Acrosser Technology is sincerely inviting everyone to come and see our exhibit in the upcoming 2017 COMPUTEX

acrosser Technology is sincerely inviting everyone to come and see our exhibit in the upcoming 2017 COMPUTEX Trade Show in Taipei on May 30th to June 2nd, daily from 9:30am to 6pm, and June 3rd from 9:30am to 4:00pm.

This year, we are particularly excited in presenting you our innovative IPC creations such as Dual –Production ANR-C236N1 Networking Appliance and PoE railyway level computer. From our demonstrations, be prepared to be impressed by our current competitive product offerings, technologically-advanced products in development, as well as learn how we can help and assist in improving your business and profits using Acrosser products. Likewise, we had put tremendous efforts in designing the show areas, where you can enjoy our best exhibition ever, and have the convenience of interacting with our sales representatives on hand at any time during the show.

Acrosser Technology booth is located in K0202, Ground Level, Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1. For any further information or assistance, please feel free to contact us at telephone +886-2-29999000

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AMD® processor, in view of its commitment to utilizing its valuable resources in further developing its advanced Network security product line to meet various customer requirements


Today, Acrosser Technology Co., Ltd. (acrosser) proudly announces its brand-new cost effective network appliance with AMD® processor, in view of its commitment to utilizing its valuable resources in further developing its advanced Network security product line to meet various customer requirements. This latest Micro Box (slim-type, desktop-sized) network appliance with AMD® processor product line includes 4 different models, as follows: AND-G420N1, AND-G412N1, AND-G412N1V and AND-L218N1.
AND-G420N1 features the AMD® 2nd Gen G-series SoC GX-420MC, 4-core@2.0GHz, 2MB L2 without GPUAND-G412N1 features the AMD® 2nd Gen G-series SoC GX-412TC, 4-core@1.2GHz, 2MB L2 without GPUAND-G412N1V features the AMD® 2nd Gen G-series SoC GX-412HC, 4-core@1.2GHz, 2MB L2 with GPUAND-L218N1 features the AMD® 2nd Gen G-series SoC LX family GX-218GL, 2-core@1.8GHz, 1MB L2 with GPU.

As maybe noted. these 4 models all support up to 16GB of DDR3-1600 SO-DIMM RAM, 6 x Intel® GbE LAN, dual USB 3.0 ports, dual USB 2.0 (internal pin header) ports ,1 x Console (RJ45), 8 x GPIO (4-In, 4-Out) internal pin header and 1 x VGA (AND-G412N1V and AND-L218N1 only). These entry-level network appliances with AMD® processor offer customers a value segment solution and stable network performance at a reasonable cost, and at the same time is an ideal desktop network appliance for network security applications like Firewall, IDP/IPS, anti-spam/virus, VPN…etc.
Acrosser Technology not only provides products with high reliability and availability, but also networking appliances and products with the best scalability and manageability in the industry. acrosser Technology is your best choice for building servers and workstations in today’s workplace. For the latest updated product information, please visit the Acrosser official website athttp://www.acrosser.com/Products/Networking-Appliance/MicroBox.html
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The ANR-C236N1 is equipped with a hot-swappable HDD/SSD for RAID 0/1 which allows your IT staff to remove the malfunctioning HDD/SDD without shutting down the machine, thereby eliminating machine downtime

In addition to the Acrosser unique Dual-Protection, this brand new rackmount server comes with the latest Intel® server chipset C236 PCH


April 11, 2017, Taipei– acrosser Technology Co., Ltd. (Acrosser) proudly announces its first new product in 2017, the ANR-C236N1, a powerful 1U rackmount server with unique Dual-Protection feature which allows simultaneously supporting both hot swappable HDD/SSD and the highly-effective redundant power supply. This Dual-Protection can eliminate unnecessary failures, reduce the chance of system errors, and improve server efficiency, as well as the IT staff efficiency.Whether it is the web server, mail server, UTM or any other network application platform, stability and reliability are absolutely the first 2 priority considerations for buyers. Even for a short period, mechanical failure will cause great loss in business.
To meet these needs, the new and powerful acrosser ANR-C236N1 series server comes with its unique Dual-Protection feature which protects your server/network to run safety 24/7. The ANR-C236N1 is equipped with a hot-swappable HDD/SSD for RAID 0/1 which allows your IT staff to remove the malfunctioning HDD/SDD without shutting down the machine, thereby eliminating machine downtime. The other feature of Dual-Protection is the ANR-C236 is also equipped with 1+1 redundant power supply units (RPSU) which avoids the unexpected power failure and increase the power supply product life by balancing the power output.


