Following the success of the Intel Core-powered de next-TGU8, AAEON have now released its counterpart, de next-V2K8, this time featuring AMD Ryzen V2000 Series processors.
Built on the same 3.31” x 2.17” (86mm x 55mm) form factor, the de next-V2K8 is the world’s smallest single-board computer to host AMD Ryzen V2000 processors, with models currently available with AMD Ryzen Embedded V2718 and V2516 processors, providing 8 cores and 16 threads alongside Zen 2 x86 core architecture, integrated AMD Radeon Graphics, and 16GB onboard LPDDR4x memory.
The board is targeted toward the edge AI, drone, robotics, and smart transportation markets, as demonstrated by its full-function I/O with multiple high-speed interfaces. With a 2.5 GbE port, dual RS232/422/485 pin headers, and a total of six USB slots, the de next-V2K8 is designed to accommodate a range of peripheral cameras and sensors. To compliment the board’s integrated AMD Radeon Graphics, the board also contains eDP and HDMI 1.4b ports for 4K @30Hz, enabling two simultaneous displays.
These dense features, along with an M.2 2280 M-Key port in such as small, lightweight board make the de next-V2K8 a very attractive option for applications that require industrial-grade power in restrictive deployment spaces.
AAEON expects the de next-V2K8 to be a leading choice for projects in the robotics, drone, and, smart transport spheres.