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Axiomtek medical-grade edge AI computer
- November 21, 2022
- Steve Rogerson
Taiwanese firm Axiomtek has released a medical-grade edge AI computing system with dual 4K displays.
The mBox100 slim medical system complies with the IEC-60601 medical safety standard for use in various hospital applications and healthcare environments.
It is powered by the Intel Core i7/i5 processor and equipped with two DDR4-2400 non-ECC SO-DIMM slots with a total capacity of up to 64Gbyte. Included are the Intel UHD Graphics 620 and 15W TDPs for high-end image processing and it provides HDMI and DisplayPort for applications requiring the displays of medical images.
This unit delivers more storage with lower latency by a swappable 2.5in Sata III tray with a security lock for SSD and an M.2 Key M 2280 slot for NVMe. IO includes two isolated RS232, 422 or 485, two isolated 10, 100 or 1000Mbit/s Ethernet, four USB 3.1, one HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2, two audio jacks, two SMA-type antenna connectors, and expansion interface with one full-size PCIe Mini Card slot (USB plus PCIe signal) for a wireless module.
A rugged design with fanless operation suits noise-sensitive environments, and antimicrobial coating is optional. The white, streamlined design fits with hospital applications.
Measuring 250 by 220 y 60mm, the unit has a thermal design enabling an operating temperature from 0 to +40˚C. The system has 10% to 90% non-condensing humidity tolerance and 3G vibration endurance.
It supports Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 to provide hardware-based data protection, along with OS support for Windows 10 IoT and Linux operating systems.
“The mBox100 truly empowers fast and precise smart computer-aided diagnosis by superior AI computing performance, dual 4K display connection, and trust build-quality that can apply smart healthcare applications properly,” said Jenny Yu, product manager at Axiomtek. “What is more, we have the capability to assist with any customer’s industrial integration requirements and fulfil fast time to market.”