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Blogs by Trenton Systems / Industrial computers (2)

MIL-STD-810 Temperature Testing Overview [Methods 501.7, 502.7, 503.7]

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Graphic: Is your server expected to survive and function in extremely hot or cold environments? Testing to methods 501.7, 502.7 or 503.7 of MIL-STD-810 could save you a lot of follow-up costs. Note: Trenton Systems is not a compliance testing facility. We manufacture rugged servers an …

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MIL-STD-810 Servers: Enhancing Military Defense with Rugged Computers

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Note: Trenton Systems is not a compliance testing facility. We manufacture rugged servers and workstations that conform to military and industrial standards, such as MIL-STD-810 and DO-160, and we can ensure that our systems comply with these standards using our in-house testing equip …

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Military and Industrial Servers: What's the Difference?

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If you work with rugged servers like we do, you've likely heard about two key subsets: military and industrial. But what exactly are the differences between the two?

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Rugged Servers: What Do You Mean 'Stress-Tested?'

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Durability, reliability, and security are three key characteristics that every worthwhile, stress-tested rugged server should have. After all, you want your particular application, whether military, industrial, or commercial, to be as consistent, stable, and low-maintenance as possibl …

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Computers with a wide temperature range outperform on all fronts

Computers with a wide temperature range outperform on all fronts

Update 05/14/2020: Check out our comprehensive blog post on MIL-STD-810 temperature testing procedures and Mil-Spec temperature ranges to learn more about how we temp-test our rugged computers. When you think about factors that impact a computer's performance or reliability, extreme t …

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List of Rugged Server Manufacturers [2020 Update]

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What makes a "Made in USA" Computer?

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We've written numerous blogs on US-made computer manufacturers. From what it means to buy a "Made in USA" computer to why you should buy an American-made computer, and even how to find trusted computer manufacturers who are truly US-made.

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5 Benefits of a Custom BIOS

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Photo: Looking for a custom BIOS solution? These are some key considerations to keep in mind.

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How To Calculate A Rackmount Computer Failure Rate

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 are important factors, an important consideration is the failure rate …

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A Vicious Cycle - The Hidden Recurring Costs of a Short Lifecycle

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 in the future. Still, this raises an issue for the industrial computer customer who spends a lot of …

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