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General Medical

Features of Edge Computers:

  • High Performance Processors (Intel Core i Series)
  • Large Storage Drives (512GB to 1TB SSD)
  • TPM 2.0 Hardware Security
  • Loads of Inputs/Outputs
  • Highly dependable, built to run 24/7, 365

Read more about Edge Computers below.

Model TMB-5010-PCIe

Medical Box PC

  • 6th Gen Intel Skylake Core i3/i5/i7 CPU
  • PCI-E x16 Expansion Slot
  • White or Black Aluminum Bezel
Model TB-5545-MVS

Machine Vision Box Computer

  • Intel 7th Gen. Core i3/i5/i7 CPU
  • Up to 4x Expansion Slots
  • 2x 260-pin DDR4 SO-DIMM Memory
Model TB-5745-MVS

Industrial Machine Learning Computer

  • Intel 9th Generation Core i3/i5/i7 CPU
  • Up to 4x Expansion Slots
  • Support for Nvidia GPUs up to 75W TDP
Model TB-5913

Industrial Embedded Box PC

  • Intel 11th Generation Core i5 CPU
  • Multiple Inputs and Outputs including 3x USB-C, 2x LAN, 2x HDMI, and more
  • VESA and Wall Mountable

Edge computing moves data processing out of the cloud and closer to where the data is actually captured. Whether it’s a home security system or a smart factory, all of that data needs to be processed. If you try to send it all to the cloud, your network connection will slow down considerably. Instead, you can process some of that data locally, on a computer in the same building or even on the actual device that’s collecting the data.

Edge computing is not meant to replace cloud computing, but rather work together with it. After some, or most, of the data is processed, then what is left can be sent to the cloud. Once in the cloud, it might undergo further analysis or be put into storage. By processing some of the data before it’s sent to the cloud, you improve speed, reliability and security.

What is the future of edge computing?

The applications for edge computing are infinite. As computers get smaller and processing capacities get larger, we have the ability to put a computer on almost any device. Self driving cars need the ability to process information down to the millisecond, to avoid collision. This technology could soon apply to delivery vehicles like drones, trains and trucks.

In manufacturing, edge computing allows us to collect more data and improve products and processes, which could lead to more build-to-order manufacturing. Edge computing can help us collect more data in healthcare too, to get a more holistic look at a patient's health, real-time information in surgery, and population health.