A personal computer that is specifically utilised in the industrial sector and can serve as an industrial controller is known as an industrial PC, or IPC. A sturdy computer designed for use in an industrial setting, typically in the production of goods, is known as an industrial PC.
Industrial PCs are built with hard-shell components and have greater dependability and uptime in mind. This shows that these components can operate continuously and are robust to harsh circumstances, in contrast to how a standard desktop PC would malfunction.
Panel IPC, rack mount IPC, box IPC, embedded IPC, din rail IPC, and others are the major types of industrial PCs. An industrial PC or rugged touchscreen’s biggest drawback is that they are significantly more expensive than standard PCs.
Due to numerous extra features and other components that standard computers lack, the price is high. The majority of them are also big, taking up a lot of room. In cases of space restriction, they may lead to limitations.
The Europe Industrial computer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A global non-for-profit organisation with its headquarters in Brussels, Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE) was created. 26 member nations and the organisations that represent them are brought together by PRACE to work together to develop a high performance computing (HPC) environment in Europe that is sustainable.
The partnership between Hewlett Packard Enterprise and SiPearl, which broadens the choices for heterogeneous computing for supercomputing and makes use of European architectures, will promote and hasten the deployment of exascale systems in Europe.
Moxa, an IRIS-certified provider of railway communication solutions, has introduced the V2403C Series, a new line of durable industrial computers that complies with the E1 Mark, EN 50121-4 standards for vehicular and roadside applications, to reduce maintenance requirements.
The V2403C PCs, a field-ready solution, have two hot-swappable 2.5-inch SSDs for storage expansion, up to 32 GB of RAM, a mSATA connector, and an Intel Core i7/i5/i3 or Intel Celeron high-performance processor.
The ultra-compact fanless computers feature several screens in the control room for local monitoring of status and real-time control and are embedded with two mPCIe slots for I/O expansion.
The next Karbon 800 Series of rugged computers, created to take use of the enhanced features and capabilities of Intel’s most recent CPUs, have been disclosed by OnLogic, a leading global industrial computer hardware manufacturer and provider of IoT solutions.
For applications requiring strong computing in commercial and industrial settings, such as machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), advanced manufacturing, automation, and other Industry 4.0 and Industrial IoT applications, the OnLogic Karbon 800 Series has been designed.
The first Leap quantum cloud-based system outside of North America has been launched at the Forschungszentrum Jülich Supercomputing Center, according to D-Wave Systems Inc., the industry leader in quantum computing systems, software, and services and the only company developing both quantum annealing and gate-based quantum computers.
The offering gives customers access to the Advantage quantum system, which has more than 5000 qubits and is immediately available in the cloud via Leap to European users at Forschungszentrum Jülich. This is the first physical European annealing quantum computer ever.
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