Wednesday, February 03, 2010

KINO-QM57A Controls 1080p Digital-Signage Player
IEI's KINO-QM57A Mini-ITX CPU board includes the socket G CPU socket for Intel Core i7 and i5 processors and the Mobile Intel QM57 Express chipset with Intel Active Management Technology 6.0. The KINO-QM57A is suitable for high-resolution digital signage, surveillance security monitoring and public infotainment applications. The KINO-QM-57 is based on the 32nm Intel Corei7/i5 processor and supports two DDR III SO-DIMM memory modules up to 4GB.

The Mobile Intel QM57 Express chipset allows the playback and transmission of high-quality video. The chipset includes embedded Gbit Ethernet capabilities. The KINO-QM57A has an integrated graphics engine to support up to 1080p HD video playback and the on-board Intel 82577LM GbE LAN controller offers high-speed network-transmission rates. The display output interfaces include two HDMI ports, a VGA port and 18/24-bit dual-channel LVDS option.

The onboard graphics can support two grouped video signals on two sets of displays, or the same signal broadcast over all four outputs. The IEI KINO-QM57A is good for public-surveillance security applications. The Intel 82577LM GbE LAN controller supports Intel Active Management Technology 6.0 and enables remote control and monitoring functions over the network. The KINO-QM57A has a variety of I/O interfaces, including: a VGA port, an LVDS connector, two HDMI ports, two Gbit Ethernet ports, an SPIDF pin header, four RS-232 serial ports, eight USB 2.0s, six SATA II connectors, three SATA power connectors powering two SATA drives each, an external 12V DC power input and an internal 2x2-pin power connector, and a PCIe Mini card extension and a PCIe x16 interface.

The PCIe x16 is suitable for graphics and I/O use. The IEI KINO-QM57A is a powerful platform for digital signage and surveillance-security applications.

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