The MiiNePort E2 embedded device server, from Moxa, is designed for manufacturers who want to add network connectivity to serial devices with minimal integration effort. The MiiNePort E2 features the MiiNe SoC, which supports 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, up to 921.6 Kbps serial baudrate, a set of ready-to-use operation modes, and requires only a small amount of power. The Moxa MiiNePort E2 embedded device server does not have an RJ45 Ethernet connector.
Axiomtek rolled out the iCON-31000 series of industrial serial device servers. The Axiomtek iCON-31000 is an economical way to quickly network-enable any serial device in the harsh factory floor conditions. The iCON-31000 series is ideal for infrastructure deployments, such as building automation, oil field automation, factory automation, and ITS. The iCON-31000 industrial serial device servers are now available.
Trenton introduced the TCS3500, TCS3501, TCS2500, TCS2501, TCS1500, and TCS1501 rackmount computers. The Trenton TCS3500 and TCS3501 industrial servers are ideal for industries like defense and government, video processing, test and measurement, and dedical diagnostics. The Trenton TCS2500 and TCS2501 rackmount computers are ideal for industrial automation, data storage, and missile telemetry. The Trenton TCS1500 and TCS1501 industrial rackmount servers are now available for deployment in shipboard navigation, robotic surgery, and VoIP gateways.
Adax introduced the HDC3 SS7 signaling controller for the PCIe ExpressModule (PCIe EM) format. The Adax HDC3-EM enables the HDC3 SS7 signaling board to be used in systems using the new PCIe EM architecture, such as the Sun Blade 6000 servers. The HDC3-EM is designed to meet the PCISIG PCI Express ExpressModule Specification Revision 1.0. The Adax HDC3 family is also available in PMC, AMC, PCI/X and PCIe (full height and low-profile) board formats, all of which share a common software driver and have a consistent API for application portability.