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The UP Squared 6000 embedded platform is based on an Intel Celeron N6210, Pentium J6426, Atom x6413E or Atom x6425RE processor

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UP Bridge the Gap, owned by Aaeon, a peripheral AI hardware company, is launching the UP Squared 6000 embedded platform. The 10.16 x 10.16 cm board will be offered separately and as part of a complete compact system. It is already available for pre-order. The manufacturer promises to start shipping in February 2022.

The UP Squared 6000 is said to offer more scalability and performance over previous generations. The platform can be based on an Intel Celeron N6210, Pentium J6426, Atom x6413E or Atom x6425RE processor. The amount of LPDDR4 RAM is 2, 4 or 8 GB, and the storage capacity, which is the eMMC module, is 32 or 64 GB. As an option, you can connect a drive with a SATA interface or install an M.2 2280 drive with NVMe support. The second M.2 slot is for the wireless module (Wi-Fi and Bluetooth) and the third is for the 5G module.

The UP Squared 6000 embedded platform is based on an Intel Celeron N6210, Pentium J6426, Atom x6413E or Atom x6425RE processor

The UP Squared 6000 embedded platform is based on an Intel Celeron N6210, Pentium J6426, Atom x6413E or Atom x6425RE processor

The equipment of the product includes two Gigabit Ethernet ports and video outputs HDMI 2.0b and DisplayPort 1.2. The variants on the SoC Atom also have an eDP output. The ability to connect peripheral devices is provided by the presence of two USB 3.1 Type-A ports, one USB 3.1 Type-C port (on versions with Intel Atom x6413E and Intel Atom x6425RE), a UART port and an RS232 / 422 port (also only on versions with Intel Atom)

The UP Squared 6000 embedded platform is based on an Intel Celeron N6210, Pentium J6426, Atom x6413E or Atom x6425RE processor

The UP Squared 6000 embedded platform is based on an Intel Celeron N6210, Pentium J6426, Atom x6413E or Atom x6425RE processor

Intel Atom variants have a 100-pin Intel Programmable Services Engine (Intel PSE) docking connector on the board. An expansion board to be connected to it should appear in 2022. It will significantly expand the I / O capabilities. In particular, there will be HAT and CANbus, an additional SATA connector, a micro-USB port for debugging using PSE, UART, RS232, SATA with a power connector, a mini PCIe slot, a micro-SIM slot and two additional Gigabit Ethernet ports.

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