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  • Innovative designs in mission critical equipment

    Recab and nVent SCHROFF’s customers face similar challenges. Across the board we have found that customers are being asked to meet shorter design cycles with fewer resources while still ensuring the inclusion of certified products that can withstand the harshest environments,
    - Innovative designs in misson critical equipment.

  • Key Account manager / Sales Engineering - Denmark

    As a Key Account Manager / Sales Engineer you need to be adept in your technical knowledge as well as your business skills. Your main responsibility and focus will be within development and support of your own customer base in a collaborative cross functional team’s. You will be working closely with our Nordic and UK Sales and Engineering Teams in quoting IPC- and embedded computer solutions to local Danish customers. The employment is located at the Recab branch office in Smørum, Denmark

  • Project & HW Development Engineering / Field Application Engineering (FAE) - Denmark

    As a Project & HW Development Engineer / FAE you need to be adept in your technical knowledge as well as your business skills. Your main responsibility and focus will be within development of innovative embedded Computer systems in a collaborative cross functional team’s. - The employment is located at the Recab branch office in Smørum, Denmark

15 September 2020 | Products

Military Ultra Rugged Tablets

The Military Ultra Rugged Tablet series from Winmate is built to survive and tailored for military applications and feature IP65 protection and MIL-STD-810G.

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Military Ultra Rugged Tablets: The sunlight readable display screen gives a premium outdoor viewing experience for those in the field. Multiple wireless connectivity options and data capture modules allow users to complete their tasks reliably. Below we present a selection built to survive and tailored for military applications and feature IP65 protection and MIL-STD-810G:

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Size:13.3″
Resolution:1920×1080
Processor:Intel® Core i5-7200U Kaby Lake, 2.5 GHz (Turbo up to 3.10 GHz)
Memory: 4GB SODIMM DDR4-2400 (up to 16GB)
Storage: 1 x 128GB M.2 SSD (up to 512GB)optional M.2 SSD (up to 512GB)

 

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Size: 8.4″
Resolution: 800 x 600
Processor:Intel® Pentium® N4200 Apollo Lake 1.1 GHz (up to 2.5 GHz)
Memory: 4GB SODIMM DDR3L-1866 (up to 8GB)
Storage: 64GB M.2 SSD (up to 512 GB)

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Size:8.4″
Resolution: 800 x 600
Processor: Intel® Core i5-8265U Whiskey Lake, 1.6 GHz (Turbo up to 3.90 GHz)
Memory: 4GB SODIMM DDR4-2400 (up to 16GB)
Storage: 1 x 128GB M.2 SSD (up to 512GB);Optional M.2 SSD (up to 512GB)

R10IP8M-RTT2ML
Size: 10.4″
Resolution: 1024 x 768
Processor: Intel® Pentium® N4200 Apollo Lake 1.1 GHz (up to 2.5 GHz)
Memory: 4GB SODIMM DDR3L-1866 (up to 8GB)
Storage: 64GB M.2 SSD (up to 512GB)

R10IWK8M-RTT2ML
Size: 10.4″
Resolution: 1024 x 768
Processor: Intel® Core i5-8265U Whiskey Lake, 1.6 GHz (Turbo up to 3.90 GHz)
Memory:4GB SODIMM DDR4-2400 (up to 16GB)
Storage: 1 x 128GB M.2 SSD (up to 512GB); Optional M.2 SSD (up to 512GB)

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Link to Winmate
Link to Recab Defence & Avionics

 

Do you want more information about Winmate Military Ultra Rugged Tablets or our other products/projects:
Pontus Eriksson / +46 73 073 79 55 / [email protected]
Nils Olav Gjørvad / +47 969 022 11 / [email protected]
Brian Ulskov Sørensen /+45 70 300 310 / [email protected]

07 September 2020 | Marketing

Free Webinar on demand:
VPN solutions

As digitalization is growing more and more, the demands for remote connections are increasing. Whether it's maintenance or data gathering this puts high demands on security in order to avoid data breach and attacks like Denial of Service that can cause huge and costly damages.

