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“Industrial Pi” Use Cases with Ubuntu and AMD

jiashiuan

on 18 October 2021

DFI’s GHF51 mini industrial-grade motherboard, and the EC90A-GH mini fanless industrial computer, are the world’s first industrial computer products that have passed the Ubuntu IoT hardware certification and are equipped with high-performance AMD processors. The 1.8-inch motherboard of the Ryzen R1000 processor has the same small size as the Raspberry Pi but brings unprecedented powerful computing performance, powerful expansion capabilities, and durability tailored for industrial applications. Combining the online update mechanism of the Ubuntu Certified Hardware and the online application store, the breakthrough development of “Industrial Pi” will redefine the future of the Industrial Internet of Things.

In this webinar, you’ll hear from Taiten Peng (IoT Solution Architect at Canonical) and Waterball Liu (DFI Product Manager) on

1. DFI “Industrial Pi” Use Cases on computer vision
2. The Basis Of Industrial Pi: AMD Embedded Ryzen
3. Ubuntu Core Refined For IoT
4. Get ready for another 30 years of Linux

Join our upcoming webinar and live Q&A on 27 October!

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