Axiomtek has announced the iNA200, a DIN-rail cybersecurity gateway for OT (operational technology) network security.
The iNA200 (pictured below) is powered by the Intel Atom x6212RE or x6414RE processor (Elkhart Lake) and has one DDR4-3200 SO-DIMM for up to 32GB of system memory. For demanding rugged environments, this fanless IIoT Edge gateway comes with a wide operating temperature range (of −40°C to +70°C) and supports a wide power input of 9 to 36VDC with dual power input. The iNA200 also has two 2.5G LAN ports, sufficient storage, and high expandability for various industrial application demands.
“OT cybersecurity is essential for Industry 4.0. Axiomtek’s iNA200 is designed to safeguard your OT assets and avoid network threats for critical infrastructure,” said Kevin Hsiao, a product manager of the Network Computing Platform Division at Axiomtek. “Additionally, our iNA200 features an M.2 Key B slot to enable 5G connectivity for next-generation industrial use cases. With the Trusted Platform Module 2.0 (TPM 2.0) support, this cybersecurity gateway increases security offering hardware-level protection against malware and sophisticated cyber-attacks.”
The iNA200 Edge gateway ensures continued operations and public safety to meet the changing demands of diverse industrial IoT applications. It has one 2.5-inch SATA 3.0 SSD and eMMC onboard (optional) for storage. It also supports one full-size PCIe Mini Card slot (USB + SATA interface) and one M.2 Key B 3042/3052 slot (PCIe + USB interface) for wireless modules.
For the network interfaces, the iNA200 provides two GbE (gigabit Ethernet) LAN ports with LAN Bypass, two 2.5G LAN ports with LAN Bypass and TSN function, and two 1G SFP (Intel I210-IS) ports. More I/O options include one HDMI, two USB 3.0 ports, one COM port (RS-232/422/485) with DB9 type, one COM port (RS-485) with three-pin terminal block, one tact switch, four antenna holes, one power input connector, and one console port (RJ-45). In addition, the DIN-rail cybersecurity gateway runs with Windows 10 and Linux operating systems.
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