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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. […]

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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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Harness The Power Of Data With Inductive Automation & Logic Supply At Automate 2019

Harness The Power Of Data With Inductive Automation & Logic Supply At Automate 2019

The term “Industrial Automation” can be applied to a huge range of applications, but if there’s one thing they all have in common, it’s data. The heart of the Industrial Internet of Things is the information created and shared by sensors and devices, but that data is useless unless it can be captured, analyzed and […]

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Continuing The Evolution Of Industry 4.0: A Conversation With ifm

Continuing The Evolution Of Industry 4.0: A Conversation With ifm

Today’s “smart factory” can take many forms, but one common thread is data. In the age of the Industrial Internet of Things and Industry 4.0, the collection, distribution, analysis of, and actuation on data is helping businesses of all shapes and sizes optimize their processes and equipment. The evolution of machines communicating with machines relies […]

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Electromechanicals & PCs – Don’t Be Shocked!

Electromechanicals & PCs – Don’t Be Shocked!

Today’s manufacturing facilities contain a blend of old and new technologies. Advanced sensors, lasers, motion control tables, and machine vision systems are used in conjunction with the workhorses of the industry – solenoids, coils, relays, and primary logic controllers (PLCs). While this modern technology can improve workflow efficiencies, it also brings new challenges to the […]

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