Simply NUC Pioneers a New Class of Commercial and Industrial-Grade Mini PCs with Help from AMD Ryzen™
Simply NUC, an Intel Platinum Partner located in Bangor, Co Down has donated computer equipment to the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald to help patients communicate with their loved ones whilst in a hospital during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Here at Simply NUC we strive to bring technological solutions to all points and places in life. From the office to the home we seek to make a difference.
But then there are moments when even we are surprised and proud of the impact one of our solutions can have.
Meet James, an 11-year-boy like any other, yet just as unique as any.
His father emailed us and shared this simple and moving story and graciously offered for us to share it.
“We have a 11-year-old boy, James who has special needs and a rare genetic condition. He is nonverbal.
We have been using Lumo play for a while and it has been magical for James development. It captures his attention immediately with the interactive floor set up. Each game provides a different experience, but they all encourage his hand to eye coordination and motor skills. For us as parents it’s amazing to see his enjoyment at interacting and achieving a response from his physical movements.
The setup of the equipment is so straight forward. We have the projector mounted in the ceiling and connected to the NUC box which runs the Lumo software. The NUC box is so compact and unobtrusive but packs a punch to power the motion detection from the connected camera.
We are so delighted with the setup and software and it’s such a revelation that this works so well encouraging James capabilities.”
We are both honored and inspired to know the difference the LUMOplay solution has made in James’ life.
As COVID-19 coverage predominates, a sliver of optimistic news emerged March 13.
Inc. magazine released the names of the Texas companies on its annual Inc. 5000 ranking of companies where revenue is going gangbusters.
Over the years we’ve seen a number of NUC-like mini PCs with AMD processors. But now a company that’s best known for selling NUCs is getting in on the action. Heck, the company even has NUC in the name. Simply NUC’s new Sequoia computer is a small desktop PC powered by an AMD Ryzen Embedded processor.
SimplyNUC, a maker of ultra-compact form-factor (UCFF) PCs, has introduced its first PCs that use AMD’s Ryzen Embedded processors. The Sequoia units are rugged commercial systems designed for applications like edge data analytics, electronic kiosks, and digital signage that can withstand up to 95% of relative humidity as well as temperatures as high as 60°C.
Simply NUC has announced Sequoia, the company’s latest line of rugged ultra-compact form-factor (UCFF) PCs. The two new PCs are the vendor’s first to use APUs from the AMD Ryzen V1000 series. There have been other AMD-powered small form factor (SFF) systems before, but this is the closest one to a NUC that we’ve seen yet.
Those looking to purchase small form factor PCs or NUCs with something other than an Intel Core CPU now have an AMD Ryzen option too. Announced by Simply NUC, their latest Sequoia NUCs will be powered by AMD Ryzen processors and will be available later soon in two variants that are very decently priced.
Simply NUC, Inc, a Platinum Intel® Technology Provider and leading Intel® NUC integration company based in Round Rock, Texas and Belfast, UK, today announced it is now taking pre-orders for the industry’s first “AI on the PC” Developer Kit. This is the result of a close collaboration effort between Intel and Simply NUC.
Inc. magazine last week revealed that Simply NUC is No. 234 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.