ATLANTA, GA–(Marketwired – May 19, 2015) – Winmate Communication Inc., a global leader in developing advanced rugged mobile technologies, was recently selected by Uruguay’s government-owned power company to deploy its IV7T-RK2U Embedded Server PC in electrical substations throughout the country.
Winmate will provide 300 of the servers to be installed, mounted on racks in groups of three. These will become part of the bus substation in an IEC-61850 architecture and IEEE-1588 protocol for synchronization and transmission of information back to the remote control center.
“The IV7T-RK2U has qualities that make it highly suitable for deployment in harsh, rugged environments that require power and performance,” said Khalid Kidari, Vice President of Winmate. “It is built rugged to operate in extreme temperatures, while withstanding shock, vibration, dust, and water. This system will significantly enhance the reliability and performance of the electrical substations.”
IV7T-RK2U’s processing power comes from Intel’s “Ivy Bridge” 3rd-generation core processor, with maximum turbo frequency of 3.6GHz. It is designed in a “2U” format and features number I/Os, including four full-size high-speed USB 3.0 ports, dual RJ45 gigabit Ethernet jacks, two legacy PS/2 ports for mouse and keyboard, two legacy DB9 RS232 serial ports, a jumper-selectable RS232/422/485 port, as well as VGA for a console.
Founded in 1996, Winmate Communication, Inc. is a Taiwan-based company and a global leader in developing advanced rugged mobile technologies for a variety of industries ranging from transportation and logistics, vehicle diagnostic, supply chain, field service, warehouse, retail, and healthcare. The company specializes in research and development, engineering and manufacturing to provide custom and enterprise-ready solutions. With offices in Irvine, Atlanta, Toronto, and China, Winmate services customers throughout the world. For more information, visit http://www.winmate-rugged.com.
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