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Free webinar VPN Solutions:
The most common way to solve this is by using some kind of VPN solution. This does however require a certain level of knowledge to implement and maintain, and can also be very time consuming as the number of connected sites increase.

This is something we at Recab can help you with.

In this free webinar VPN Solutions we will look at some different types of VPN, and also present a VPN solution from Insys that doesn’t require and knowledge to use, maintains a high security with certificates that are updated automatically, and that doesn’t require any expensive special mobile subscriptions.

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Host for the webinar: Daniel Lundén FAE / Support – Industrial Data Communication

Webinar time: 45 min

For registration fill in the form in below, and we send you a email in a few minutes with a link so you can start your webinar whenever you want

Swedish Version:
Webinar – VPN Lösningar
I takt med den ökade digitaliseringen kommer också kraven på att allt mer arbete ska ske på distans. Oavsett om det gäller underhållsarbete eller datainsamling ställer den omställningen höga krav på säkerheten för att undvika dataintrång och attacker som Denial of Service som kan orsaka stora och kostsamma skador.

Det vanligaste sättet att lösa detta är någon form av VPN-lösning. Detta kräver dock en viss kunskap att sätta upp och underhålla, och kan även bli väldigt tidskrävande i takt med att antalet uppkopplingar ökar.

Detta är något som vi på Recab kan hjälpa till med.

I detta webinar kommer vi titta på lite olika VPN-tekniker, och kommer även presentera en VPN-lösning från Insys som inte kräver någon kunskap att använda, håller hög säkerhet med certifikat som uppdateras automatiskt och inte kräver dyra telematik-abonnemang.
Värd för webinariet: Daniel Lundén FAE / Support – Industrial Data Communication
Webinar tid: 45 min

För registering, fyll i formuläret nedan så skickar vi en länk inom ett par så kan du starta webinariet när du själv önskar

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31 August 2020 | Technology

Recab: IIoT – Industrial Internet of Things

Industry 4.0 has seen new concepts and technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence and automation developing at a rapid pace.

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Guidance, What is IIoT (IIoT)- Industrial Internet of Things:
One key element of Industry 4.0 is the Internet of Things (IoT), where computing systems connect seamlessly with other devices in the cloud – transferring data over a network without human intervention. By combining these connected devices, it is possible to gather data, analyse it and create insights and actions to help with any given task. Consumers use cloud solutions every day, and now see them as part of the natural order. In the world of business, too, new technologies are emerging all the time that help increase productivity, eliminate errors and facilitate almost limitless connectivity.

Internet of Things (IoT) – generates connectivity
Within manufacturing, the IIoT does the same thing on an industrial scale. Rather than supporting simpler consumer or IT requirements, IIoT generates connectivity between machines, factories and entire supply chains.

In this new, hyper-connected world, the IIoT is revolutionizing the way we build things by enabling the acquisition and accessibility of far greater amounts of data, at far greater speeds, far more efficiently than before.

IIoT – the potential to connect all its component parts
However complex a machine might be, the IIoT has the potential to connect all its component parts, including sensors, cameras and embedded computers. Data is transferred from the machines and reassembled in the cloud, making it accessible from anywhere in the world in real time. As the breadth, depth and granularity of the data increases, machines can learn and improve performance.

Operators can use IIoT to predict when their machines will need maintenance or replacement, minimising downtime and maximising productivity. With cloud connectivity, there is also almost limitless potential to share information and optimise processes leading to rapid advancements in technology and innovation.

Challenges with IIoT in your business
But, as with all major breakthroughs, there are challenges for organisations to overcome. The nature of cloud computing and open source principles, where code is freely available to be shared, can make companies nervous that they are being exposed to unnecessary risk. Some organizations might be reluctant to adopt a fully cloud-based solution because they are worried about losing control of their data.

There is also the problem of mindset. Many people are resistant to wholesale change, and fearful of what new processes and systems might mean for their roles and livelihoods.

Recab: IIoT provides manufacturers with a world of new possibilities.
At Recab, our role is to provide the right hardware, insight and practical support for customers looking to navigate this new world of connectivity within an industrial environment. We are cyber security experts, so customer data remains safe at all times, while our suite of services covers the whole spectrum of computing from edge to cloud – including routers and application software.

