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How to stop your computer overheating

How to stop your computer overheating With winter just a breath away, and summer seems a lifetime away, you may not be thinking about how hot things are getting any time soon. Spare a thought,...

10 reasons for computer hardware failures

For industrial applications, computer hardware failure can cause significant downtime, for the application itself, but even more so to the end user. In most cases, industrial applications require the very latest technology to achieve the...

The US v UK Sports Betting Experience

When the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) was overturned in May 2018, the American sports wagering experience was destined to change forever. The highly concentrated activity in Nevada could never be replicated throughout...

Women in Engineering #INWED19

In support of #INWED19 which celebrates the achievements of women in engineering, we sat down with our Product Support Engineer, Laura Anderson, who gave us a valuable insight into her career so far working in...

Why do I need an Industrial Computer?

Why do I need an Industrial Computer? To the average user, a computer is generally seen as a simple box. It performs a task and is expected to work consistently, with some occasional support from...

C4ISR: Commercial Technology in the Theatre of War

Understand your application C4ISR applications must provide the right people with the right information within time constraints to be effective. Of course, this must be done in conjunction with denying and disrupting the same privileges...

Why Militarise a Rugged Tablet?

The theatre of war You could be forgiven for thinking that militarising a rugged tablet, a device often tested to military standards, may be surplus to requirements. But as any soldier will tell you, the...

The Evolution of Flight Simulation

Flight Simulation – Past, Present and Future… April 2018 marks the 100th birthday of the Royal Air Force, and in anticipation I thought we could take a stroll through the archives to look at how...

A Brief History of Computing

Babbage and Ada – The Advent of Mathematical Computing In 1837, Charles Babbage proposed the Analytical Engine. His design would move past the computation of mathematical tables to the computation of outcomes. Although not successfully...

Intel 7th Generation Processors

The benefits of the Intel 7th generation processor These days everyone seems to walk around glued to their smartphone or tablet – whether they are browsing the net, checking email or just playing a game....

Rack Integration: Navigating Risks

Rack Integration The demand for fully populated and functional rack cabinets is set to increase in line with the evolution of technology and resultantly, the enhanced capabilities of applications. Designers and engineers competent in rack...