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High-end storage platform for enterprise and telecom applications

High-end storage platform for enterprise and telecom applications
  A 2U rackmount network appliance has been released by Lanner, built with Intel Xeon Processor Scalable Family (Skylake-SP) and Intel C621/C627 chipset. Cloud-based storage is an increasing necessity for today’s businesses and telecommunications needs, and the FX-3230 is a secure, high-performance and high-capacity storage gateway appliance that meets such demand.
12th December 2017

eARC designed for future compatibility with home theatres

eARC designed for future compatibility with home theatres
Provider of customisable smart connectivity solutions, Lattice, has announced the release of the SiI9437 and SiI9438, the first HDMI 2.1 enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC) audio receiver and transmitter devices. eARC future proofs and significantly improves home theatre connectivity. This new, simple and trouble-free audio feature is included in the recently announced HDMI 2.1 specification.
4th December 2017

Quick installation with pre-configured industrial distribution frame

Quick installation with pre-configured industrial distribution frame
Panduit, a developer and provider of network infrastructure solutions for a Connected World, at this year’s SPS Drives in Nuremberg was displaying its Pre-Configured Industrial Distribution Frame (IDF) which has been specifically engineered to deploy and protect rack mount Ethernet switches in industrial applications.
1st December 2017


Next-gen IP communications solutions extended

Provider of software building blocks for developers of IP communications products and solutions, Softil has announced a series of new enhancements to its toolkit (SDK) products.
29th November 2017

How to maximise connectivity through the EECC

The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) is calling for legislators to safeguard important provisions on the sharing and management of spectrum within the European Electronic Communications Code (EECC).
28th November 2017

Quantum secure communication is focus of research centre node

Quantum secure communication is focus of research centre node
The future of secure communication will be in quantum encryption, and KTH will lead research in this area under the auspices of a new national research centre financed by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. Gunnar Björk, Professor of Photonics at KTH, says that the Wallenberg centre for Quantum Technology is considered to be one of Sweden's largest individual research efforts in recent years.
22nd November 2017

A PoE version for critical infrastructure surveillance

A PoE version for critical infrastructure surveillance
With the rising incidents of material theft in critical infrastructures, site surveillance has become increasingly important and cameras have been deployed at energy stations, power plants, and other utility production sites. However, owners of critical infrastructures require an all-in-one solution that can integrate the functionality of a cyber security and surveillance to ease the deployment process.
21st November 2017

Cheers! Flexible electronics smartens up packaging

Cheers! Flexible electronics smartens up packaging
  A smart beer label is not necessarily one that tells you when you have had enough, but one that can use push marketing to prompt drinkers to collect money off vouchers, via a smart label.
21st November 2017

Infrastructure-as-a-Service simplifies network deployments

Infrastructure-as-a-Service simplifies network deployments
Rockwell Automation has introduced its Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) offering to address these challenges. A secure and robust network infrastructure is essential to improving overall competitiveness in a Connected Enterprise. But designing, deploying and maintaining this infrastructure can be complex and time consuming for many companies, and is often too costly for their capital budgets.
9th November 2017

Evaluation board offers 60% reduction in power consumption

Evaluation board offers 60% reduction in power consumption
Provider of customisable smart connectivity solutions, Lattice Semiconductor, has announced the expansion of its MachXO3 control PLD family to address the evolving design requirements of the communications and industrial sectors. The new MachXO3-9400 package options offer reduced power consumption with a core voltage of 1.2V for thermally-challenged environments, provide expanded FPGA logic resources for motor control and board management functions, and offer a higher I/O count optimised for server and storage applications.
8th November 2017


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