Cutomer Case – Nordomatic AB a leader in energy-efficient building automation:
One of Recab´s recurring customers – Nordomatic AB, is a leader in Europe when it comes to energy-efficient building automation. By combining an optimal indoor climate with heavily reduced costs and a long-term sustainable society they create a unique offer. What primarily distinguish them is the combined competence and enthusiasm for both building automation and energy efficiency within properties says Kenneth Martinsson – CTO Cloud Service at Nordomatic.

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Kenneth Martinsson – CTO Cloud Service at Nordomatic.

All parameters play a role for Nordomatic:
Energy efficient building automation is based on utilizing all the surplus energy that is created in a building, but which usually is not taken to use. The solution also takes the property´s building structure into account, since every property have a unique thermal inertia and is therefore optimally controlled according to precisely those conditions. Someone called it “Eco-driving” for real estate.

Solutions:
In order for our customer to be able to handle an overview and future forecast of approximately 200 facilities, Recab provides routers as well as VPN-solutions such as, see link below:
Router
VPN-Solution: iCom Connectivity Suite – VPN

All monitoring takes place via a web browser where it is simple to keep track of statuses -whereupon you get an overview without being at the locations in person – “Eco-driving” for real estates.

 

Our three core divisions are Sensor, ID and VisionIndustrial Data Communication  and Embedded Computing Services, and these teams have access to a vast portfolio of products.

Some of our key global partners within Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) :
Belden Hirschmann
Insys
Moxa
Siemens Ruggedcom
Acksys
ETIC
Netmodule
AAEON

Link to Recab’s “Guidance and knowledge archive” where you will find more information about – Industrial PC, Industry 4.0 ect…

 

For more information and support, please contact us at: [email protected]  or fill out the form below.

Please fill out the form for more information

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31 August 2020 | Products

Launch: New USB-to-HDMI Converter

Direct Camera to Monitor Imaging: Typical machine vision applications use dedicated computers to perform image processing and analysis. Supports resolutions up to 4K (3840x2160) at 15 fps; Full HD up to 60 fps

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Some simple monitoring and visualization tasks do not, however, require these levels of image processing. Such tasks are most efficiently solved by delivering images directly from camera to monitor — eliminating the need for and associated costs of dedicated computer hardware. Expressly designed for this purpose, the USB-to-HDMI converter generates an HDMI signal from The Imaging Source’s USB3 camera image data. Camera settings like exposure and gain can be configured via an on-screen menu and are automatically restored on startup.

The converter supports all 33U and 37U-series cameras from The Imaging Source with native display resolution up to 4K. There are easy-to-use on-screen menus for camera and display settings via USB keyboard.

Features
• Supports all DMK/DFK 33, 37 and 38 series cameras from The Imaging Source
• Supports resolutions up to 4K (3840×2160) at 15 fps; Full HD up to 60 fps
• Supports monitors up to 4K native resolution
• Easy-to-use on-screen menus for camera and display settings via USB keyboards

Temperature (operating)    0 °C to 45 °C
Temperature (storage)    -20 °C to 60 °C
Humidity (operating)        20 % to 80 % (non-condensing)
Humidity (storage)           20 % to 95 % (non-condensing)

Link to The Imaging Source
Link to our business section within Vision
Read more about our Smart Vision Industrial and vision Solutions 

For more information about the USB-to-HDMI Converter or Recab´s other products:
Klas Bengtsson / 0730-766 721 / [email protected]
Glenn Abrahamsson / 0702-355 685 / [email protected]

26 August 2020 | Products

Launch: SINTRONES EBOX-7000 Edge AI GPU Computing Solution enabling flexibility

The new EBOX-7000 Edge AI GPU Computing is suitable for various factory automation and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) control system in large-scale processes such as mining and manufacturing.

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Sintrones EBOX-7000 is powered by Intel 9th Gen Core i7/ Intel 8th Gen Core i7/i5/i3 CPU with 6 x RJ45 GbE (optional 4 x PoE Max. 100W). EBOX-7000 features two LTE SIM Card Sockets with automatic SIM Card detection (Taiwan Patent No. M592609).

