Jetway SBC



  • I really like the layout of this board. 3 MiniPCIe Slots and a SIM slot.

    Jetway sure is putting out some interesting boards.

    http://www.jetwayipc.com/content/?NF533D4-1900_1561.html

    I guess the POE is meant for phone systems?
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16856107157



  • @Phishfry:

    I really like the layout of this board. 3 MiniPCIe Slots and a SIM slot.

    Jetway sure is putting out some interesting boards.

    http://www.jetwayipc.com/content/?NF533D4-1900_1561.html

    That board will go in the Jetway JBC375F533 barebone:
    http://jetwaycomputer.com/JBC375F533.html

    Intel has EOL'ed the ICH8M controller hub, so Jetway is rolling out some new products to replace previous boards with ICH8M parts.



  • What about the Newegg box with 4 POE at 25W but only 10/100 ethernet. What are they focused towards? Not POE cams so maybe POS? 25W is too high for IP phones. 25W good for AP's but 10/100 is not…Weird offering. I would think even embedded industrial design would call for gigabit these days.

    That case looks like it is 1.5" bigger in length and width than the board. I also don't see it for sale yet but the board is available on ebay from MITX for $280



  • @Phishfry:

    What about the Newegg box with 4 POE at 25W but only 10/100 ethernet. What are they focused towards? Not POE cams so maybe POS? 25W is too high for IP phones. 25W good for AP's but 10/100 is not…Weird offering. I would think even embedded industrial design would call for gigabit these days.

    Yes, very weird, for the added price a Netgear PoE Gbit switch would be a better solution, I suspect Jetway has some sort of OEM solution where this is useful.

    @Phishfry:

    That case looks like it is 1.5" bigger in length and width than the board. I also don't see it for sale yet but the board is available on ebay from MITX for $280

    I would wait for the JBC375F533 barebone, the special locking power connector (like Lanner uses) is a nice addition.



  • The fact that the J1900 doesn't offer AES-NI is also a kick for that kind of money…I do like that threaded power connector.
    Ironic they use a longer case to add VGA!

    I also like their PicoITX offering...
    http://www.jetwaycomputer.com/NP93.html

    I bought a similar Adavntech product and it failed in a months time. Very unusual as their stuff is bulletproof.
    Usually obsolete before dead.
    http://www.mouser.com/new/advantech/advantech-mio-226x/



  • I have a j1900
    like the power requirements
    hate the uefi



  • I hate UEFI as well but wonder if the pendulum has not swung to far with corebios. Minimal would be an understatement.



  • My experience with uefi so far has been zero benefit and flaky to death.

    I really hate that my j1900 forgets how to boot correctly every time any new drive is added.  Even a usb thumbdrive.

    I also like that my old-junk hardware is pre-9-11 terrorist hysteria.


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