Power over Ethernet, or short “PoE”, stands for a standardized procedure with which networkable devices can be supplied with power. This procedure offers a comfortable method of just having to use one cable for the power and network connection.
Our spo-book RUGGED Q170 doesn’t only convince with its sixth generation Intel® Core i5 CPU or its free selectable RAM (up to 32 GB), but also with a feature, that is totally new in the history of spo-comm. Besides the usual application field of the RUGGED series – which is especially the outdoor use – the newcomer also conquers new areas of application.
As we mentioned in our last ‘What’s New’ article the security breaches Spectre and Meltdown are often discussed in recent days and weeks. What happened, what it’s all about and how the spo-comm Mini-PCs are affected you can find here.
With some interesting news we’re starting the year 2018. This article concerns three topics: First of all the CPU issues called “Spectre” and “Meltdown”. Furthermore we will explain why we charge no more extra fees for cashless paying methods, and we will show you the new DIN RAIL clamps for our spo-book BRICK series.