At the show, Supermicro highlighted its new Internet of Things (IoT) Gateway System (SYS-E100-8Q) which extends Supermicro's Embedded solutions ecosystem with an ultra low-power Edge-to-Cloud mesh network device powered by a 2.2W Intel Quark SoC X1021 and featuring 512GB DDR3 ECC memory, a ZigBee module socket and expansion support with Micro SDHC (up to 32GB) and 2x Mini-PCI-E slots.
In addition, Supermicro also displayed a wide range of server/storage building blocks and solutions based on Intel Atom processors and Intel Xeon processors targeting embedded applications in Medical Imaging, Communications, Retail, Transportation Control, Digital Security and Surveillance, Industrial Automation, Cloud and Cold Storage, and Content Management and Distribution.
"Supermicro is expanding our Embedded Building Blocks with a new IoT gateway product that provides complete edge-to-Cloud solutions for data aggregation and analytics", stated Charles Liang, President and CEO of Supermicro. "The addition of this new class of device to our embedded server and storage solutions provides maximum flexibility to configure scalable computing infrastructure optimized for enterprise, commercial and industrial automation applications."
"The Intel Quark SoC X1000 series based IoT Gateway System E100-8Q is built upon the Intel IoT Gateway which offers integrated security, enhanced reliability and long lifetime support", stated Geetha Dabir, vice president and general manager of Application Ready Platforms for IoT at Intel. "With Supermicro providing both Intel architecture-based server and storage solutions alongside their IoT Gateway E100-8Q, customers can rapidly deploy end-to-end embedded computing infrastructure across a wide range of applications such as Smart Factory and Smart Building."