Advantech-Innocore showcases “gaming intelligence” at G2E Las Vegas

As the gaming-focused business unit of the $1 billion Advantech Group, Advantech-Innocore stands alone among hardware suppliers. With its own manufacturing plants, global logistics and service centers as well as a leading edge product roadmap, Advantech-Innocore is able to meet the most demanding requirements of our customers in the gaming industry.

The company has an extensive portfolio of standard hardware products based on both Intel® and AMD chipsets and offers supporting software products and utilities. The expert design team also delivers some of the most sophisticated custom designs for gaming industry OEMs who require a gaming platform designed to their exact specifications.

 

At the upcoming G2E tradeshow), the company’s theme is “Gaming Intelligence”.  “This theme aptly encompasses our products, our knowledge of the industry and our added value hardware and software solutions” commented Craig Stapleton Advantech’s product director.

“Our standard products provide customers with the latest technology in the form of gaming specific hardware platforms for the intelligent heart of today’s sophisticated slot machines.  Our expert team has over 15 years’ experience in the industry and can help customers with the design in process. Our range of software solutions add further intelligence with functions such as media validation, SAS networking, security and diagnostics.  Finally for customers requiring custom-designed products we can add intelligence in the form of custom FPGA and additional micro-controllers with custom firmware for sophisticated security, control and supervisory functions.”

Advantech-Innocore will be showing a full range of industrial computing platforms for gaming machines – the field proven DPX® Series, as well as a selection of products from Advantech’s other product divisions. Products on display will include platforms featuring the latest AMD, and Intel chipsets, and other embedded computing products. Industrial motherboards and modules in a variety of formats will be on display including Mini-ITX, Q7, COM Express and MicroATX.