Last Updated: June 22, 2021
The MEC-6300 is based on the Intel Atom Processor C3558R (Denverton-NS Refresh) with four cores running up to 2.4 GHz at only 17 watt thermal design power (TDP). Compared to the previous generation, the Atom 3558 , the 3558R reaches higher frequencies while keeping almost the same TDP, supports faster memory like DDR4-2400 instead of DDR4-2133 and provides 20 instead of 12 PCI Express 3.0 lanes for enhanced connectivity and bandwidth. For connectivity the MEC-6300 offers a variety of different networking options: Six Ethernet ports with up to 10 Gigabit, WiFi (5 GHz and 2.4 GHz) and cellular (mobile) networking with LTE and 5G. Wireless connectivity is supported by four outside antennas for 5G (sub6) and 18 inside antennas for LTE and WiFi. Overall the CASwell MEC-6300 is the optimal edge networking system for many use cases found throughout different industries due to its versatility and flexibility, numerous connectivity options and its effective and efficient processing power.
- Multi-Access, Multi-Wireless
Variety of different networking options: Six GbE ports, Wi-Fi (5 & 2.4 GHz) and cellular (mobile) networking with LTE and 5G. Wireless connectivity is supported by four outside antennas for 5G (sub6) and 18 inside antennas for LTE and Wi-Fi.