Following the announcement of new 12th Generation Intel Core processors at CES 2022, OnLogic (www.onlogic.com), has revealed their upcoming Karbon 800 Series of rugged computers, designed to leverage the advanced features and capabilities of Intel’s latest CPUs.
The OnLogic Karbon 800 Series has been engineered for machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), advanced manufacturing, automation, and other Industry 4.0 and Industrial IoT applications, that require powerful computing in commercial and industrial environments.
“We have been amazed by what our customers have created using our Karbon 700 Series, and with the large performance upgrades provided by Intel’s Alder Lake architecture, the Karbon 800 Series will give them the power to continue to innovate,” says OnLogic Rugged Line product manager, Maxx Garrison. “We’ve focused on adding additional features and expansion options to support the wide-ranging applications of our customers. This includes PCIe Gen 4 expansion for the latest GPUs, new I/O options like 10GbE and M12 LAN, and new configurations including a high-capacity RAID array option. The Karbon 800 Series will be our highest-performance and most configurable systems yet!”
Karbon 800 Models
The Karbon 800 will be available in four models at launch, allowing users to select and customize the system that best fits their particular needs. Each model can be configured with up to a 16-core, Intel Core i9 processor and 64 GB of DDR4 ECC or non-ECC memory.
Depending on the model, a wide range of storage and expansion options are available, including optional hot-swap bays as well as single and dual PCIe Gen 4 slots. OnLogic’s unique ModBay expansion technology can also be used to add a variety of additional connectivity and storage options, including up to 14x LAN ports and a 6x 2.5in SSD RAID array.
The Karbon 800 is expected to launch early in the spring of 2022 and visitors to the OnLogic website can sign up to receive updates about launch timing and pricing.