In addition to the Acrosser unique Dual-Protection, this brand new rackmount server comes with the latest Intel® server chipset C236 PCH, which supports the latest Intel® Xeon® E3-1200 V5 server processor, and the 6th generation CPU Skylake-S Core i7/i5/i3/Pentium series. Moreover, the ANR-C236N1 designed for Skylake-S is forward compatible with Intel® 7th generation CPUKabylake.
In addition, the ANR-C236N1 series provides a more flexible server platform & system expansion versatility with 12x GbE copper LANs (4-pair bypass), 2x 10G fiber networks (SFP+) , 1 x expandable network interface modules (Exp. NIM), 1 Console, 2x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, 1x HDMI and 1 x Exp. PCIe slot. Furthermore, ANR-C236N1 series is equipped with an LCM display which shows 100 x 16 Pixels in Graphic Mode and 16-character x 2-line in Character Mode. In the power system, a set of 1+1 redundant power supply units (RPSU) come with AC-IN (100~ 240V) , enabling reliable options for system recovery. The ANR-C236N1 power system comes with a special Smart Fan System which increases or decreases fan speed to develop efficient and cost-effective power systems.Acrosser had committed its valuable resources to further develop its advanced network product lines. Because of these efforts, the ANR-C236N1 had developed as a perfect service/network machine for most business networking applications. Acrosser Technology not only provides products with high reliability and availability, but also networking appliances and products with the best scalability and manageability in the industry. Acrosser Technology is your best choice for building servers and workstations in today’s workplace.


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The fast-growing M2M market presents a series of wireless design challenges (part 3)

Bandwidth requirements rarely decrease

The bandwidth demand of tracking embedded system applications only goes in one direction–up–so it’s important to consider the lifetime costs of connection. Choose a modem based on what it may need to do in three to five years, or at least choose one COMe Module that makes upgrades easy.

Automotive special needs

In vehicle-mounted systems, temperature, humidity, and vibration can be extreme. AEC-Q100 qualified devices manufactured in ISO/TS 16949 certified sites will ensure reliable, long-life operation. Qualification on-board computer tests for each industrial computer component should conform to ISO16750, Road vehicles – Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment. This applies to on-board computer and industrial devices that operate in demanding environments, such as ships or railcars.

Emergency call systems are growing in popularity

Increasingly, cars are fitted with systems that automatically report accidents or aid recovery after theft. The U.S., Europe, Russia, and Brazil have established initiatives to support such Embedded Systems and that will increasingly be required by government mandate. For these applications (see the example in Figure 3), an “in-band modem” is often needed. It sends data over the modem voice channel in a similar way to a fax machine sending data over the telephone lines. It’s needed because operators prioritize voice over data in mobile networks. In the event of an accident, the voice industrial computer channel becomes the crucial link for transmitting data to emergency services. Check that the proposed solution supports in-band modems on both 2G and 3G networks.

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http://embedded-computing.com/articles/the-fast-growing-m2m-market-presents-a-series-of-wireless-design-challenges/

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The fast-growing M2M market presents a series of wireless design challenges (part 2)

Battery life is critical

The time between battery charging or replacement is critical to the success of some Industrial computer products. A container-mounted tracking device, for example, in-vehicle system may be required to run for several days if it’s being shipped by air or road, and up to several weeks if shipped by sea. Battery life must be adequate to support these timescales.

Mobile phones are typically expected to run for two or three days on a charge. Hence, consumer expectations for the operating life of health and fitness devices will be similar. When comparing modem and GNSS receiver specifications in these applications, both the operating and standby current consumption are important, as well as the power-saving functions. The latter may include auto-wakeup features and intelligent power-saving modes, such as the ability to log data autonomously without waking the host processor. Ideally, components should only wake up when needed.

Mobility demands multi-standards compliance

Global mobility is increasing for people and goods, so it’s important to consider where a modem needs to function today and where it may be required to work in the future. GSM is supported by four main frequency bands worldwide, UMTS by six, and LTE over 30. An electricity meter is usually static whereas a resource management system may be required to work in all regions of the world and should include either a quad- or dual-band GSM modem (depending on the location), or six-band UMTS modem.

