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A Word About Recent CPU Vulnerabilities

A Word About Recent CPU Vulnerabilities

You’ve likely heard about the vulnerabilities recently discovered in the majority of CPUs on the market. These flaws, first discovered by Google’s Project Zero, are being called Meltdown and Spectre and take advantage of core functionality in processor architecture to potentially access information stored in system kernel memory. Ars Technica recently published an in-depth exploration […]

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Powering Innovation: MachineMetrics Industrial IOT Data Analytics

Powering Innovation: MachineMetrics Industrial IOT Data Analytics

With each passing year, the number of connected devices in the average modern production facility seem to grow exponentially. As the Industrial Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 usher in an age where manufacturing machines are constantly collecting and exchanging data with each other and operators, managing and reacting to that data is an ever-present […]

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UEFI: Building a Better BIOS

UEFI: Building a Better BIOS

The basic input/output system (BIOS) has been a fixture in personal computers since the 1970s. Packed into silicon on the PC motherboard, the BIOS detects and initializes devices at startup and accesses the master boot record (MBR) on the hard drive to start the boot process. The BIOS also serves as an important, low-level management […]

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Be an Extrovert IoT Contest Winner: LENSEC Remote Surveillance

Be an Extrovert IoT Contest Winner: LENSEC Remote Surveillance

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. We recently spoke with Almen Didelija, Senior Applications Engineer and physical security specialist at LENSEC. Almen shared details about […]

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