Top 10 advantages of the Helix Series and its Intel 10th Gen Processing

  1. Built better from the ground up with 10th gen architecture

    Intel’s architecture updates offer many enhancements including improved heat dissipation. Bottom line, the systems are easier to keep cool. So even with high processing power, Helix offers an extended operating temperature range from 0°C to 50°C. 

  2. Long lifecycle for your IIoT project

    This brand new architecture has a long lifecycle which offers peace of mind. This means you can source and deploy additional or identical replacement hardware as needed for the lifespan of your application.

  3. Enhanced integrated graphics

    With Helix, you can have up to 3 independent 4K displays, all without a dedicated graphics card which can create excessive heat. 

  4. Maximum performance capabilities

    Helix supports up to 64 GB of RAM. The end result is that you don’t have to compromise performance. 

  5. Right performance at the right cost

    Helix can be configured with as few as 2 Cores and as many as 10 Cores, with up to 20 threads. Consequently, you can choose the performance that works best for you. You don’t have to pay for more than what you need.  

  6. Connectivity in abundance 

    Helix offers a huge variety of I/O, including 8 USB ports and options for your legacy connection needs.

  7. Limit downtime with Intel vPro technology, including Intel Active Management Technology (AMT)

    Downtime will be limited and Out-Of-Band (OOB) features are made easy with Intel AMT. As a result, technicians can remotely manage systems, thereby eliminating costly visits for field maintenance. 

  8. Reap the benefits of virtualization

    Create a faithful abstraction of the full 10th gen Comet Lake processor to a Virtual Machine. By taking advantage of virtualization, you could save money on hardware, power and IT staff costs. 

  9. Improved performance and reliability

    Use Intel RST to help solve complex storage challenges for applications that need speed or redundancy. Consequently, this might help to protect you from data loss.

  10. Customize power needs with configurable TDP

With configurable TDP, you can decide what wattage to run. That means, if you don’t need the power, you can scale down and save on power consumption.

Source: OnLogic