Certified modems accelerate embedded system approvals

Any cellular network device, whether for GSM, UMTS, or LTE, needs regulatory, industry, and operator certification. It significantly simplifies and speeds up the in-vehicle system certification process if the modem embedded in the device is certified.

What’s needed today may be different tomorrow

While GSM/GPRS networks are perfectly capable of handling the small volumes of data transmitted in remote metering applications, GSM bands are already being considered for re-allocation to 3G and 4G services. To save the expense of future-proofing, it’s a good idea to design with on-board computer standards in mind. Today, this means designing with UMTS/HSPA or LTE modems, or at least future-proofing hardware to simplify upgrades.

Nested design simplifies technology upgrading

Cellular M2M technologies are in embedded system continuous evolution and when designing a new device enabling cellular connectivity, it’s important to consider its upgradability to newer technologies to optimize the design cost. Here, there’s on-board computerlayout compatibility across the entire cellular on-board comouter modem range (GSM, UMTS, CDMA, and LTE). With this approach, as shown in Figure 2, one PCB layout can be used for all end-product variations, ensuring an easy migration between on-board computer and module generations, also thanks to the AT command compatibility within the different modules.

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http://embedded-computing.com/articles/the-fast-growing-m2m-market-presents-a-series-of-wireless-design-challenges/

 

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Acrosser Releases Product Video for 35-mm Onboard Computer: AIV-HM76V1FL

acrosser Technology, a world-leading onboard computer manufacturer, releases the product video for its 35-mm-high fanless in-vehicle computer, AIV-HM76V1FL. The footage displays a full view of each angle of this ultra-slim in-vehicle computer. All input and output interfaces are fully demonstrated with the computer lying horizontally on its 35-mm I/O surface. It takes not only substantial R&D effort to develop hardware with such thin client dimensions, but also numerous production checks to guarantee quality for on-road tests. This thin hardware platform showcases Acrosser’s expertise in industrial PC manufacturing.

The video familiarizes systems integrators and application engineers with the user interface (UI) for BIOS modification for power management settings. The ignition is used not only to turn the vehicle on and off, but also the vehicle PC as well. However, not all vehicle users follow the same ignition process; a subsystem to delay startup of the vehicle PC is necessary for some users. Therefore, we created a system that allows users to manually alter the power mode of the vehicle PC on ignition.

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The fast-growing M2M market presents a series of wireless design challenges (part 1)

When selecting wireless modems, there’s a checklist of features to consider. We’ve presented those here.

The growth rate of machine-to-machine (M2M) connections now far exceeds new connections between people, and soon there will be many more machines than people connecting over cellular Industrial computer networks, as shown in the GSM Association forecast in Figure 1. These in-vehicle system include security systems, meters, robots, vending stations, asset trackers, and emergency call systems. The variety is growing by the day, as are the silent conversations between millions of machines exchanging data 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with no human intervention.

At the same time, it’s becoming cheaper and easier to connect to fleet management the Internet and even mass produced computing devices are able to gather and process ever-larger volumes of data. The one potential bottleneck to greater M2M connectivity, the fact that all 4 billion+ IP version 4 (IPv4) addresses are already allocated, has been removed with the introduction of embedded system. This supports 2128 addresses, more than enough for every grain of sand on Earth to have its own address. It’s perhaps no surprise then that LTE, the fourth generation of mobile networks (4G), is designed to deliver services such as data, voice, and video over IPv6.

To join the M2M in-vehicle system revolution, all that’s needed is to embed machines with small, economical (wireless) modems. Where location, speed, or navigation information needs to be established, the machines also need a GPS or GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) receiver. Both industrial computers, with an antenna, can fit easily in a device smaller than a mobile phone. GNSS is the standard generic term for satellite navigation systems that provide autonomous geo-spatial positioning with global coverage. It includes GPS (U.S.), GLONASS (Russia), Galileo (Europe), BeiDou (China), and other regional systems.

When thinking about how to equip an embedded system with communications capability, start by thinking about the needs of the application. Factors such as industrial computer longevity, geographical network coverage, or future-proofing to take account of future wireless network upgrades, are all important considerations. Here are some of the product features to consider when selecting wireless fleet management modems.

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Acrosser Launches Its Latest Fanless 35-mm Vehicle Computer: AIV-HM76V1FL

acrosser Technology, a world-leading vehicle PC supplier, announces the launch of its 35-mm-high fanless in-vehicle computer, AIV-HM76V1FL. This ultra-slim car computer, equipped with an Intel® Core™ i7-3517UE processor, enables unparalleled computing performance for vehicle applications.

