Fujitsu mainboards with 4th -gen Intel Core chipsets in distribution

August 01, 2013 // By Graham Prophet
Fujitsu's D322x-B family of µATX mainboards uses LGQA1150 sockets. The mainboards support the 4th generation Intel Core(TM) processor family and are available at distributor Rutronik.

The new D3220-B mainboards with the Intel B85 Chipset, D3221-B with Intel Q83 Chipset and D3222-B with Intel Q87 Chipset all share the same layout and drivers, which facilitates the design-in of the mainboards and offers flexibility. Their voltage supply is optimised for the lowest possible level of energy consumption. Additionally, Fujistu SilentFan technology ensures very quiet, but safe operation thanks to temperature-based control of ventilation. All models use a Intel Gigabit Ethernet Network Connection and require no more than two soldering processes.

The D322x-B family is suitable for remote management with various software solutions. Fujitsu DeskView offers a comprehensive solution for in-band management, i.e. remote access to the mainboard while the operating system is running. Out-of-band management, i.e. remote access on the BIOS level while the operating system is switched off or dysfunctional, is particularly important for unstaffed embedded applications. In cooperation with American Megatrends, Fujitsu caters to out-of-band management needs with the AMI Megarac XMS remote management solution, based on iAMT or DASH.

Rutronik: www.rutronik.com