no air, along with any dust, dirt or moisture that is blowing around is being drawn in to the machine. So no fan and no moving parts means these ruggised PCs are suitable for the harshest of environments. Also no fan means, low power consumption, with a TDP of 15W, the power consumption on the IPC2 range is
The latest offering from Compulab coming soon to our store. The fitlet is a tiny 10.8 x 8.3 x 2.4 cm, powered by latest AMD low-power APU and is built into a sleek, passively-cooled ruggedized housing, and available in 3 models.
The fitlet-i standard features are unusually rich for a computer its size, including up to 8 GB RAM, mSATA, dual head HDMI, dual GbE LAN, WLAN 802.11ac, micro-SD socket and 6 USB port (2 USB3). Beyond that, fitlet-i features a powered eSATA, RS232, S
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