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PICMG CompactPCI Serial Overview CompactPCI Serial Overview Introduction to CompactPCI® Specification
As PCI bus technology has moved from a parallel interface to fast serial point-to-point interconnects, the popular and very successful parallel CompactPCI® specification PICMG 2.0 was significantly extended ...
 
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Whitepaper How to Prevent Power Surges at Serial Device Servers Serial Device Servers How to Prevent Power Surges at Serial Device Servers
Voltage spikes are brief events that rarely last more than a few microseconds, but all it takes is one snowball to set off an avalanche. In complex systems, even seemingly small events can have serious consequences ...
 
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Molex Brad Automation Industrial IO Designer Guide Brad® Automation Industrial IO Designer Guide The Brad® Core Program
Molex® commits to supporting its customers by helping them choose the right network as well as the most optimized infrastructure solution for their application. The Molex® tech support team also supports its customers in selecting corresponding parts from the complete portfolio or designing customer-dedicated solutions and prototyping...
 
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Moxa Dual-RF WLAN Whitepaper Dual-RF WLAN Industrial Dual-RF Wireless Communications with Rapid Recovery
Radio interference has been and always will be a major concern for wireless applications. In a wireless environment, data transmission is over the air and due to the characteristics of this medium, a very different type of technical knowledge is required to ensure a reliable wireless connection ...
 
Application Notes WiFi for Cranes Industrial WiFi Industrial Wireless for Cranes and Heavy Industry
Automation can increase the efficiency, safety, and cost-effectiveness of heavy machinery such as cranes. This guidebook covers the deployment of wireless solutions to streamline operations in different ...
 
Moxa Industrial Wireless Solutions for Control and Automation Industrial Wireless Industrial Wireless Solutions for Control and Automation
Today's industrial applications demand high network availability and reliability. Moxa's standards-based wireless products offer a winning combination of reliability, redundancy, and throughput for secure industrial wireless LANs ...
 
Moxa  Intelligent Automation for the Maintenance and Recovery of Software Platforms Intelligent Automation for Maintenance and Recovery NEW - Intelligent Automation for the Maintenance and Recovery of Software Platforms
Automation advances in industrial processes increasingly involve using industrial PCs for the control and monitoring of every sort of machinery and process. Yet as industrial PCs penetrate ever further into the automation stack, the problem of data loss and system corruption becomes a critical consideration both for the security issues raised as well as overall system availability...
 
Moxa Six Tips on How to Lower the Total Cost of Ownership of Industrial IoT Networks Lower the Total Cost of Ownership of IIoT Networks NEW - Six Tips on How to Lower the Total Cost of Ownership of Industrial IoT Networks
Simply purchasing devices for your network isn’t the end of your expenditure. In fact, it is often only the beginning. Network operators are discovering a host of associated direct and indirect costs that can often exceed the initial investment in networking hardware...
 
Moxa Securing Edge Devices and Data in IIoT Securing Edge Devices and Data in IIoT NEW - Securing Edge Devices and Data in Distributed Industrial Applications
In the last few months there has been a resurgence of interest in the Internet of Things, suggesting that the era for building distributed big data industrial applications has at last dawned. Power companies are working hard to build the Smart Grid by melding IT technology with electricity services...
 
Moxa Tips on How to Ramp Up the Security of Industrial Networks Security of Industrial Networks NEW - Tips on How to Ramp Up the Security of Industrial Networks
It is inevitable that the adoption of the Industrial IoT (IIoT) is going to continue to grow, facilitating more and more devices to be connected to networks. The momentum driving this trend is a strong desire from asset owners to enhance operational efficiency. However, achieving enhanced operational efficiency is not without problems. It is forcing asset owners to start to give serious consideration to the dangers posed by cybersecurity threats...
 
Moxa Five Critical Elements of Uninterrupted Wireless Connectivity for Automated Materials Handling Uninterrupted Wireless Connectivity for AS, RS, AGV NEW - Five Critical Elements of Uninterrupted Wireless Connectivity for Automated Materials Handling
Automated Materials Handling (AMH) refers to automation of loading, moving, and unloading of materials used by a production unit. The main objectives of AMH systems are reducing the cost of operation, minimizing human errors by using automation, and meeting safety requirements in factories and warehouses...
 
Moxa WLAN Roaming WLAN Roaming White Paper: Unlocking High Speed Roaming for Mobile Applications
Roaming conditions vary depending on the application. Here, we will use linear roaming as an example to illustrate how roaming is conducted and what factors we need to pay special attention to ...
 
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Themis Themis High-density Rack mountable Systems RES-XR5 Broschüre RES HD NEW - Themis High-density Rack mountable Systems RES-XR5
Erhöhte Zuverlässigkeit und Skalierbarkeit für High Density Computing Anwendungen. Entworfen für Virtualisierung, ISR, Big Data Analytics, Bildverarbeitung und große Hadoop Cluster Anwendungen, können die RES-XR5 HD Systeme von Themis in einer Vielfalt von Anwendungen, die hohe Rechendichte und schnellen Zugriff auf Daten verlangen, eingesetzt werden...
 
Themis RES Family Overview RES Family Overview Themis RES family of rugged, Rack-mountable Servers & Workstations
Themis‘ family of Rugged Enterprise Servers (RES) demonstrates its extensive expertise designing high performance systems for use in harsh environments. Incorporating the industry's fastest server technologies, and innovative board and packaging designs, Themis rugged servers/workstations have a legacy of performance in mission-critical applications.
 
systerra Whitepaper - Intel Xeon Prozessor Vergleich - Harpertown versus Nehalem Whitepaper Intel Xeon Prozessor Vergleich - Harpertown versus Nehalem
Intels neue Prozessorfamilien Core i7®, Xeon 55xx und Xeon 56xx mit Nehalem-Technologie stellen die alte Regel auf den Kopf, dass Freescales® PowerPC®-CPUs über bessere Fließkomma- und Signalverarbeitungs-Performance bei geringer Leistungsaufnahme verfügen ...
 
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PC/104 Consortium PC/104 Spec. PC-104 Spec. PC-104 Specification V2.5
The PC/104 specification is published and copyrighted by the PC/104 consortium
 
PC/104 Consortium PC/104-Plus Spec. PC/104-Plus Spec. PC/104-Plus Specification V2.0
The PC/104-Plus specification is published and copyrighted by the PC/104 consortium
 
PC/104 Consortium PCI-104 Spec PCI-104 Spec. PCI-104 Specification V1.0
The PCI-104 specification is published and copyrighted by the PC/104 consortium
 
PC/104 Consortium PCI/104-Express Spec PCI/104-Express Short-Form Specification
The PC/104-Express specification is published and copyrighted by the PC/104 consortium
 
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Moxa IW-Guide Advanced Industrial Wireless Guidebook
Advantages of using wireless technologies include boosting data transmission speed, real-time data transmissions, remote equipment monitoring and alerts, flexible installation of remote equipment, and...
 
Application Notes Wireless Applications Transportation Industrial Wireless Networks for the Rail Industry
Contents: ► Reliable On-board and Train-to-ground Wireless Communication ► Real Time Monitor of Rail Track Status Using a Redundant Wireless Link ► WLAN Enables Constant Connectivity between Moving Trains and Trackside
 
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