Small-form-factor computer system manufacturer and digital signage solution provider AOpen last week introduced what it’s billing as “the smallest Intel Core i7 and Intel Core i5 processor-based desktop PC – XC mini MP57.” ã€€
Additionally, support for Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 7 capabilities and features include smart power management APIs for developers to help them to build applications that can improve CPU idle time and reduce power consumption.
“We are committed to helping our partners simplify development and create solutions with rich, connected user experiences for their customers through Windows Embedded Standard 7 and the other flexible Windows Embedded platforms and technologies,” said Ashwin Kulkarni, senior product manager for Windows Embedded at Microsoft Corp. “AOpen’s XC Mini MP57 demonstrates how we are working with partners to meet market needs with innovative solutions.”
Aimed at high performance office application, AOpen’s MP57 provides Intel AMT, which improves managing and securing networked computing resources such as inventory assets and repair systems using out-of-band (OOB) management capabilities. Every single feature makes the MP57 the best selection for digital office today.
“As the digital signage market expands, the need for highly reliable and scalable media player solutions increases,” said Jose Avalos, director of digital signage at Intel. “Solutions such as AOpen’s standards-based MP57 continue to effectively use technology such as Intel AMT to deliver energy efficient, remotely managed, high performance and high reliability devices, resulting in lower TCO and increased uptime.”
“This is exactly the type of strategic partnerships AOpen would like to demonstrate,” said Dale Tsai, president of AOpen America. “In working with both Intel and Microsoft, we identified valuable and key solutions that would meet the ever changing market demand and needs.”
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