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Author: James Floyd

Prototype Logically: Customize Your Embedded Computer the Logic Supply Way

I customize (or configure) dozens of embedded computers each week for customers doing everything from test and measurement to electronic billboards.  Over the past 10 years, the sales team has developed a consultative “needs analysis” methodology.  Our system centers around 7 areas: 1. What are your PERFORMANCE needs? Do you have a current platform to […]

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Hard Drive Shortage: Time to Go Solid State?

Hard Drive Shortage: Time to Go Solid State?

2011 will likely be remembered as the year of natural disasters.  The earthquake and tsunami that rocked Japan, a more recent earthquake in Turkey, Hurricane Irene even left a huge mark on our home state of Vermont. One of the latest environmental emergencies is having a direct impact on the PC industry. Thailand has been […]

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How Do You Choose Your Computer Hardware?

How Do You Choose Your Computer Hardware?

Chances are if you are reading this blog, you are likely well-informed about the latest technology and are positioned to make educated buying decisions when it comes to picking the right computer hardware. Because of this, you are likely a resource for everyone you know when it comes to new computer purchases or troubleshooting hardware […]

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ION, Fusion, What is Next?

Through the evolution of Mini-ITX, within the embedded and industrial markets we have seen various approaches to performance. Early on, AMD had focused on ultra-low power usage with the Geode line. The LX800 CPU found itself on some boards from Jetway and MSI just to name a couple. Its claim to fame was a 1W […]

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