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Purpose Built Design: A Different Approach to Industrial Computers

Purpose Built Design: A Different Approach to Industrial Computers

Building a complete, computer-connected application is no small undertaking. Balancing factors and requirements like project budget, operating environment, remote access, security, and support for legacy devices can be overwhelming, to say the least. As engineers and builders ourselves, we know firsthand how complex selecting the right system can be. In this post, we want to […]

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Going Global: Why Certifications Matter

Going Global: Why Certifications Matter

Look at almost any electronic device, power supply, or charging brick, and you’ll find printed or etched on the side a parade of tiny logos, bearing marks like “UL,” “CE” and “FCC.” These marks represent a big investment by the companies manufacturing the devices, as they prove that testing and review has been performed to […]

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Tick-Tock-Toe: Navigating Intel’s Processor Cadence

Tick-Tock-Toe: Navigating Intel’s Processor Cadence

Intel constantly rolls out new processors to slide into its Core i3/i5/i7 branding scheme. From beefed up integrated graphics, to improved power consumption, CPUs with code names like Skylake, Kaby Lake, and Coffee Lake are raising the bar. But now, Intel’s changing approach to processor releases poses a challenge to hardware users who must make informed […]

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Silicon Shock: The Rising Cost of SSDs and Flash Memory (and What You Can Do About it)

Silicon Shock: The Rising Cost of SSDs and Flash Memory (and What You Can Do About it)

UPDATE 11/15/2017: Since the publication of the article below, in April of 2017, the NAND flash market has continued to fluctuate. We’re working with our suppliers to ensure memory and storage availability at the most competitive prices possible, but we wanted to give you an update on overall market conditions. While 2D flash has begun […]

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Why Lead Times Matter – A View From the Edge

Why Lead Times Matter – A View From the Edge

Place an order for a custom built industrial PC (IPC) from Logic Supply, and you can frequently expect to receive the system within five business days. It seems simple enough, but in fact a great deal of planning, investment and effort goes into making it happen–from initial system design to managing the supply chain to the […]

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