Innodisk has this week introduced a new virtual I/O expansion module specifically created to help with the implementation of AI applications. Features of the InnoEx-IPCKVM include the ability to expand I/O through virtualization technology, extend I/O via RJ45 Ethernet, simulate remote I/O on local computer, keep I/O behavior and data format. No change of I/O operation, support PoE connection (optional), compliant with IEEE 802.3at/af, support display output of HDMI 1.4, supports 3 USB 2.0 ports (5V1A per port) and the hardware supports working temperatures from -10 to +65 degrees.
Expansion module for AI applications
“Innodisk is leading the way with their new InnoEx Virtual I/O Expansion Module, which helps global industries efficiently deploy various AI smart applications through the integration of software and hardware using virtual I/O expansion technology. This integration helps enterprises effectively control their computer equipment budget and solve the issue of complicated circuits that cannot be cut and arranged. It can be extended through virtual I/O technology using only a single computer system and a single network line, and can be connected with the InnoEx modules in series to flexibly expand the number and distance of terminal devices.
The InnoEx virtual I/O expansion module supports interfaces such as HDMI and USB. Innodisk will also launch Serial and CANbus versions in the second quarter of 2023. It is suitable for applications such as smart retail, smart image recognition, digital display, and AGV smart handling. It can also agilely realize various industrial applications and advanced AI intelligent applications.
“Due to miniaturization in the computer world, the space for I/O expansion slots has been greatly reduced. If integrators want to increase the number of I/O expansion devices, they often have to redesign their motherboard, which can be time-consuming and not economical. Fortunately, various embedded expansion cards provided by Innodisk can solve these issues. However, some motherboards cannot use expansion cards. To address this, Innodisk has launched a new virtual I/O expansion solution. InnoEx allows for a single route to connect a single computer system, and functions like a multi-function transfer port, effectively expanding the number and distance of external devices through virtual signals. It has high system compatibility, does not occupy the I/O slots on the original computer system, and does not require changes to the mechanism design. It can also be integrated into the existing network architecture to achieve borderless I/O expansion through networking.”
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Source : Innodisk
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