OnLogic adds to lineup, uses latest Intel chips in new fanless computers for IoT and edge

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OnLogic has announced the immediate availability of two new fanless computing platforms powered by the Intel Celeron N and Pentium J series processors, formerly known as “Elkhart Lake”. The new Helix 310 and Helix 330 are highly customizable, fanless devices specifically engineered for industry 4.0, edge computing and industrial IoT applications.

“The Helix 300 Series hits that sweet spot of power, performance, efficiency and value that so many developers, integrators and OEMs are looking for,” says Mike Walsh, OnLogic Industrial Line Product Manager. “Intel’s Elkhart Lake processors provide the perfect complement to our industrial chassis because they were also built specifically for IoT applications.”

IoT-specific features of the Helix 300 Series include the Intel Programmable Services Engine (Intel PSE). The Intel PSE is a dedicated offload engine for IoT workloads powered by an ARM Cortex-M7 microcontroller, which enables enhanced real-time computing. The Helix 300 Series also features OnLogic’s unique ModBay expansion technology, which allows users to customize systems with additional connectivity options via available M.2 and mPCIe slots.

The Helix 300 Series can be configured with a range of Windows or Linux Ubuntu operating systems and can be paired with OnLogic’s suite of OEM services, including custom branding, software imaging, custom fulfilment services, and lifecycle management support.

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