Oak – Simply NUC

Arriving in Q2

OAK BY SIMPLY NUC

Powered by AMD Ryzen™

The newest in Simply NUC’s Long-Life Mini product line, the Oak family offers both feature-rich and economical performance options. A rugged, long-lasting unit to power your digital signage, electronic kiosks, edge computers, and other free-standing utilities. Oak’s evergreen nature allows you a hands-off approach to digital computing.
  • • Two options – Post Oak and Red Oak, to meet your unique needs
  • • 7-year supply to meet your long-life mini-computing needs
  • • Powered by AMD Ryzen™
  • • Boasts a strong balance between processor and graphics performance
  • • Small in size but a true heavyweight in toughness and reliability
  • • Supports a wide power supply range of 12V to 19Vdc

How Oak works for you

The Simply NUC Oak is a mini computer built with an AMD Ryzen™ Embedded processor, delivering innovation in a small space for embedded solutions. A wireless-AC card can be installed into one of two M.2 slots, leaving the other available slot for a lightning fast SSD. The bottom of the chassis is designed to accommodate mounting options including DIN rail and VESA plate. And there are board SKU options for embedded designs.

Finally, whether it’s Windows® 10, Linux, or another OS, these systems are verified to run a wide range of operating systems so you can build the exact solution your clients want.

Post Oak LLM

Feature-rich Performance

Red Oak LLM

Economical Performance

Edge data analytics

With Oak, you’ll maintain a great balance between pushing complex data up to the cloud, and managing real time more urgent tasks on premise.

Digital signage

Set up your signs with ease and avoid the inconvenience of constant maintenance. Oak is ready to do its job for as long as you need it to.

Industrial

No matter what your task, if it needs doing over a long span of time, you can rely on Oak.

Our first long-life mini, Sequoia, is in production now:

Featuring the AMD® Ryzen™ CPU, at performance levels rarely seen in industrial computers, Sequoia gets the job done.