In an industrial environment data loss is often a critical point. If you can’t rely on a uninterruptible power supply (UPS) for reasons of cost or space, there’s a new possibility to provide more security: with so-called Powerguard SSDs.
SSD manufacturers rely more and more on PCIe instead of SATA and Intel has introduced a new CPU of the Core i-8000 generation. In addition to these news of the Computex, we have also new stuff at spo-comm: more accessories for the MOVE series and a customizing package for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise.
Whoever works with sensitive data every day, tries to secure them as good as possible. One way to encrypt data is the Trusted Platform Module (TPM). In the first article of our new series about security, we will explain what this is all about.
It is likely that Intel will introduce a Core i9 processor for the first time, smart cities and smart transportation are the new trend for the internet of things and spo-comm reacts to Intel’s AMT problem. Also new: 4G modules and cables are now in the spo-comm product range, categorized as accessories.
A lot has happened in the last few weeks. This month we have some news about the new Bluetooth standard, the Trusted Platform Module and we explain the rising prices for SSDs. In addition: Product change in the spo-comm range and everything about Windows 10 IoT Enterprise.