5 Attributes You Need in an Industrial Computer

  1. Get Rid of Fans All mechanical parts eventually wear out. The typical life of a sleeved bearing fan is only 30,000 hours at 40°C – less than 3.5 years. 2. No Rotating Media Just like fans, the moving parts on standard hard drives eventually wear out. But there are other problems with rotating […]

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Improve System Reliability by Eliminating Cables with a Computer-On-Module Design

  Computer-On-Module (COM) designs deliver numerous advantages for custom computing systems including fast time to market, scaled processing, long product life cycle and solid-state reliability. One important improvement that should not be overlooked is the ability to eliminate a common source of failure: internal cables. Using a traditional SBC form factor like EBX or PC/104 […]

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