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Be an Extrovert IoT Contest Winner: CYBRA Chemical Inventory Management

Be an Extrovert IoT Contest Winner: CYBRA Chemical Inventory Management

Our Be an Extrovert Contest set out to find innovators creating groundbreaking solutions using 4G LTE technology. We’ve selected 5 winning entries to receive free Extrovert 4G LTE-equipped Logic Supply Hardware. Here’s one of their stories. CYBRA Chief Solution Architect Sheldon Reich is helping to develop a revolutionary chemical transportation and inventory management solution. He […]

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Powering Innovation: MegaBots Giant Fighting Mech

Powering Innovation: MegaBots Giant Fighting Mech

In 2015 the founders of MegaBots Inc. challenged Japan-based Suidobashi Heavy Industry, makers of the 13 foot, 10,000 pound KURATAS mecha, to the world’s first giant fighting robot duel. In the intervening two years, MegaBots has crowd-sourced over half a million dollars on Kickstarter to help fund the project, received $2.4 million in seed funding […]

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Clearing The Fog: What is Fog Computing?

Clearing The Fog: What is Fog Computing?

If there’s been a dominant IT trend this past decade, it’s been cloud computing. Yet even as organizations shift information, applications and processing out of data centers and onto distributed cloud platforms, a new (and perhaps surprising) challenge has emerged: the Internet of Things (IoT). Billions of connected devices are creating new data handling and […]

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Exploring Real-Time Operating Systems

Exploring Real-Time Operating Systems

Back in the 1980s, shipping company Federal Express (now FedEx) ran these great TV ad campaigns highlighting its overnight delivery service. The ads finished with the tag line: “Federal Express. When it absolutely, positively has to be there overnight. Real-time Operating Systems (RTOS) are a bit like that. Similar to FedEx, they are tuned to guarantee […]

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