1st one announced industrial Server Grade Autonomous Vehicle Server Computer.

acrosser Technology Co., Ltd. is pleased to announce the release of industrial-grade Edge AI and Autonomous Vehicle Server, the AAD-C622Ax series that combines the power of the serve-grade processor and the ruggedness of the In-Vehicle Computer. AAD-C622Ax supports Intel® 2nd Gen Xeon Scalable Processor (Cascade Lake) with C622 chipset and it provides 5 PCIe x16 slots with a maximum power consumption of 1000W, and 3 of the 5 PCIe x16 slots are intended for NVIDIA® or AMD high-end graphics cards to meet demanding applications like real-time edge computing, Autonomous Driving or AIoT/Industry 4.0.

 

Designed to work in vehicles, AAD-C622Ax provides a variety of I/O connection options including 6 M12 X-coded GigE LAN, 8 lockable USB 3.2, 2 RS-232/422/485, 3 SIM slots, and 2 2.5” SSD and 2 M.2 type swappable NVME storage. Additional expansion is available through our accessory kits with 2 M12 X-coded 10GigE LANs and CAN FD/CAN Bus module to meet the ever-changing requirements.

AAD-C622Ax, is the latest Edge AI & Autonomous in-vehicle server released by Acrosser Technology that provides high-speed computing capability and variety I/O options to meet the demanding customer applications and connects to standard vehicle voltage outputs of 12Vdc or 24/48Vdc along with power ignition control function, “said Alan Chou, Product Manager at Acrosser. “

Acrosser Technology provides industry-leading solutions with 30+ years of experience from supplying field-proven standard products to OEM/ODM services. Customers can always find the best solutions from the wide range of the products offered by Acrosser Technology to meet their exact application, shorten the time to market by reducing the development time, and accelerate the deployment process.

 

For more information about AAD-C622Ax, please go to our online inquiry system: https://www.acrosser.com/en/Contact/Inquiry

 

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