Sintrones EBOX-7000 provides PCIe card expansion including a riser card w/ 1 x PCIe x16 slot (1 x PCIe 3.0 x16 interface) or optional riser card w/ 2 x PCIe x16 slot (2 x PCIe 3.0 x8 interface). Both riser cards can be up to 185mm length total 90W~150W PCIe cards. It is expandable with Nvidia Tesla Card, Nvidia GPU card, Nvme card, image capture card and I/O card.
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Key Features:

  • Intel 9th Gen Core i7/ Intel 8th Gen Core i7/i5/i3
  • 1 x PCIe 3.0 x16 Interface Expansion (optional 2 x PCIe 3.0 x8 Interface)
  • 6 x RJ45 GbE (optional 4 x PoE Max. 100W)
  • 8 x GPI, 4 x GPO and 2 x RS-232/422/485
  • 1 x DP + 1 x HDMI + 1 x DVI-I (Single Link w/o Analog Video)
  • Dual Hot Swappable SATA Storage RAID 0,1,5
  • 9-48V DC Input and Operating Temp.: -40~70°C
  • TPM 2.0
  • Support 5G and the LTE standard for wireless network performance

Highlight – Technology SINSmart:
Another highlight of EBOX-7000 is the SINTRONE self-developed technology SINSmart – it provides reliable monitoring of network-connected remote power control devices, Power over Ethernet (PoE) switches and UPS for power management. It has remote monitoring of voltage, UPS delay setup and Digital, IO/WDT/System temperature control. This feature supports edge ai gpu computing with reliable remote connectivity. Includes an optional battery backup kit (SINTRONE patented technology), for continuous operations, providing an extra 10 minutes after power drain or failure of the main power source to increase the reliability of the system.

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Datasheet Sintrones EBOX-7000
Link to Sintrones

Link to Recab engineering for inspiration and see a selection of our projects

Do you want more information about Sintrones EBOX-7000 or our other products/projects:
Pontus Eriksson / +46 73 073 79 55 / [email protected]
Nils Olav Gjørvad / +47 969 022 11 / [email protected]

24 August 2020 | Technology

Industry 4.0

How Industry 4.0 is helping Recab revolutionise computing hardware. We are now in the middle of the fourth industrial revolution. Just as with the three that preceded it, this has meant a seismic shift in the way we use technology to help make advances in all areas of our lives and work.

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Industry 4.0 the industrial revolution
In the 1800s, the first industrial revolution saw manual labor replaced by steam power. Then, at the start of the 20th century, electricity changed the industrial landscape again. In the second half of the 20th century, the third industrial revolution placed computing at the center of everything. Industry 4.0 is all about connectivity. Our computers have become so sophisticated, they can learn to communicate – not only with each other, but with machines, factories and entire supply chains. In this interconnected world, it is possible for manufacturers to streamline operations and optimize processes, delivering huge cost-savings and efficiencies.

Industry 4.0 – ability to predict early potential problems
Companies can also start to automate asset tracking and predictive maintenance. Previously, machines had to be taken out of commission periodically for planned repairs and upgrades. Industry 4.0 solutions give manufacturers the ability to predict when potential problems are going to arise before they actually happen, minimizing downtime and saving money.

With every advancement in digital technology, AI and automation, organisations have better visibility of their entire operation – a ‘helicopter view’ with real time access to data insights and analytics. Cloud computing technology enables almost limitless storage and sharing potential, and removes the requirement for siloed servers and data centers. Multinational organisations can now standardize global practices and bring harmony and continuity to all aspects of their business.

Industry 4.0 – Only benefits or…
But with all the great benefits Industry 4.0 brings, there are challenges to be addressed.
Even in the most basic office environment, IT upgrades and process changes can be difficult and expensive. In industrial settings, the complexity and costs increase exponentially. Hardware is required that can operate in tough physical environments. It needs to be robust and rugged, and able to withstand exposure to dust, vibration and extreme temperatures.

Many industries require strict adherence to regulations and specific certifications, so ensuring compatibility across a range of solutions can be difficult.

There is also the question of competition. As more companies adopt an Industry 4.0 model, it is becoming increasingly important to follow suit, and that can put pressure on staff and budgets.

