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Industrial Linux PC boasts 16 serial ports

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Aaeon’s Fedora Linux ready Boxer-6914 is quite similar to the Boxer-6614 it released earlier this year, but it lacks the external heatsink, and adds a lot more serial ports, as well as additional USB ports and DIO. Instead of running an Intel Celeron from the Bay Trail family, it harkens back to an Intel Atom D2550 “Cedar Trail” processor. The Atom D2550 has dual 1.86GHz cores, a 10 Watt TDP, and 640MHz Intel graphics. This is a processor with a separate Intel NM10 controller chipset, not a system-on-chip.

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