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Is PCIe Gen 4 Worth The Upgrade?

Your ultimate guide to understanding PCIe 4.0 PCIe 4.0 is the next evolution of a widely used, high-speed interface. Because nothing is ever quite fast enough when it comes to technology, it’s no surprise that PCIe 4.0 has been talked about a lot. But with a lot of conversation comes a lot of misconceptions and […]

Windows 7 End of Life

Windows 7 end of life has come. What now?

The much anticipated End-of-Support (also known as End-Of-Life) of Windows 7 has come. On the 14th of January 2020, Microsoft officially ceased support of Windows 7 and Windows 7 for Embedded Systems. Ever since Microsoft announced the impending end of sales for Windows 7, we’ve covered a wide variety of topics concerning the predicted, but […]

AMD embedded mini PCs

What is AMD embedded, and why now?

AMD Embedded is the newest offering in the industrial space. But what is AMD Embedded and why should you use it? Read on to find out. AMD Embedded isn’t your typical consumer CPU hardware. While AMD Embedded processors have similarities to their consumer counterparts, AMD Embedded focuses on commercial and industrial deployments. That means, among […]

range of edge servers stacked

What are edge servers and how are they used?

In this I/O Hub video, Product Manager Tasha Dickinson answers the question, ‘what are edge servers?’, and goes into detail on how edge servers are solving today’s most challenging hardware problems. A transcript of the video can also be found below. Edge servers refer to computers that reside at the “edge” of a given network. […]

industrial and rugged edge computers

The differences between edge computers

Searching for edge computers can be hard. This guide on the differences between edge PCs will help you find the right solution, fast. What’s are the differences between edge computers? The previous post in our How to Find an Edge Computer series broke down edge computers into three simple categories: fan-cooled, fanless, and rugged. In […]

OnLogic edge computers

How to choose the right edge computer

Choosing the right edge computer can be hard. This guide on how to find an edge computer will help you select the right solution, fast. All edge computers are not the same Choosing the right edge computer is not always easy. Every application has unique requirements. This requires thoughtful planning, especially large scale deployments. With […]

Talking reliable IoT solutions on the Inductive Conversations podcast

Our friends at Inductive Automation were kind enough to invite us to be guests on their popular Inductive Conversations Podcast. The show was created to allow operators, engineers, integrators, managers and CEOs to share manufacturing pain points, creative ideas, inspiring success stories and “light bulb moments”. The two interviews in the episode, one featuring Account […]

Our own Johnny Chen is the first guest on’s new podcast

OnLogic Solutions Architect, Johnny Chen, is the first guest on’s new podcast: IoT Dev Chat. Created for developers and engineers, the podcast will focus on a variety of IoT-related topics, including hardware design, coding, AI, and many more. The first episode is called “Secrets of Rugged AI”, and covers machine learning/AI and how to […]

Logic Supply is now OnLogic

Logic Supply Is Now OnLogic!

Build It OnLogic – A Note About Our Evolution When Logic Supply began back in 2003, our goal was to provide builders, makers and doers the technology ingredients they needed to create next generation computing solutions. In the beginning we were selling mostly motherboards and components, quite literally “supplying the logic” for our customers’ projects. […]