But if you can overcome these obstacles and successfully embrace Industry 4.0, it will boost the efficiency and profitability of your entire operation.

At Recab, Industry 4.0 is at the heart of our business.
For many years we have been leaders in the field of embedded computer systems, helping customers all over the Nordic region make enhancements to their IT capabilities and processes. Since 2018, we have added two business sectors: Industrial Data Communication  and Sensor, ID and Vision. This gives Recab access to a vast portfolio of products, and gives us the potential to provide a holistic service across all a customer’s hardware needs.

In a complex and highly fragmented market, Recab provides customers with the expertise, experience and reassurance they need. Whether an organisation is looking for a single product, or a tailored solution across a range of interconnected products, we work with the biggest suppliers from Asia, Europe and the US and can help design and implement customized packages from edge to cloud.

Some of our key global partners within Embedded Computer Systems:
Kontron Europe GmbH
Concurrent Technologies Plc
nVent (Schroff)
SINTRONES Technology Corp.
Congatec AG
Neousys Technology Inc.

Link to Recab’s “Guidance and knowledge archive” where you will find more information about – IIoT, Industrial PC ect…

For more information and support, please contact us at: [email protected]  or fill out the form below.

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24 August 2020 | Products

Launch: Embrace Next-level Network Versatility
– MOXA MDS-G4000 Series 

The MDS-G4000 Series from Moxa is a One Platform for Future-proof Modular Networks. It supports a broad range of media interface modules. We outfitted each module with 4 ports to allow for even more combinations, letting you scale your network at a granular level based on your needs. No need to worry about future scalability or changing to different types of media ports, the MDS-G4000 Series provides a single adjustable platform to plan ahead. 

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MOXA MDS-G4000 Series : As industrial networks continue to evolve, the connectivity requirements for industrial applications grow as well with more devices becoming interconnected. Building a flexible, scalable, and reliable network capable of accommodating the growing scale and diversity of industrial networks is now becoming a major concern. Therefore, businesses are looking for truly versatile solutions that are easy to maintain to ensure smooth operations while keeping costs down.

Applications:
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Centralized Underground Security Monitoring System
In the open-pit mining industry, automated underground control systems are deployed and integrated to achieve optimal operational efficiency. The MDS-G4000 Series features a rugged, compact housing equipped with a robust DIN-rail mounting kit that fits in limited cabinet spaces and can withstand heavy vibration.

Aggregating Ethernet-based Power Substation Infrastructure
To accommodate the high volume of intelligent electronic devices (IED) in modern substations, the MDS-G4000 modular switches meet the requirements of the IEC 61850-3 and IEEE 1613 standards, offering industry-proven efficiency and reliability in power substation applications.


Capacity

Introducing the Moxa MDS-G4000 Series of modular switches, offering a mix-and-match Gigabit platform that provides adaptive networking capacity. A capacity to meet the requirements of numerous constantly changing scenarios through high scalability, flexibility, reliability, and effortless maintenance.

  • -40 to 75°C – Wide Temperature
  • 10G – Bump
  • 30G – Anti-shock
  • 4 Ports per module
  • 5 Media Interface Types
  • 2 Isolated Power Modules for Redundancy

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Link to Moxa
Link to a selection of our products

Do you want more information about Moxa MDS-G4000 Series, our projects or products:
Örjan Axelsson / 073-076 67 27 / [email protected]
Magnus Unosson / 073-201 03 02 / [email protected] 

Håkan Gunnarsson / 073-201 03 01 / [email protected] 

 

17 August 2020 | Technology

Industrial PCs – Rugged solutions that are built to last

Many organizations across diverse vertical markets are faced with a choice over the type of computing set-up they need to optimize their operations. Often, this comes down to whether they can achieve their goals using commercially-available PCs and equipment, or whether it is better to invest in an industrial computing solution.

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Industrial PC – designed for longevity
Usually, companies make these decisions based on budget. But it is important to consider the long-term benefits of an industrial model before selecting a cheaper commercial set-up. Industrial PCs are built to last much longer than their commercial counterparts. It is widely accepted that Industrial PCs might provide up to 15 years of service, whereas commercial machines tend to have a much shorter shelf-life. After one or two years, you have to replace them and start again.

