Whiskey Lake-UE module supports four USB 3.1 Gen2 ports

Sep 3, 2019 | AMI in the News

Source: linuxgizmos.com

Adlink’s Linux-ready cExpress-WL Compact Type 6 … The module ships with an AMI Aptio V UEFI BIOS or optional Intel Slim Bootloader. The Slim Bootloader is open-source boot firmware “built from the ground up to be small, secure and optimized to run on Intel x86 architecture,” says Adlink. There’s also support for Intel’s OpenVINO Toolkit for computer vision applications.

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