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Logic Supply at ISE 2014

Logic Supply at ISE 2014

Yesterday we visited the Integrated Systems Europe 2014 in Amsterdam and we would like to share some interesting market and technology trends from the trade show.

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1656 Different IPC Configurations – Which Actually Work?

1656 Different IPC Configurations – Which Actually Work?

The newest addition to the Logic Supply engineering team, Bhaskar Shrestha, is a mathematically minded EE. Looking at our current product line of Mini-ITX motherboards and small-form-factor cases, he did some quick combinatorial work: “46 motherboards and 36 cases . . . that’s over 1,000 different systems.” In fact, the marketing team replied (with a […]

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At Mini Maker Faire, Spirit of Tinkering is Alive and Well

At Mini Maker Faire, Spirit of Tinkering is Alive and Well

As we all know, there is a lot of interest in promoting science, technology, engineering and math-related (STEM) careers in the US. Educators have been struggling for years to figure out how to get American students to stack up in innovation against its global counterparts, according to the NY Times article, Why Science Majors Change Their Mind. Part […]

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How to Clear a CMOS

How to Clear a CMOS

In the course of troubleshooting customer issues, our support technicians often suggest clearing a system’s CMOS, with the goal of remedying corrupt BIOS settings. CMOS corruption is generally caused by power fluctuations, poor grounding, or a bad CMOS battery, and is one of the most fixable issues our customers encounter. Clearing the CMOS resets low-level BIOS […]

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Remotely Operated Vehicle for Exploration and Reconnaissance 2 (ROVER2)

Remotely Operated Vehicle for Exploration and Reconnaissance 2 (ROVER2)

Guest blogger Andrew Boggeri from UCLA Robotics Club discusses his team’s project, the Remotely Operated Vehicle for Exploration and Reconnaissance 2 (ROVER2). The ROVER2 competed in this year’s University Rover Challenge (URC) hosted by the Mars Society. Logic Supply helped sponsor the project by donating Mini-ITX hardware. I want to start by thanking Logic Supply […]

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