Not only that, Industrial PCs are designed for longevity. Their parts and components continue to be supported for many years, so their overall life-cycles are much longer. This is important because it means users can implement long-term strategies knowing their technical set-up will remain stable and reliable.

Industrial PC – for critical applications
Consider also the environment your computers need to operate in. Any application where a computer is required to run 24/7 is usually beyond the scope of commercial technology. Critical applications require industrial computing solutions, whereas commercial PCs are designed to be switched off at the end of the working day.

Reliability is a big factor for these applications, particularly if they are required to operate outdoors. Specialist, robust machines are essential to ensure you get optimized performance, strong weather-resistance and minimal down-time.

Industrial PC – harsh environment
The harsher the environment, the more essential industrial computers become. Many are able to perform in extreme temperatures, with a typical range of -20 to +75 °C. If you compare that to commercial PCs with their range of 0-35 °C, you can see that industrial models are the only real option for year-round outdoor performance.

Certain industries also have tough regulatory and certification benchmarks. Marine and off-shore applications, for example, require equipment to meet rigorous performance standards. This creates a layer of complexity that only a bespoke industrial solution can provide.

Industrial PC – connectivity, compatibility and automation
In the modern age of Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things, connectivity, compatibility and automation are all vital considerations. But with most industrial solutions as nimble as commercial PCs in terms of cloud technology and interoperability, it should be possible to find something that solves all your challenges around staying connected across multiple locations and platforms.

Industrial PCs come in a wide range of forms to cover a multitude of purposes and usages:

  • Industrial motherboards, from COM modules to ATX, ensure large span of performance
  • Legacy IO, like serial ports for connecting to sensors
  • BOM freeze secures long-term product qualification
  • Interface slots for industrial grade IO boards and storage
  • Conformal coating prevents corrosion

Recab: Industrial PC
At Recab, we are committed to putting together the best bespoke industrial solutions for our customers. Working with the most prominent suppliers all over the world, we can provide rugged industrial PCs and components for any application in any vertical market.

When we work on a project, we prefer to look to the future. We suggest hardware that is built to last and can stand up to the harshest environments. With our vast experience and expertise, we know that investing in industrial solutions from the start provides better value for customers in the long term.

For many years we have been leaders in the field of embedded computer systems, helping customers all over the Nordic region make enhancements to their IT capabilities and processes. Since 2018, we have added two business sectors: Industrial Data Communication  and Sensor, ID and Vision. This gives Recab access to a vast portfolio of products, and gives us the potential to provide a holistic service across all a customer’s hardware needs.

Some of our key global partners within Embedded Computer Systems:
Kontron Europe GmbH
Concurrent Technologies Plc
nVent (Schroff)
SINTRONES Technology Corp.
Congatec AG
Neousys Technology Inc.
AAEON
Printec-DS Keyboard

For more information and support, please contact us at: [email protected]  or fill out the form below.

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10 August 2020 | Technology

Recab: Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI)

Recab: How HCI created a data center revolution. In the past, data centers were big - They had to accommodate isolated, single-purpose hardware for every IT function. As a result, organizations had to invest vast sums in multiple hardware units, many of which sat idling the majority of the time, creating an environment of high cost and low efficiency.

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The development of HC
In recent years, there has been a new way of thinking around data centers that allows organizations to consolidate resources in a different way. By making data centers more hardware efficient, companies can be more agile in the way they manage their computing systems.

Converged infrastructure
First, converged infrastructure brought together diverse IT elements into one box, merging computing units, storage, and networking technologies. All to create an integrated and unified system that could perform multiple business functions. This gave organizations flexibility, increased available real estate and saved significant costs. But it still required hardware. Companies still needed to provide a physical location for their servers.

Hyperconverged infrastructure(HCI)
Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) goes one step further. HCI is hardware-agnostic and has heralded the emergence of software-defined data centers (SDDC). Virtualization software enables hardware to be abstracted and migrated to the cloud. And that way creating a single interface with lower operational costs, improved performance for every application, better data governance, and no vendor lock-in.

