DOES AEC-6636 SUPPORT IPMI?
The AEC-6636 does not support IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface).
While the AEC-6636 can support -AMT (Intel Active Management Technology), the default BIOS settings have this feature disabled.
If a customer specifically requires IPMI functionality, it will need to be discussed on a case-by-case basis.
It's important to note that IPMI is typically supported by server systems, whereas the AEC-6636 operates as a client device and does not have the capability to support IPMI.
The AEC-6636 is a versatile device that offers various features and functionalities for client applications. While it does not have built-in support for IPMI, it provides other capabilities that cater to the specific requirements of client-based systems.
With its -AMT (Intel Active Management Technology) support, the AEC-6636 enables remote management and monitoring capabilities, allowing administrators to perform tasks such as system diagnostics, software updates, and power management.
This feature can greatly enhance the overall management and control of the device within a networked environment.
However, if IPMI functionality is crucial for a particular project or application, our team can discuss possible solutions and explore alternative options.
We understand that different projects have unique requirements, and we strive to provide customized solutions to meet those needs.
Our experienced technical team is available to assess the specific requirements and work closely with customers to find suitable alternatives or recommend compatible solutions that align with their goals.
We value customer satisfaction and aim to provide the best possible support and guidance throughout the integration process.
In summary, while the AEC-6636 does not natively support IPMI, it offers other advanced features like -AMT for remote management.
For projects requiring IPMI functionality, our team can engage in discussions to explore potential solutions and ensure that the specific requirements are addressed effectively.