AIOTO Tech has announced the launch of the AIOTO GO, a wireless AI security camera with 4G LTE capabilities and a 2-month standby battery life designed to protect outdoor spaces. While most AI home security cameras rely on Wi-Fi connectivity, AIOTO GO offers video monitoring in places where WiFi or power are not able to be accessed. Users can even be ensured of their security during an internet or power outage.
With the rapid development of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), more and more OT/IT systems (PLC's, ICS/SCADA devices, and supporting components) are connected to IP networks. This has greatly facilitated the innovation of digitalization but also brought a tremendous risk in terms of cybersecurity. Information security has become an essential aspect in the construction of smart manufacturing systems. EtherWAN, a global leader in industrial communications and networking, partnered with Bureau Veritas in November 2020, and has successfully obtained its first IEC 62443-4-1 certification in July 2021.
DTS, a global leader in next-generation audio, imaging and sensing technology and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Xperi Holding Corporation, have announced that Novatek Microelectronics, a major chip supplier for TVs, will be supporting DTS Play-Fi on its line of SoCs targeting the TV market.
With the advent of the age of AI, high-speed computing has become the focal point for many industries when building data centers. However, with powerful computing capabilities comes pervasive heat in server rooms, and thus, one after another, major server and data centers have turned their attention to new cooling system designs in order to maintain the stable operation of their IT systems. The Canadian company CoolIT Systems has been researching cooling technology for many years.
As part of its Power Focus campaign, Digi-Key Electronics, which offers the world's largest selection of electronic components in stock for immediate shipment, is collaborating with Power Integrations, a leading innovator in semiconductor technologies for high-voltage power conversion, to offer Power Integrations' InnoSwitch3 IC family with PowiGaN technology.
Consumers are constantly seeking personalized products and services, artificial intelligence (AI) incorporated with multimedia display and machine vision solutions in retail stores are helping retailers align their offerings with the expectations of their customers. Advanced AI algorithms can look into tracking data, social media impressions and digital footprints of consumers to decode their interests. Likewise, while robots have been assisting with inventory management in warehouses and stock rooms for retailer, wholesalers, and distributors, we can expect to see more autonomous solutions taking to the shop floor too.
Digi-Key Electronics, which offers the world's largest selection of in-stock and ready-to-ship electronic and automation components, announced that it has secured a distribution partnership with Siemens to offer their wide range of automation and control products.
Chenbro, a pioneer in the design and manufacturing of own-brand rackmount system, today announced the availability of its latest 1U & 2U rackmount barebones servers, based on the Intel Xeon Scalable Ice Lake Series Processor, to increase responsiveness and improve user experiences for customers and partners. The RB151 & RB251 barebone series is designed to be the primary workhorse server for mainstreaming needs, including computing, collaboration, storage, database, web server, eCommerce, analytics, and more.
Chenbro, a pioneer in the design and manufacturing of own-brand rackmount system, is excited to announce the latest SR113 rackable tower server chassis to increase deep learning through powerful multi-GPGPU and storage configurations. Supporting CRPS/ATX PSU (EEB SKU), the proprietary mainboard can be loaded with up to five double-width GPGPU cards to accelerate many of today's best-known machine learning software stacks. Developers and SMBs now have access to more compute capability with IT architecture that is capable of taking in great sets of data.
Without a doubt, the fifth generation of cellular networks (otherwise known as 5G) is a popular topic recently. Various industries hope to use its key advantages such as high speed, low latency, great connection, etc to hasten the advent of different IoT applications, thereby resulting in successful digital transformation. Most city governments around the world also have the same grand vision as private enterprises. They all hope that 5G can be the core to promoting smart cities.