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What is Secure Boot?

The UEFI specification defines a mechanism called "Secure Boot" for ensuring the integrity of firmware and software running on a platform. Secure Boot establishes a trust relationship between the UEFI BIOS and the software it eventually launches (such as a bootloaders, OSes, or UEFI drivers and... read more

Rugged Computers and the MIL-STD-810G Standard

When US-made military computer manufacturers certify a system for Shock & Vibration they are doing so according to the United States Military Standard MIL-STD-810G. This Standard is designed to imitate harsh environments to test the military computer's ruggedness. read more

Trenton Systems' MIL-STD-810G Rugged Military Computers

Trenton Systems specializes in rugged rackmount, SWaP-C optimized, COTS military computer systems. Housing thousands of high-performance computing configurations, we are able to fulfill your custom specs and requirements with our standard rugged product line. read more

Commercial Computers vs. Industrial Computers

You might be worried about designing in a computer made mostly of plastic into your application. Here are 5 advantages of industrial computers over commercial computers. read more

Why & Why Not Upgrade Your Industrial Computer Hardware

How do you know when it™s time to prepare for the next generation hardware? Let me help you by giving you 5 reasons why you should upgrade your industrial computer hardware. Plus, I want to give you one reason why you may NOT want to upgrade! read more

Windows 7 Reaches End of Life for New Configurations

Software has lifecycles, just like physical hardware.  From the time it is released until it no longer receives support from a developer varies depending on who wrote it, what type of software, if it is free or commercial, who the intended user is, etc.  Furthermore, operating... read more

WHY A 1U OR 2U BLADE SERVER MAKES SENSE

It's time to upgrade your rack mount server infrastructure - again! The 3-5 year industry average replacement window is knocking at your door (see what I did there?). You need your servers optimized and ready to tackle the high demands of today's computing needs. read more

Rackmount Solutions: Mechanical & Electrical Capabilities Under One Roof

  As computer design has gotten more complicated it is more critical than ever that the electrical design engineers and the mechanical engineers work closely. Over the years the components have gotten smaller, more densely populated, and physically fragile. Industrial computer (as... read more

Rackmount Computer Warning - VOID if seal is broken!

Why do computer manufacturers VOID warranties on a rackmount computer designed specifically for you once a SEAL is broken? read more

4 Reasons Why You Should Buy An American-Made Industrial Computer

Before making a decision on which industrial rackmount computer your application will utilize for the next few years, have you considered the benefits of buying American-made? It is not simply a matter of national pride, it™s much more than that. read more