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Avalue Introduces Pico-ITX Industrial Motherboards, EPX-APLP

TAIPEI, TAIWAN, September 22nd, 2017 – Avalue Technology Inc. (TAIEX: 3479-TW), a global industrial PC solution provider and an associate member of the Intel® Internet of Things Solutions Alliance, is unveiling EPX-APLP Pico-ITXindustrial motherboards , based on Intel® Celeron® N3350 Processor Processors. The Pico-ITX SBC provides system developers and OEMs with an ultra-compact yet highly integrated platforms that deliver excellent computing performance to meet customer’s demands in compact-size, fanless operation, low power consumption and versatile I/O.

EPX-APLP, the Pico-ITX motherboard is powered by Intel® Celeron® N3350 Processor Processors. It supports one 204-pin DDR3L 1600 & 1333MHz SO-DIMM supports up to 8GB capacity. The I/O deployment includes one HDMI, one DP++, four USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, one SATA power, one SATA III, one M.2 Key A, one M.2 Key B, one RS232 COM port and one 8-bit GPIO. EPX-APLP supports Dual channel 18/24-bits LVDS, two LAN ports with Intel® i211AT. It is applicable to various embedded solutions, such as KIOSK, mobility, embedded pc, digital Signage, retail management, automation, traffic management, casino, gaming, etc.

EPX-APLP main features:

l   Intel® Celeron® N3350 Processor

l   1 x 204-pin DDR3L 1600 & 1333MHz SO-DIMM  supports up to 8GB

l   DP++, HDMI, Dual channel 18/24-bits LVDS

l   2 x Intel® i211AT Gigabit Ethernet

l   Realtek ALC662 Audio Codec

l   Realtek ALC105 Stereo Class-D 3W x 2 Audio Amplifier

l   1 x M.2 Type B 3042/2242/2260, 1 x M.2 Type A 2230

l   1 x SATA III, 1 x SATA Power, 4 x USB 2.0, 2 x USB 3.0

l   1 x RS232, 8-bit GPIO

l   DC in +12V

For more information on the full range of the Avalue’s motherboards, please visit our website at www.avalue.com.tw, or contact with sales@avalue.com.tw for more details.

About Avalue Technology
Avalue Technology  (TAIEX: 3479-TW) is a professional  Industrial Computer  manufacturing company, who is dedicated to developing the x86 architecture products, including  Embedded Computers ,  Single Board Computers  ( Full Size SBC ),  Systems-on-Modules/ ETX (SoM/ ETX) , Industrial Motherboards , all-purpose  Panel PCs,  and  barebone products , etc. Having expanded,  Avalue  offers its expertise on PCB/ Assembly/ BIOS version control and after-sales all type of services. An ISO 9001:2008 certified company;  Avalue  offers assurance to customers in every aspect of its business. With headquarter located in Taiwan,  Avalue  has global subsidiaries, including offices in Shanghai, New Jersey, Tokyo, and Denmark. In addition, Avalue  Technology operates an extensive distribution network to accommodate and serve customers all around the world.

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