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New Rugged Small Form Factor Embedded Computer from DFI Tech

Sacramento, CA —  Jan 19, 2017   –  DFI Tech, a provider of embedded computing solutions and board products, offers a new Small Form Factor (SFF) rugged system to satisfy mission-critical and cost-efficiency needs.

The EC500 from DFI Tech features a 6th/4th generation Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3 processor.  The conduction-cooled system supports dual 8GB DDR3 memory, a 2.5” SATA drive bay with SATA III capability, and 1 mSATA module via the Mini PCIe socket.  The unit also facilitates rich graphics capability with 24-bit color depth up to 1920×1200 resolution and comes with Intel HD Graphics.  

The rugged EC500 meets IEC68-2-64 for operating vibration and can withstand 3G of operating shock at half sine wave 11ms in 3 axes.  The SWaP optimized unit is only 235mm x 63.2mm x 222mm and has a range of processor options from 35W to 45W.  Other features of the EC500 include a GbE port, Mini PCIe expansion, and a wealth of I/O ports.

DFI provides small form factor systems in various sizes and styles.  The company also offers PanelPCs, industrial motherboards, SBCs, and more.

About DFI Tech

DFI Tech designs, integrates and provides long lifecycle support for embedded computer systems and industrial PCs to meet the diverse needs of the Infotainment, Gaming, Industrial Automation, Mil/Aero, Medical, Transportation, Network Security, and a variety of other industries. We offer a large selection of off-the-shelf embedded computer solutions such as fanless, small form factor, all-in-one panel PCs, and multi-function devices, as well as application-specific tailored embedded computer systems. DFI Tech also provides a complete line of motherboard products based on Intel’s latest chipsets, as well as Computer-on-Modules, and Embedded SBCs. As an affiliate of DFI in Taiwan, DFI Tech can offer high volume, board level contract manufacturing capacity, while at the same time offering high touch US based customer service and embedded computer hardware systems.  www.dfitech.com     

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