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On-demand computing
Most important of all, it gives companies access to on-demand computing, optimizing hardware only when you need it and exponentially increasing scalability and processing capacity. HCI solutions give many organizations in diverse vertical markets the versatility they need.

With HCI, there is almost limitless possibility in terms of suppliers and compatibility. You can eliminate vendor lock-in and over provisioning, meaning greatly reduced infrastructure spending across your entire data center.

Customized HCI solutions from Recab
Recab provides bespoke HCI solutions for anyone looking to drive IT efficiencies throughout their business.

One of our areas of specialism is in delivering support for customers operating in environments requiring rugged hardware, such as the defense and aerospace industries. These are areas where computing technology not only has to be hyper-connected but meet tough certification standards and be resistant to among other extreme shock, vibration and wide temperature ranges.

This kind of customer brief has a high level of complexity and, in the past, would have necessitated many different functions, each requiring an individual hardware unit. But IT infrastructure in these industries has come a long way. Now, Recab can provide customers with rugged and resistant hardware from the best suppliers around the world, with the simplicity and scalability of best-in-class HCI technology.

Recab experience and knowhow
We also have the experience and knowhow to put customer plans into action, working alongside them on visualization and practical implementation to set them up for long-term success. Recab’s vast network of suppliers from all over the world means we can always deliver the best value, and our technical expertise allows us to provide easy, compact HCI solutions to fit any customer brief.

Key Characteristics

  • Recab’s latest innovation for our Advanced Modular Computers product family;
  • Virtualized & VMware Certified Rugged Cloud Server for Embedded Defence Applications, deployed in Naval vessels.
  • Rugged by design, 3U OpenVPX COTS technology. Based upon standard 19” rackmount dimensions – shallow depth (below 300 mm)
  • Air-Cooled system, conformal coated electronics
  • Smart & silent 2U fan-tray with IPMI over Ethernet control & monitoring
  • Heterogenous system supporting;
    • Up to 5 x 16 Core Intel Xeon D
    • Up to 5 x Coprocessors @ PCIe x16
      • GPU:    Nvidia Tesla P6 or Quadro RTX5000
      • FPGA: Xilinx Kintex-7
  • Up to 40G Ethernet Blade-to-Blade Interconnection
  • Multipurpose scalable platform – computing, switching, storage and graphical processing.
  • Redundant power (AC and DC version available)
  • Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) optimized design;
    • Add COTS HW resources when needed

Read more about – Industrial PC, Industry 4.0 ect… 
Link to Recab engineering team
Link to Recab Business divisions

For more information and support, please contact us at: [email protected]  or fill out the form below.

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05 August 2020 | Products

Launch: Customizable multi spectral area cameras from JAI

Flex-Eye by JAI is a new and innovative camera concept that enables customization of the size and location of wavebands in JAI’s Fusion Series 2-CMOS and 3-CMOS prism-based multispectral cameras.

By combining the Flex-Eye customization process with the existing Fusion Series prism-based cameras, it is now possible for customers to design a multispectral camera that looks at specific visible and near infrared waveband ranges to meet the exact requirements of their vision application.

Like JAI’s standard Fusion Series multispectral cameras, the Flex-Eye process starts by allowing you to choose from a two- or three-sensor prism configuration outfitted with either 1.6-megapixel or 3.2-megapixel Sony Pregius CMOS global shutter imagers. After that, it is up to you. Define specific wavebands as narrow as 25nm wide, located exactly where you need them across the visible and NIR spectral ranges.

Configuration is simply made by using JAI’s own online Flex-Eye configurator. The online configurator provides an easy, step-by-step process to define your ideal solution. After specifying the number and type of sensors and the resolution an intuitive GUI let you drag and place wavebands on a spectral chart with built-in validation rules to guide you to a successful configuration.

Learn more about the Fusion Flex-Eye multispectral camera concept and try out the on-line Fusion Flex-Eye configurator.
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For more information about the Flex-Eye by JAI or Recab´s other products:
Klas Bengtsson / 0730-766 721 / [email protected]
Glenn Abrahamsson / 0702-355 685 / [email protected]