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by Will Shirley, on Jan 3, 2018 11:57:07 AM

Hometown Team Provides Processing Power to AV Solutions Partner Daktronics The new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Downtown Atlanta, Georgia is nearing completion and Trenton Systems is proud to announce our partnership …

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by Will Shirley, on Jan 3, 2018 11:45:36 AM

How much abuse can your rackmount computer handle? Here at Trenton, we use the word, "rugged," a lot. It's woven into our design methodology from conception to integration, for both …

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Topics:rugged computers

by Nate Young, on Jan 3, 2018 11:12:59 AM

Trenton Systems provides a variety of custom BIOS and software solutions for supporting our customers’ particular requirements and needs. A dedicated team of software and hardware engineers work closely to …

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by Michael Bowling, on Jan 3, 2018 11:08:36 AM

When you bought your last rack mount server you probably saw a sticker that said, “Made In China” or “Made in Taiwan.” Whether you are working on a military, government, …

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by Michael Bowling, on Jan 3, 2018 10:51:38 AM

When sourcing a rackmount computer supplier for your embedded computing components, especially when quality, longevity and the assurance that the components were designed, built, integrated and supported in the USA …

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Topics:industrial computers

by Tony Oliva, on Jan 3, 2018 10:35:09 AM

One of the most important factors when specifying an embedded computing system is the power supply. The application drives the power supply selection process, starting with fully understanding the power …

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by Michael Bowling, on Jan 3, 2018 10:25:37 AM

Your average computer is available on the market for two to three years, its "lifecycle."  This is fine for commercial customers who have no expectation of buying the same exact computer …

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Topics:rackmount computersindustrial computers

by Michael Bowling, on Jan 3, 2018 10:19:12 AM

When I was in high school, I took some classes with a set of twins named Timmy and Tommy. Initially I would say they were identical in every way and I’ll …

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by Michael Bowling, on Jan 3, 2018 10:14:52 AM

What designers of long-life computing systems need to know We’ve all been taught to never trust somebody that says, “trust me.” As a computer engineer by training, the words, “Trust …

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by Tony Oliva, on Jan 3, 2018 9:37:34 AM

The industry average computer lifecycle is only 3 years! The end-of-life (EOL) of a product can be costly and burdensome especially for those in sensitive fields such as the medical industry or military, …

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Topics:industrial computers