What's new? Octane's rollout, ISO certificate and team building
We were at the rollout of High-Octane Motorsports e.V. for the 2023 season, our ISO certificate was renewed and we’re finally having a teambuilding event.
What’s New? End of life for WINDBOX and Windows
One of our most popular systems – the WINDBOX III Evo – is end of life. Also, in regards to our operating systems we have some news: Windows 10 Pro is not available anymore. Which alternatives we have for you, you can reaaad in this article.
Nice to know: Intel Performance Cores and Efficiency Cores
With its 13th generation of CPUs, Intel has introduced two different types of cores: so-called performance cores and efficiency cores. We explain how they differ, what their characteristics are and what they are used for.
Nice to know: What is NVMe?
What exactly is the NVMe specification? In this article, we will clarify which advantages it brings with it, where its application areas are, and which similar standards still exist.
What's New? NOVA Q170 is EOL and online appointment booking
Our industrial all-rounder NOVA Q170 is EOL. Also, it is now even easier to contact us via our website, thanks to our new appointment booking tool.
Good to know: Windows SAC or LTSC?
Our Mini-PCs can be equipped with various Windows licenses. Among other things, the term Windows LTSC appears. What are the differences to Windows SAC and what are the application areas of these Windows Servers?
What is an Industrial PC? Part 6: DIN rails
As diverse as industrial applications can be, so diverse are our industrial PCs. For every application there is the right product in our product range. The use in control cabinets also entails various requirements for a Mini-PC. This also includes the so-called supporting rails, also known as DIN rails or DIN rails.
What’s New? Express delivery, ISO certificate & our BBQ party
With the midyear of 2022 comes a little more life into our headquarters, as well as a novelty in our product range: Our express delivery. Furthermore, we are ISO certified again.
Nice to know: BIOS - useful settings
The BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) is the firmware of a PC – a software that’s built into the hardware and has already been extensively examined on our blog. In this article, we explain which functions and settings are useful for the BIOS and what to consider if there is uncertainty.