Industrial rackmount computers with the utmost professionalism and quality assurance service. Acnodes offers a wide range of rackmount computers and IPC enclosures ranging from 1U, 2U, 3U, and 4U high. The rackmount computers are fully customizable and offer an extensive range of features including high-performance Intel processors, ATX motherboards, single-board computers with a passive backplane, large storage capabilities, and redundant power.
Rackmount computers integrating a PC open architecture into a standard 19 inch rugged metal rackmount enclosure with EMI shielding. The embedded boards provide various types of form factors including an off-shelf cost-effective standard ATX motherboard, Micro ATX motherboard, and industrial-grade long term life supported single-board computer with a backplane. Acnodes' rackmount computers support Windows, Linux-based, or FreeBSD operating systems and program apps that run under Windows PC or Linux environment.
Rackmount computers featuring a short depth chassis for constrained working environments and multiple Ethernet LAN ports.
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