ADLINK unveils new graphics card with Intel Arc A380E GPU

ADLINK unveils new graphics card with Intel Arc A380E GPU Duncan is an award-winning technology industry analyst, specialising in cloud computing, blockchain, martech and edge computing.

ADLINK Technology, a specialist in edge computing, has further extended its portfolio of GPU modules with the introduction of the A380E graphics card – the company’s first graphics card in low profile PCIe form factor employing an Intel Arc A380E GPU.

Aimed primarily at the commercial gaming market (slot machines, video lottery terminals and electronic games etc.), it can be integrated into ADLINK gaming platforms, such as the ADi-SA6X, which leverage Intel Core processors for  great platform performance.

The industrial grade A380E graphics card features an exceptional cost/performance ratio, high reliability and low power consumption (50W).  As with all ADLINK industrial products, it delivers on longevity with availability guaranteed for a minimum of five years. In addition, the A380E graphics card is slim and compact with a single slot design, measuring only 69mm x 156mm.

Flexible application

Although the core market is likely to be commercial gaming, the A380E graphics card is also suited to industrial Edge AI applications such as Industrial IoT and retail analytics. Video wall graphics and media processing and delivery are examples of the many other potential uses.

The A380E graphics card is compatible with the OpenVino open-source toolkit which streamlines AI development and integration of deep learning in several domains including computer vision. It also supports DirectX 12, Vulkan 1.3, OpenGL 4.6, OpenCL 3.0*, Windows 11 and Linux.

Comprehensive portfolio

The A380E is a welcome addition to ADLINK’s extensive range of A350E/A370E MXM GPU solutions featuring powerful Intel Arc discrete graphics. These modules improve response, precision and reliability in time sensitive Edge applications demanding graphics in sectors such as healthcare, media processing, transportation and of course, commercial gaming.

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