Tech Talk

Ravi Ramanuja
Picture this - you enter your office building, swipe your access card and walk to your desk. Your computer has been booted up and is ready with a "Welcome - happy working!" message. At the end of a productive day, when you swipe your access card to go out of the building, the computer shuts down after saving any files that are open and will be ready to resume operations the next working day.
 
The next generation building will be smart, energy-efficient and designed around the occupants, rather than the other way around. With IoT technologies fast becoming...
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Thinlabs’ PoE solution was reviewed by three CxOs from three different industry segments and include Seth A. Kaplan, a CTO with Healthcare Industry experience; Shawn Pressley, a CIO with Construction Industry experience; and Gary Marshall, a CIO with IT Services Industry experience.

All three of our executives were impressed with Thinlabs’ PoE solution. They noted the solution provides a strong low power compute platform that could have a significant impact on the enterprise...

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Thinlabs PoE Computers are full desktops running Windows or Linux (or VDI Clients) and can be used as a replacement for your office equipment. The price is similar while the costs are significantly lower overall.

As promised there are different use cases, some of which our customers have told us about. Here’s an example of Thinlabs PoE Computers being used in the Electrical Industry.

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A large European energy company is testing ...

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Intelligent Buildings are here to stay. Driven by intelligent systems that control all elements of an office digitally, smart solutions can allocate seats, control lighting, cool or heat the occupied workspace, operate digital security systems and provide wireless access to employees and guests. The end result is an environment that is measurable, controllable and green, efficiently and effectively.

IP convergence is the mantra of the digital...

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Ravi Ramanuja, Regional Sales Manager of Thinlabs, discusses the advantages of using Thinlabs' Power Over Ethernet computers.

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Thinlabs has a policy of manufacturing devices that are future proof. The words future-proof may sound simple, but what it means to our end customers is that the devices we manufacture will work with leading virtualisation systems and feature x86 platforms, meaning almost all of the leading Operating Systems can be supported.

We pride ourselves in our devices’ longevity, and also offer support to customers who might otherwise have to purchase expensive...

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Thinlabs has added another feather to its crown - for the first time ever, LLDP (Link Layer Discovery Protocol) has been implemented on a desktop computer for the purpose of utilising PoE to power the device. With this additional feature, Thinlabs PoE (Power Over Ethernet) computers can not only negotiate power requirements (and therefore actually reduce the power used by our already incredibly low energy consuming desktop and digital signage devices), but also add other important features when combined...

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JR Mundkur, CEO of Thinlabs, and Karthik Ramaswamy, Sr. Product Line Manager of Enterprise Switching Product Management / Cisco, discuss Thinlabs' partnership with Cisco to provide UPoE solutions for energy-saving and cost-efficient computing solutions in education, health care, manufacturing and retail.

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What types of touch screens does Thinlabs provide? How do they work? What are the advantages and disadvantages associated with each?

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Modern healthcare facilities are continuously challenged to reduce energy consumption while simultaneously adopting higher performance information and communications technology (ICT) that significantly boosts total energy usage and associated costs. Finding the optimal balance between these two requirements can be elusive. It’s a conflict that’s compounded by evolving ICT system mobility considerations and information security concerns.

Historically, healthcare facilities used computers on wheels (COWs) to access and capture patient records. These range from...

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