Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp. (ADDC) has completed testing and initial production of the credit card-sized BioDigitalPC® (measuring 54mm x 86mm x 6mm), utilizing the recently announced AMD (NYSE: AMD) Embedded G-Series CPU System-on-Chip (SOC) platform. The BioDigitalPC® family of products, manufactured in the U.S. by ADDC, features credit card-sized computing systems complete with CPU, RAM and memory storage.
“We are extremely pleased with the performance and quality of this latest BioDigitalPC®. Imagine fitting an x86 quad core CPU, 8GB of DDR3 and 128GB SSD all in a credit card sized form factor,” said ADDC CEO Michael Arnouse. “The model offers double the high-speed RAM and adds capabilities like VT-x and virtualization on all models. In addition to these new capabilities is a higher performing graphics engine.”
The latest BioDigitalPC® will be named the BioDigitalPC 7 and will add to the already launched BioDigitalPC® family of products that are being used by the U.S. Department of Defense for various projects, servers, communications equipment and various commercial uses.
“We believe that the AMD G-Series SOC complements the compact BioDigitalPC® 7 perfectly, offering users a seamless solution for high performance graphics and power efficiency, all in the palm of your hand,” said Kamal Khouri, director of embedded products, AMD. “The next generation of embedded computing will be enabled by SoC solutions.
Keeping in line with ADDC’s stated goal of green computing, including the reduction of e-waste and conserving energy without sacrificing performance, the BioDigitalPC® 7 offers significant power savings over computing systems currently on the market.
With its Enhanced Universal Video Decode (UVD), the AMD G-Series SOC offers a new video encode capability that allows playback of even the most demanding video at high frame rates. The BioDigitalPC® series of computing platforms is capable of running all x86-based operating systems including 64-bit Linux, Android and Windows distributions, including Windows Server.
ADDC is currently taking orders on 6W, 9W, 15W and 25W varieties of the BioDigitalPC® with the dual or quad core AMD Embedded G-Series SOC, 2 to 8GB DDR3 and 4GB to 128GB SSD.
About Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp.
Arnouse Digital Devices Corporation (ADDC) was founded in 2002 by Michael Arnouse to create a new, revolutionary, interchangeable compute platform which gives users an unprecedented level of flexibility, compute power, small size, low power use and ultra-high security. Currently, ADDC includes four locations throughout the east and west coasts, as well as representation in over 57 countries. ADDC has been granted 17 utility patents, with three pending in the areas of pluggable computing and the surrounding ecosystem. ADDC is fully committed to provide the world’s best computing solutions for traditional and harsh environments that enable people, government and businesses to excel in productivity and abilities. ADDC products are proudly
Made in the USA.
Arnouse Digital Devices Corp.
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Phone: (516) 673-4444
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