Extreme configuration flexibility with MXI / PXI Express compatibility

Extreme configuration flexibility with MXI / PXI Express compatibility

Our engineering team has developed, tested, qualified and deployed a new system offering a high quantity of PCIe slots while adding extreme flexibility and substantial cost reduction. Leading supplier to the automated test equipment (ATE) market, DuroPC has developed industrial computers capable of enumerating a large number of PCI devices in support of a Tier [...]
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Microsoft Downgrade Rights

Microsoft Windows Downgrade. **UPDATE** Microsoft recently updated its downgrade rights. If Microsoft no longer supports the operating system we can not downgrade to it. Unless your company has been using the volume license system since the time the requested operating system was in use you can not longer downgrade to it. Because of this change […]

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The difference between PCIe x1, x4, x8, x16

In a previous blog post, we covered the difference between PCI and PCI-X.  The response to the post was enthusiastic, and we were asked to write a complementary post explaining the difference between PCIe x1, x4, x8, x16.  We are always happy to answer customers’ questions (feel free to contact us with your questions regarding […]

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IRQ Settings & Conflicts

What is an IRQ and why is does my device have a conflict?
IRQ is an acronym for Interrupt ReQuest and refers to individually numbered channels that are used by devices to when accessing a processor.

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32 Bit PCI Slots – Types of PCI Expansion

As PCI Slots has grown to become the default expansion technology for industrial applications, so have the variety of available PCI Slot technologies. It’s easy to be confused by the number standards. Let’s look at each and see what they do. The best industrial computers offer a combination of these expansion slots to accommodate a […]

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