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Acquire real-time data from PROFIBUS DP I/O devices

Acquire real-time data from PROFIBUS DP I/O devices
Form-fit-function replacements for the previous generation devices, Molex has announced the second generation Brad applicomIO PROFIBUS Network Interface Cards (NICs). These devices deliver a communication solution to acquire deterministic real-time data from I/O devices connected to the PROFIBUS DP protocol used by robotic manufacturers, complex machine builders, system integrators and end users.
22nd August 2014

Keyboard registers every key with a 1,000Hz polling rate

Keyboard registers every key with a 1,000Hz polling rate
Offering switchable N-Key Rollover/USB 6 N-Key Rollover for full- anti-ghosting functionality, an LED backlit mechanical keyboard has been released by Tesoro Technology. Named after the legendary sword of King Arthur, the Tesoro Excalibur keyboard features a 1,000Hz polling rate, registering every key.
21st August 2014

SSD offers 'three times the lifespan of typical MLCs'

SSD offers 'three times the lifespan of typical MLCs'
A SATA III, 7-pin SSD, claimed to be both high-performing and cost effective, has been introduced by ADATA Technology. The ISMS312 is a high-speed MLC NAND flash, providing a sequential read/write speed up to 250/40MBps and MTBF of up to 1m hours. Featuring a 1.15W power consumption, the 6Gbps SSD is claimed to extend the life of the devices it supports. 
21st August 2014


Player enhances audio and video quality with AWB

Player enhances audio and video quality with AWB
A digital signage player, claimed to enhance audio and video quality, has been released by Axiomtek. Intelligent Pluggable Systems Specification compliant, the OPS882-HM is powered by the 4th Generation Intel Core i5 processor and the Mobile Intel HM86 Express chipset. The player supports AWB (Audio Video Bridging), which transports audio and video data in real time at high quality and with a high-speed Ethernet connection.
21st August 2014

Mini-PCs feature multitude of I/O connections

Mini-PCs feature multitude of I/O connections
A family of mini-PCs, designed specifically for network connectivity, have been introduced by Stealth.com. The PCs, powered by Intel Mobile Processors, feature a multitude of I/O connections. These include four Gigabit LAN ports, four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, two Serial/RS232 ports, Intel HD graphics, VGA & DVI-D video ports, Audio In/Out and two PS/2 ports. 
20th August 2014

Whitepaper explores 'business growth through IT'

Whitepaper explores 'business growth through IT'
  Exploring how companies can succeed in the face of global competition, Rittal has sponsored a whitepaper from market research company IDC. This paper examines the influence that data centres have on the economic success of small and medium-sized businesses.
18th August 2014

Extended support for Microsoft XP-based OSs provided

Extended support for Microsoft XP-based OSs provided
Although Window XP security fixes from Microsoft have ended, DFI has introduced a solution to extend support and services for Microsoft XP-based embedded systems. As announced previously, after 8th April 2014 there will be no more security updates or technical support for Windows XP operating systems. However, Microsoft has clarified that some of its XP embedded product line will have extended support until 2019. 
18th August 2014

3D vertical NAND flash memory powers SSD

3D vertical NAND flash memory powers SSD
Based on the company's 3D vertical NAND (V-NAND) flash memory technology, Samsung has introduced the 850 PRO SSD (Solid State Drive). Suitable for use in high-end PCs and workstations, the SSDs deliver sequential read performance up to 550MBps, write performance of up to 520MBps, random read performance up to 100,000IOPS and random write speeds up to 90,000IOPS.
15th August 2014

Turn an audio jack into a self-powered data port

Turn an audio jack into a self-powered data port
Simplifying the connection of external devices to smartphones for self-powered data communications, NXP Semiconductors has announced a versatile Smartphone Quick-Jack Solution. Providing a universal interface for external sensors, switches, peripherals and other devices, the solution adapts the standard 3.5mm audio jack found on smartphones, tablets and other portable devices.
14th August 2014

1U platform features robust security

1U platform features robust security
A 1U rackmount hardware platform, featuring robust security, has been introduced by WIN Enterprises. The PL-80610, designed for network service applications, supports the next generation Intel Atom Processor C2000 product family. Security features include support for Intel AES New Instructions (Intel AES-NI), along with Intel Streaming SIMD Extension (Intel SSE) and Intel QuickAssist Technology, which provide hardware accelerated data encryption and decryption.
13th August 2014


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