MF05 Sereis – Intel® Tiger Lake-UP3 3.5” SBC for IoT Application

Taipei, Taiwan, July 23, 2021 – Jetway, a world-leading Industrial PC (IPC) manufacturer, is pleased to release the MF05 series Industrial Embedded Mainboard with 11 th Gen Intel® Tiger LakeUP3 CoreTM Processor, deliver industry-leading performance for power optimized and space saver intended applications.

According to the official Intel ® profile, ‘11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors deliver a balance of performance and responsiveness in a low-power platform built on our third-generation 10nm process technology. Engineered to deliver for IoT markets, these processors can support low-latency and time-sensitive applications, and have the power to run multiple workloads including AI and deep learning applications on a single platform.’

The MF05 series is Jetway’s first 3.5” SBC based on the 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake platform. With the latest PCIe Gen 4, it offers up to four 4K HDR independent displays or one 8K SDR displays (DP) – a first for any 3.5” SBC. New features also include M.2 M-key 2242/2280 PCIe 4.0 x4 for NVMe solid state drive, Intel I225-LM PCIe 2.5GbE and I219-LM PHY Gigabit LAN (iAMT 12.0), 4 * USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gb/s), and 4 * Serial Headers (2 * RS232, 2 * RS232/422/485) for legacy peripherals.

Thanks to best-in-class components and connectivity, the Jetway MF05 series has rich configurations and is perfect for retail, industrial automation, machine vision systems, medical data analysis, machine learning and artificial intelligence applications.

MF05 Feature Highlights:

– Intel® Tiger Lake-UP3 SoC Processor (TDP 12~28W)
– 2* DDR4-3200MHz SO-DIMM up to 64GB
– 1* Intel® i219-LM 1.0GbE, 1* Intel® i225-LM 2.5GbE
– 2* HDMI, 2* DisplayPort, 1* eDP, 1* LVDS
– 4* COM (COM1/COM2 support RS232/422/485), 4* USB3.2 (Gen.2), 4* USB2.0
– 1* M.2 M-key 2242/2280, PCIe 4.0 x4 interface support NVMe
– 1* M.2 E-key 2230, USB2.0/PCIe x1 interface support CNVi
– MF05-22: Onboard TPM 2.0 (option)

For more information please visit our website or contact Jetway today.