SimplyNUC, a maker of ultra-compact form-factor (UCFF) PCs, has introduced its first PCs that use AMD’s Ryzen Embedded processors. The Sequoia units are rugged commercial systems designed for applications like edge data analytics, electronic kiosks, and digital signage that can withstand up to 95% of relative humidity as well as temperatures as high as 60°C.

SimplyNUC will offer two versions of its Sequoia UCFF systems: the Sequoia v6 equipped with AMD’s quad-core Ryzen V1605B processor with AMD Radeon Vega 8 graphics, 4 GB of memory, and a 128 GB SSD. Meanwhile the Sequoia v8 is powered by AMD’s quad-core Ryzen V1807B processor with AMD Radeon Vega 11 graphics, 4 GB of DDR4 RAM, and 128 GB SSD. As always with SimplyNUC PCs, the Sequoia computers can be tailor-made in accordance with requirements of a particular client.

UPDATE 11/15: AMD's Ryzen V1605B is a quad-core processor that was incorrectly called a dual-core CPU by the PC maker.

Being flexible systems aimed at a wide range of applications, all SimplyNUC Sequoia UCFF PCs feature very extensive connectivity, which includes Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5, optional 4G/LTE modem, two GbE ports (controlled using Intel’s i210-LM), two Mini DisplayPort outputs, Serial RS-232/Serial RS-485 video outputs, an optional microSD card reader, and several USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports.

 

When sold in default configurations, SimplyNUC’s Sequoia v6 will cost £445, whereas the Sequoia v8 is to be priced at £560. Since we are talking about embedded systems, the manufacturer guarantees a seven-year supply for the computers (starting from November 2019) and will offer them with warranty options of up to five years.

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Source: SimplyNUC

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  • 1_rick - Thursday, November 14, 2019 - link

    Never mind--the thing must simply be wrong, because if you click through to their website and enter the product configurator they sell up to 2TB drives. Reply
  • Soulkeeper - Thursday, November 14, 2019 - link

    Do they support ecc ? Reply
  • PixyMisa - Friday, November 15, 2019 - link

    The embedded Epyc chips themselves do: https://www.amd.com/system/files/documents/v1000-f...

    This system doesn't seem to list it anywhere.
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  • Soulkeeper - Thursday, November 14, 2019 - link

    They have a configuration option for 2x32GB sodimms, but don't mention what speed/type.
    Impressive.
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  • 1_rick - Friday, November 15, 2019 - link

    The CPU itself supports up to DDR4-2400 according to wikichip (and AMD. I couldn't find if it supported faster speeds with less memory.) Reply
  • Soulkeeper - Friday, November 15, 2019 - link

    My ryzen laptop don't support the 32GB of ecc sodimms I have in it. So that's why I asked. Reply
  • PixyMisa - Friday, November 15, 2019 - link

    I believe that with the laptop APUs, only the Pro parts support ECC. But the Epyc embedded chips all do. Reply
  • Soulkeeper - Friday, November 15, 2019 - link

    It's a pro, lenovo just didn't add ecc support in the bios. Reply
  • PixyMisa - Friday, November 15, 2019 - link

    Well, that sucks. Boo, Lenovo. BOO! Reply
  • mode_13h - Friday, November 15, 2019 - link

    Does the mobo even have the extra traces for it? Reply

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