Many look forward to the changing of the seasons – a time to evolve, transition, and refocus. Fall has quickly arrived this year bringing many changes. A drop in temperature, new colors in nature, and an additional hour of sleep with Daylight Saving Time.
In business, the arrival of fall means that the last quarter is here and the year is quickly wrapping up. As we begin to look forward and plan for 2021, we anticipate our future business needs and goals.
At Simply NUC, we’re excited to not only welcome fall but also offer deals on some of our most popular business solutions to help you prepare for next year. Our AirServer, Sightcorp, LUMOplay, and Beechwoods solutions help solve many business challenges ranging from digital signage analytics to custom edge computing.
Over the course of the next month, we’ll highlight a different solution each Monday and offer a significant discount in the US and UK.
Follow the schedule below to know when significant savings will be offered on each solution.
- Week 1 – AirServer (US Only) (Promotion live – Save 20% now!)
- A universal mirroring solution for conferencing and home office needs
- Week 2 – Sightcorp Optimum Kit (Promotion details announced on 11/2/20)
- Supercharge any digital signage and AI-powered face analysis and real-time video analytics
- Week 3 – LUMOPlay Retail Kit (Promotion details announced on 11/9/20)
- Bring a digital display to life and engage with customers in a totally new and interactive way
- Week 4 – Beechwoods Edge Server (Promotion details announced on 11/16/20)
- A comprehensive and configurable edge server solution
The Season of Solutions is designed with one simple concept in mind – to provide you with the opportunity to learn more about some of our most popular solutions and purchase them at a significant discount as you prepare your business for 2021.
If you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com
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.
Like all of Intel’s NUC mini PCs that came before, the NUC 9 Extreme will be sold as an Intel-branded full computer. But it is a lot more than that. Intel is also opening up the NUC 9 Extreme as a platform for partners to participate and build their own designs, offering their own configs and chassis using the same core guidelines and Intel “Core” hardware.
Simply today announced a new range of mini computers, based on AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 processors, called Sequoia. The new NUC mini PC is now available to preorder and is expected to start shipping during January 2020. The Simply NUC LLMv8SQ and LLMv6SQ (named Sequoia) are mini computer SKUs built with AMD Ryzen Embedded V1807B or V1605B processors, delivering “innovation in a small space for embedded solutions” says SimplyNUC.
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.