This week, GIGAIPC announced the QBiX-Pro-KBLB7100HD-A1, A new IoT device from the subsidiary of Gigabyte, which is said to be the “industry’s first 5G enabled embedded computing system”.
GIGAIPC, a GIGABYTE subsidiary, has introduced a 5G industrial embedded PC, called the QBiX-Pro-KBLB7100HD-A1. The company hopes that the system will aide “Machine Vision, Automated Guided Vehicle, Factory Automation, and other applications” – a collection of technologies known as Industry 4.0.
GIGAIPC said that the technology behind its new device is able to support “smart cities and smart transportations; remote medical care and wirelessly connected Industrial devices”. The company continued to discuss how the computer systems I/O interface enables “Internet of Things edge computing, and enable the high operational efficiency and service quality required in the 5G era”.
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Kitguru says: The QBiX-Pro-KBLB7100HD-A1 could be a step in the right direction as the push for 5G connectivity continues in industrial settings. How long do you think it will be before we have fully transitioned into using 5G both in industrial devices and as consumers?