Capable of BIOS modification, AIV-HM76V1FL provides significant flexibility for power management applications. For system integrators, the default power on/off value of the vehicle can be customized based on task requirements. For advanced in-vehicle infotainment service applications, Acrosser’s AIV-HM76V1FL includes two HDMI connectors for digital output, and one combo cable for analog output.

The two optional Mini PCIe modules are designed for wireless communication.  If equipped with a 4G LTE module, this fanless on board computer makes an excellent solution for developed markets where high-speed telecommunication services are well-established and widely used. A versatile set of I/O features includes four COM ports, four USB slots, and 9-32V wide voltage compatibility. The design includes a SIM slot on the side of the device to enable easy SIM card installation without opening the case, alleviating the task load of your technical team.

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Acrosser Kicks Off Sale of Its Latest Ultra Slim Vehicle Mount Computer Sale

acrosser Technology, a world-leading in-vehicle computer supplier, is pleased to announce the kickoff of a presale event for its latest ultra-slim vehicle mount computer, AIV-HM76V1FL. Acrosser has been an expert manufacturer of in-vehicle computing solutions for nearly a decade. For 2015, Acrosser is releasing its first slim Vehicle mount computer, AIV-HM76V1FL, to fulfill the growing market demand for a thinner hardware platform.

The detailed specifications for AIV-HM76V1FL have been released on the Acrosser Web site. A limited number of samples will be available in early June, and we urge all customers to make a quote for a sample soon! The versatile, ultra- slim AIV-HM76V1FL fits easily into any vehicle no matter the size, ranging from taxis, police cars, ambulances to fire fighter trucks, heavy duty trucks, buses, construction vehicles and trains. Taking real-time environmental factors into consideration, AIV-HM76V1FL was built to perform under a variety of road conditions, including road bumps and unexpected vibrations. Acrosser will have a live demo of the product available at Computex 2015. To experience this product’s shock and vibration endurance firsthand, come visit us at Computex 2015, located at Booth K0409a in the TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall. Acrosser’s rugged vehicle platform can withstand any challenges and fulfill all of your vehicle computing needs. Stay tuned for our upcoming product launch press for a full introduction to this amazing in-vehicle computer!

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The case for security in Linux-based IoT devices (part 1)

Are you among the embedded system OEM and software consultant adding Internet connectivity and services into devices that were not originally intended to do so? If you are, then you know that by connecting these products to the Internet, customers are discovering new forms of revenue and, in some cases, entirely new business models. What’s more, they are able to make their current products both more valuable and cost-effective.

As we continue to see more Internet-connected devices, we must acknowledge that they will be vulnerable to attack, remotely disabled, or compromised in some other undesirable way – each scenario seriously threatening the entire underpinning of these new business models.

Consider the following example in the world of home automation. It is one of the biggest consumer applications for the Internet of Things (IoT), and potentially one of the most lucrative for attackers. What could a criminal do with information stored in what might be considered a rather harmless home-automation device like an IP-connected smart thermostat? Well, these devices are built to learn your habits. They are designed to recognize or “learn” when you are home and when you are away, so that they can optimize the industrial computer used to heat and cool your house. You can guess where I’m going with this. They’ll know your habits and track your routines – sensational fodder for someone thinking about stopping by uninvited.

Remember the case of the Samsung Smart TV? In order to be able to respond to voice commands, it constantly “listened” to your chatter, interpreted it, and then might even send it to “authorized” third parties. Yes, I am serious. The Smart TV was demonstrated to be hackable (what isn’t without lock down security) back in 2013. This is a perfect example demonstrating the need for multiple embedded system accessibility levels. In the in-vehicle system case, there was only one user account possible, and that user could access anything on the device[1][2].

Security through obscurity

In many past instances, product developers would rely on the fact that their in-vehicle system devices were too few and too uninteresting to hackers to attempt to exploit them. In other words, these devices were obscure – ostensibly unknown nodes on a network. Unfortunately, this strategy will no longer work. With what is expected to be billions of devices connected to the Internet in next five years (with tremendous variety of functionality), these once “no interest” devices will become quite tempting as targets for exploit.

To address how security by obscurity will no longer work, let me offer an example of how a website is being used to search for Internet connected devices: www.acrosser.com

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http://embedded-computing.com/articles/the-case-security-linux-based-iot-devices/

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