spo-book MOVE QM77: A mini PC which can also be used as server
Mini PCs are doing a great deal of work and are space- and energy-saving at the same time. So far the known facts and benefits for those who are looking for maximum performance on minimum space.
„The trend towards mini PCs continues unabated”, says Michael Sporrer, CEO spo-comm. “But what we also have noticed is a trend that users increasingly want to use mini PCs as servers. Reason enough for us to develop the spo-book MOVE QM77 that meets the customers’ requirements especially in networking areas. Thanks to the UMTS and LTE interfaces the new model is also suitable for mobile deployment.”
Further advantages of the passively cooled system: It can be used in an enlarged temperature range in between -40°C and +70°C and be installed in vehicles. Thanks to the two drive bays and the several interfaces, its usage as noiseless and powerful server is easily applicable. Customers have the choice between 4 x Gigabit LAN and optional W-LAN as well as up to 2 x UMTS/LTE. In regards to the operating system, there should also be something for everybody as Windows 7 and 8, Windows 7 Embedded, Windows Server 2008 and Linux are available.
Highlights and technical data at a glance:
spo-book MOVE QM77:
• Intel core i7-3517UE cpu
• Mobile network up to LTE, dual sim support // wide range dc
• Smart vehicle power ignition
• Dual Hot Swapable SATA (HDD oder SSD)
• CAN Bus
• QM77 chip set
• Wide temperature range: -40 and +70°C
• optional battery kit
• Intel HD4000 graphics
• Dimensions: 55 x 250 x150 mm
◦ DIO ports 4 in / 4 out
◦ DVI-I and DP
◦ 4 x LAN
◦ 4 x USB 3.0
◦ 3 x RS232
◦ GPS (optional)
◦ BT (optional)
spo-comm offers mini pc solutions for industry and trade in Germany and Europe. The specialist's portfolio ranges from hardware, software, and services up to complete supply chain management – always with a perfect fit and based on an expertise that exactly meets the customer's requirements thanks to modularly combined service components. Numerous succesful customer references emphasize spo-comm's special expertise for digital signage. spo-comm has a dense network with global presence of hardware partners, is amongst others most important partner of MSI IPC in Europe, and was founded in 2002. CEO is Michael Sporrer.
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