IPC, or industrial PC, is the abbreviation for a personal computer that is primarily used in the industrial sector and has controller capabilities.
The main purposes of industrial PCs are process control and/or data collecting. Sometimes in a distributed processing environment, an industrial PC is just utilised as a front-end to another control computer.
Industrial computers, or IPCs, are now referred to generally in the modern context. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and specifications, and many of them are especially made to meet the demands of that application.
IPCs are therefore intrinsically safe to operate in extremely combustible situations since they have certifications like ATEX or EX1, which they employ in oil and gas applications.
Similar to how Industrial PCs used in the power sector require IEC-61850 certification, whereas IPCs used in the transportation sector require EN-50155 certification.
The Australia industrial computer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
the pioneer of performance-optimised, purpose-built data centre systems, announced the opening of an Australian-based manufacturing plant.
The new factory, which is based in Sydney and whose commissioning is scheduled to start in October, will enable SoftIron to produce its industry-first open-source optimised appliances for scale-out data centres, including private and public clouds as well as enterprise-scale facilities, locally.
The Department of Defence gave SoftIron a grant for the development of industrial capabilities and innovation during the first phase of the project, totaling million, in order to satisfy the department’s stated priorities for the development of sovereign industrial capabilities.
The plant is thought to be the first place in Australia where component-level computer fabrication has taken place.
SoftIron will be able to produce its open-source optimised appliances for enterprise-scale facilities and scale-out data centres in-country, a first for the industry.
The corporation will construct the plant in Sydney, making it the second facility in the globe after California, and manufacturing is anticipated to begin there. The company’s “Edge Manufacturing” approach has reached a significant turning point with this.
© Copyright 2017-2023. Mobility Foresights. All Rights Reserved.