Bits & Pieces - Quarterly News Bulletin
Bits & Pieces - Quarterly News Bulletin
December 2014

Internet of Things is, like always, about turning technical possibilities into customer value. How will you go about and do that for your customers? Let's join forces to see what IoT can do for your business. 

Magnus Fritzson
Market Communications Manager


Internet of Things

- Hectronic hardware supports Intel® IoT solutions

50 billion “things” will be connected to the Internet in year 2020. Intel® positions the offer to take its fair share of that market using acquisitions of companies and HW/SW bundling. Hectronic supports the offer by development of gateways and systems. 

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Network appliance and Applied computing

Lanner is Hectronic's new supplier on the Nordic market. The focus is embedded systems targeting vertical markets and Network appliances.
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Product maintenance keeps deliveries coming

Critical components may need to be replaced in production. The product development team at Hectronic is there to select the replacement, verify functionality and maintain production.
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Certified vehicle computer

- MIL-STD810G and e-mark -
- 3 x Mini-PCIexpress -
- 2 SIM cards for redundancy and increased coverage -  

4K-Ready Digital Signage IPC

- 4K (3840 x 2160) res. -
- 2xHDMI and 1xDP -
- Mini-PCIe and SIM holder -
- 4 gen. Intel Core i5/i3 -  
LEC-7388S Product Page »

MIL-STD-810G and

- IP67 rated -
- MIL-STD810G -
- Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM -
- 2 x Mini-PCIexpress - 


4x Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v2.
Up to 36x copper GbE ports
24x 10G Fiber ports or 4x 40G QSFP ports. 
HPC-72i1 Product Page »

Hectronic wishes You a merry christmas!



Hectronic's Christmas greeting to You is a gift to SOS Children’s villages' for the efforts in fighting ebola spread in West Africa.
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