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IoT Smart Alarm Clock

I. Summary The IoT Smart Alarm Clock is an open-source project that enables users to create and customize their alarm clock leveraging the Internet of Things technology. This thorough project offers a step-by-step process for constructing the smart alarm clock, covering features such as text-to-speech capability, multiple wake-up sound selections, smartphone and computer control, Apache2 server

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What is a Raspberry Pi

NAS on Raspberry Pi

This article is about setting up network storage on Raspbian (follow the link to view the article on my corporate blog) 1. What is a NAS Server NAS (Network Attached Storage) Server is a network storage system to provide and retrieve data from other client systems on an existing LAN. This makes it possible for

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GOOGLE OPENTITAN AND MICROSOFT PLUTON CREATE THE FUTURE OF SECURITY CHIPS

GOOGLE OPENTITAN AND MICROSOFT PLUTON CREATE THE FUTURE OF SECURITY CHIPS

Before talking about OpenTitan and Microsoft Pluton – two security chips by two tech giants, let’s have an overview of what security chips actually are. Today, the hardware-level security of an operating system is an extremely important matter and is taken very seriously by manufacturers. The core security of an operating system depends on a chip separate from the

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INTEL APOLLO LAKE SBC AND MICRO SERVER ZIMABOARD STARTS AT 70

INTEL APOLLO LAKE SBC AND MICRO SERVER, “ZIMABOARD” STARTS AT $70

Ice Whale’s ZimaBoard is a small, fanless computer that serves as both an x86 SBC and an appropriate power of a micro server. It is a low-cost standard SBC or mini PC with a 6-watt Intel Apollo Lake processor and a 4K capable mini DisplayPort connector. ZimaBoard was created by makers who got tired of recurring fees, unfriendly presets, and isolated systems,” says

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HARDKERNEL ODROID HC4 IS A LOW COST DUAL BAY NAS THAT SELLS FOR 65 AND UP

HARDKERNEL ODROID-HC4 IS A LOW-COST DUAL-BAY NAS THAT SELLS FOR $65 AND UP

Hardkernel has announced an open-spec, “ODROID-HC4” Network-Attached Storage (NAS) device that runs Linux on a quad -A55 Amlogic S905X3 and offers 4GB DDR4, HDMI 2.0 and two PCIe-driven 2.5- or 3.5-inch SSD/HDD slots for just $65 to $75. This follows after the company updated its Odroid-HC1 NAS board with an Odroid-HC2 model sometime in 2018, both of which are somehow limited as they support only one drive. The

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STEP INTO THE FUTURE WITH TRENTON SYSTEMS NEXT GEN DUAL XEONÂź 3U BAM SERVER

STEP INTO THE FUTURE WITH TRENTON SYSTEMS’ NEXT-GEN DUAL XEON¼ 3U BAM SERVER

Trenton Systems, a manufacturer of rugged servers, workstations, blade servers, JBOD storage systems, mini PCs, processor boards, and PCIe backplanes, is excited to announce the upcoming release of its most powerful rugged computer yet, the 3U BAM Server, featuring the company’s high-performance, next-gen, dual Intel¼ Xeon¼ SP motherboard. Scheduled for release in early 2021, the 3U

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