(PR) New Cincoze DV-1000 Industrial Embedded Computer Brings Power to Edge Computing

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Today, rugged embedded computer brand Cincoze added the high-performance and essential DV-1000 rugged embedded computer series to its DIAMOND product line. The DV-1000 is a high-performance embedded computer with a compact chassis and flexible expansion options. It is an excellent fit for high-performance industrial applications with limited installation space, such as smart manufacturing, machine vision, and railway computing. With Cincoze’s unwavering focus on smart manufacturing, the new DV series rounds out the Cincoze DIAMOND product line, providing industrial customers more performance, scalability, size, power, and certification options. Cincoze now holds its selection of product series to satisfy every requirement as a key advantage in smart manufacturing.

The DV-1000 has a footprint of only half a sheet of A4 paper, with a chassis measuring 224 × 162 × 64 mm, and is powered by a 9/8th Gen Intel Core i7/i5/i3 CPU (Coffee Lake-R S series) that supports up to 128 GB of DDR4 2666 MHz memory. Storage options include 1x 2.5 SATA HDD/SSD tray, 2x mSATA slots, and 1x M.2 Key M 2280 slot for a high-speed NVMe SSD. It is small in size, but it can meet applications in different fields with high-speed computing and multiple storage options.


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