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Author: Christopher Browning

What are edge servers and how are they used?

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. […]

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I/O Hub Vlogcast: What Are Edge Servers?

I/O Hub Vlogcast: What Are Edge Servers?

In our first episode of the I/O Hub vlogcast, Product Manager Tasha Dickinson answers the question, “what are edge servers?” and shares how these types of computers are being used farther out on the edge. What are edge servers? A brief history of servers Moving computation closer to the edge Edge server form factors Edge […]

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Powering Innovation: Intelligent NVRs with Gorilla

Powering Innovation: Intelligent NVRs with Gorilla

The Next Generation of Intelligent NVRs Intelligent NVRs are the technological evolution of network video recorders, offering real-time object detection and artificial intelligence, enabling actionable insights and solutions to real-world business challenges. Traditionally, NVRs simply record and play back events that have already transpired, requiring additional steps and manual intervention to review, process and act […]

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Creating Karbon 700: High-Performance Rugged Computing at the Edge

Creating Karbon 700: High-Performance Rugged Computing at the Edge

As the edge continues to expand farther out from the data center, the need for reliable, high-performance rugged computing at the edge has grown tremendously, particularly around video and image processing. Engineers and Project Managers working on solutions that require both significant power and extreme durability are often faced with difficult decisions trying to balance […]

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Why Use Rugged PCs At The Edge?

Why Use Rugged PCs At The Edge?

Smart Technology, (Almost) Everywhere After hearing the initial buzz around the “Internet of Things” and how connected devices were the future, it was hard not to joke about refrigerators sending Tweets when you ran out of eggs. While it is amazing we can get real-time inventory updates from the icebox, that IoT has permeated nearly […]

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