This month, IBASE introduced the new MBB1000 Socket LGA1700 motherboard supporting 12th generation Intel Core processors, formerly known as Alder Lake processors. The motherboard was designed for industrial applications and built for longterm reliability for graphicsintensive applications such as the Internet of Things, digital signage, medical imaging, video surveillance, and interactive kiosks.
The MBB1000 will be available with three different Intel R680E, Q670E and W680 chipsets and supports a wide range of different operating systems including Windows 10 (64bit), Linux Ubuntu (64bit) and Windows Server 2022 OS.
- 12th generation Intel Core i9/i7/i5/i3 / Pentium / Celeron processors
- 4 DIMMs DDR4, max. 128 GB
- Supports HDMI (2.0128 GBVID and DisplayPort 1.4 (DP++)
- Dual Intel LAN 2.5G
- 8x USB 3.1, 2x USB 2.0, 4x SATA 3.0, 4x COM
- 1x PCIE (x16) (Gen5.0), 2x PCIE (x4) (Gen4.0), 1x PCIE (x1) (Gen3.0), 2x PCI
- 4x M.2 (Bkey, Ekey, 2x Mkey)
- Watchdog timer, digital I/O, iAMT (16.0), TPM (2.0)
“Intel’s latest processors feature up to 8 Pcores and Ecores, with 1.35 times the performance thanks to the advanced Intel Iris Xe graphics engine. The MBB1000 supports four independent 4K displays with 1x HDMI (2.0b), 1x DVID and 2x DisplayPort 1.4a (DP++). It supports 5G/4G/LTE connectivity with 5Gcompatible M.2 connector B3052 and discrete WiFi 6E with a new frequency band of 5.925 to 7.125 GHz. The board comes with four highspeed DDR43200 RAM slots with a total capacity of 128GB and extensive I/O interfaces with 2x Intel 2.5G LAN, 10x USB ports, 4x SATA III, 4x serial ports, and multiple expansion slots including 1x PCIE (x16), 2x PCIE (x4), 1x PCIE (x1), 2x PCI and 4x M.2 slots.
“As with all IBASE motherboards, the MBB1000 uses only long life capacitors and long life components, combined with rigorous testing procedures to meet our customers’ critical computing needs,” said Wilson Lin, Director of IBASE Product Planning. “Providing consistently high quality products and services allows our business and those of our partners to prosper and grow over the years.”
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