Medical device connectivity has many unique requirements beyond what is demanded by the typical wireless customer. As a medical device manufacturer, how can you implement a Wi-Fi solution that addresses your specific needs?
Network printing allows multiple users to share a printer, thereby saving cost by reducing the number of printers required for an organization. Although most of today’s business printers are network-capable, there is still an important need for print servers in a number of different areas.
If you want to use a software that needs a USB dongle in a virtual environment this is usually a problem. With the device server you can store your USB dongle at a safe place and connect it to virtual machines.
Computers have been used for factory automation applications for many years. With the introduction of device server products like Silex’s SX-500 and SX-550, devices like programmable logic controllers and process control equipment can now be connected to networks.
For many companies, such as shipping companies, measurement of weight is directly tied to revenue. For other, is it tied to cost. But in either case, weight measurements can have a direct effect on profitabilty.
802.11 (Wi-Fi) wireless networking has become almost ubiquitous. Virtually every major organization has wireless capabilities, and wireless connectivity is available at Starbuck’s and many other restaurants.