The EPC-U3233 by Advantech gets Ubuntu certified to accelerate AIoT Applications

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Canonical and Advantech have collaborated to help enterprises accelerate Edge AIoT Applications with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS certified on the  EPC-U3233, powered by an 8th Gen Intel® Core™ i series processor. This compact fanless embedded PC facilitates data-intensive computing in IoT edge applications. By certifying the Advantech’s EPC-U3233 for Ubuntu 20.04, Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, guarantees 5-years of maintenance updates and 5-years of extended security maintenance (ESM) to give enterprises a stable and secure IoT platform for AI application and edge computing.

Compact Fanless computer for AMR/AGV applications

Advantech’s EPC-U3233 delivers a 50% increase in performance when compared to previous generation CPUs. This computer adopts the compact fanless form factor to accommodate space-conscious industrial applications. The compute power, compact design of the EPC-U3233 and Ubuntu combine to enable data-intensive computing and autonomous mobile robots (AMR), automated guided vehicle (AGV) related applications. OTA and transactional updates ensure that the Ubuntu certified EPC-U3233 maintains secure and uninterrupted operations of Edge AIoT applications in manufacturing and industrial environments. The Ubuntu certified EPC-U3233 is continuously tested in Canonical’s lab to ensure the latest security updates work well on the device.

Deployment-ready embedded PC with high compatibility and flexibility

With Ubuntu certification, Advantech and Canonical work together to provide deployment-ready IoT devices and ensure developers have the best out-of-the-box Ubuntu experience. Canonical performs tests to confirm that the Ubuntu running on the system meets industrial grade standards and that each I/O on the EPC-U3233 works properly — including 2

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