The Shuttle Computer Group has this week announced a new addition to their range of PC systems with the launch of the new Shuttle DQ170 Slim, which has been specifically designed for applications that might require a little extra encryption or security.
The latest Shuttle DQ170 Slim mini PC supports hardware TPM (Trusted Platform Module), an international standard for crypto-processing and Intel’s vPRO software, which adds another layer of security.
Marty Lash, director sales and marketing, Shuttle Computer Group explains :
We take computer security and crypto-processing very seriously; we realize that there are a number of industries that need extra defense against hackers. With TPM and vPRO support, the DQ170 strengthens our place in the markets that use highly sensitive data like DoD, medical, banking, and enterprise.
The Shuttle press release explains :
The DQ170 has built-in TPM 2.0, which provides a set of random keys used to protect HDD data; it ensures that unauthorized users do not have permission to access any data. With installed Intel Core vPRO processor, the DQ170 can support Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT), which can remotely manage and troubleshoot the client PC system via a wire or wireless network (across different network segments) from anywhere in the world, effectively reducing the cost and manpower of on-site maintenance.
The DQ170 features a 1.3-liter slim design and body thickness of only 43mm with significantly fewer cables and no daughter board, which makes for easy assembly, enhanced thermal efficiency, and system stability due to increased airflow. It’s exclusive heat pipe cooling module with smart fan design, means that smart ventilation keeps the system running quiet and cool for long term, 24/7 operation.
Systems integrators can connect with multiple peripherals via four USB2.0 ports, four USB3.0 ports, and two RS232 (one RS232 and one RS232/422/485, both support 0V/5V/12V). In addition, an adaptor can be used to convert RS232 to USB to support more devices. The DQ170 has one built-in M.2 2260 with type M and one half-size Mini PCIe slots to install a WiFi card or other compatible devices, for maximum expansion capacity.
For more information on the new Shuttle DQ170 Slim and to purchase jump over to the Shuttle website for details by following the link below.
Source: ShuttleFiled Under: Hardware, Top News