As London struggles to deal with the heat, here at Aleutia we’re always cool

3 Cool Ways Aleutia PCs Beat the Heat:

1) Surface Area
Just like your head and fingers stay cool on hot days (and need hats and gloves in winter), our computer cases maximise surface area to dissipate heat

2) Aircraft Grade Aluminium
We use 6000 series aluminium that transfers heat like crazy, keeping the computer nice and cool inside

3) Solid State Drive instead of a Hard Drive
Hard Drives get hot. Spinning around at 7200 rotations per minute (RPM) does that. We use Solid State storage in every product we make, so not only is there less heat but they’re completely silent… shhhh.

Find out more about our cool products here.

Embedded World 2014 - free entry for all!

As announced last year Aleutia will be travelling to Nuremberg, Germany in the last week of February for Embedded World 2014 (http: //www.embedded-world.de/en/) to launch:

  • a new quad core fanless Bay Trail version of our best selling T1
  • the new R50, a high temperature fanless Intel Haswell i3 NUC system capable of streaming 4K video
  • a 2U sealed fanless Xeon Marine Server coated with a nano-tech film to improve water resistance and thermals

We can offer free entry to Embedded World for all our customers and suppliers - just get in touch at sales@aleutia.com.

Information on all of our products including a custom configurator can be found at http: //www.aleutia.com/.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Merry Christmas to all our customers and suppliers!

2013 was a very exciting year for Aleutia with some great projects, new products and company expansion. More is planned in 2014:

  • new and refreshed products based on Bay Trail, Haswell and Xeon motherboards
  • exciting hardware and software projects in the Education and Healthcare sectors
  • further expansion of the company and additional recruitment

The office will be closed for Christmas week and reopen in the New Year. You can still find out all about our products at www.aleutia.com and put together custom configurations. Enjoy the break and see you in 2014.

The Aleutia Team