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Mini-ITX Motherboard Carries Third Gen Core Processors

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A Mini-ITX motherboard is optimized for the latest Intel technologies using the third Generation Intel Core i7 Mobile ECC processor and Intel QM77 Express Chipset. The X9SPV-M series boards from Supermicro are vPro compliant with 25W CPU i7-3555LE for X9SPV-M4 and 17W i7-3517UE for X9SPV-M4-3UE model. The X9SPV M series offer high-speed I/O via PCI Express 3.0 and USB 3.0, three digital output with Display Port, HDMI and DVI-I. The mini-PCIe with mSATA support can be used for an even smaller footprint with removal of the HDD cage and cabling and using mSATA SSD drives. Quad LAN support provides more networking bandwidth for applications that utilize digital output and embedded graphics as a control device or a video streaming appliance. The ECC SODIMM support differentiates the X9SPV M series from other motherboards emphasizing reliability even for client type applications. Finance and health care segment customers desire any and all ways to ensure memory reliability.   

Kiosks can take advantage of vPro for remote management and software deployment, saving onsite maintenance or operating cost. With vPro, applications can allocate hardware resources dynamically and ensure secure access via TPM and AMT 8.0. Intel HD Graphics 4000 provides applications three independent displays with great HD to HD transcode performance. The new visual experience extends the embedded graphic market into health care monitor devices, DVR/NVR, POS, or high end terminals and interactive multimedia Kiosks. High end digital signage can utilize these new technologies to create better and more engaging user interfaces.    

Supermicro offers 7-year product life to protect X9SPV-M customer application development and investment. X9SPV M series delivers a robust, reliable platform to embedded application developers with the flexibility to customize functionality based on end device requirements.

Supermicro, San Jose, CA. (408) 503-8000. [www.supermicro.com].