Intel is creating a transformative new product category — bringing the power of computing and connectivity to virtually any product, anywhere. Coming mid-2017, the Intel® Compute Card possesses an elegantly simple and portable design, making it easy to install, maintain, and upgrade independently of the partner certified device.1
By using proven Intel® architecture to establish a new way for compute to interface with devices, we are opening up virtually unlimited potential for consumer, business, and industrial applications. Intel® Compute Card’s modularity and flexibility allows for internal or external integration with certified devices via a compute card slot. Companies will be able to extend capabilities for devices such as digital signage and kiosks, All-in-Ones, smart TV’s and appliances – all while reaping the benefits that modular computing can offer, such as simplifying inventory management and serviceability.
Just slightly longer than a credit card at 95mm x 55mm x 5mm, and with a range of processor families in the works, the Intel® Compute Card offers an optimal solution to power everything from entry-level to full featured host devices.
Includes built-in integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® wireless connectivity.
Equipped with a range of processors, including 7th Gen Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor, to handle the toughest computing needs.
Whether installed internally or inserted externally, the compute card remains secure via an integrated locking mechanism.
Reduce the number of SKUs to manage through compute card enabled devices. Scale quickly when demand dictates.
Save on engineering and design costs with a standardized I/O interface designed to support multiple devices.
Low wattage computing with cooling integrated in the dock.
Simply add a compute card to any certified device to increase its compute capabilities and lifecycle.
Hardware replacement is as simple as swapping the existing compute card for a new one.
Together with leading global partners, Intel plans to develop an exciting ecosystem of products based on the compute card.
We are continually working with our regional partners to push the development of additional connected devices.
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