Quanmax just launched the RAK-110S, for video stream analytics or recording in security surveillance and business process monitoring, long-distance learning, long-distance medicine or other video streaming applications.
Besides Intel’s high-performance Kaby Lake-S computing platform and high-speed DDR4 memory interface, RAK-110S also has Intel’s 7th-generation integrated graphics processor incorporated into the processor package to handle a vast amount of high-framerate and/or high-resolution video data.
RAK-110S reserves space to accommodate up to four 2.5″ SATA HDD/SSD drives. The SATA interface supports high-speed 6.0 Gb/s data throughput. It is also an ideal platform to storage high-resolution videos.
In addition, RAK-110S has two accessible PCIe x8 slots located on rear I/O panel for specific functionality expansion, for example, a video capture card to capture videos for video streaming applications; a network expansion card in case integrators would like to develop a network appliance. RAK-110S is equipped with two mSATA/mPCIe combo sockets for flexible configuration for SSD drive, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and/or 3G/4G wireless connection.
RAK-110S includes a hardware-based TPM 2.0 security chip inside and provides more secure encryption / decryption measures to streaming data. In addition, it can effectively prevent unauthorized users from accessing the server and prove which software runs on the system.
RAK-110S is enclosed within an 1U short-depth rackmount chassis for installation in wall-mount racks or cabinets which save floor space. It is an ideal computing platform for smaller installations or residential / commercial purposes. In addition, the handles are detachable, allowing to be used as a desktop unit for home, small-business or similar uses with minimum system architecture.
Here are the detailed specs.