Silex USB Device Server Technology is now deployed in over 10 million products worldwide. We have seen all types of USB devices being connected and shared on wired and wireless networks over the years. Printers, Scanners, and Multifunction printers have probably been the most popular. We have seen many other applications as well including sewing machines, iPods, lab instruments, cameras, and more.
Andrew C. Ross, who is our Senior Field Application Engineer discusses the challenges faced while applying “Power Save Mode” (PSM) in wireless LAN applications in this presentation. As the IoT market expands, applications such as security, sensors and controls will require systems to operate on very low power which makes PSM a very important feature.
After too many years in the industry, I generally approach a trade show/industry event with a certain amount of reluctance. But my three days at the Freescale Technology Forum (FTF 2014) last week were perhaps the most productive in recent memory.
The show officially opened with a keynote presentation from Greg Lowe, President and CEO of Freescale Semiconductor. Appropriately, the presentation started with a moving tribute to the 20 missing Freescale employees on Malaysia flight MH370.
With extensive compatibility testing and proven customer success, HP recommends Silex USB Device Servers for seamlessly networking the following document scanners:
Silex Technology will be participating at the Freescale Technology Forum (FTF) Americas 2014 today at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Dallas, Texas. More than 2,000 designers, applications engineers, industry experts, executives and ecosystem partners will participate in four days of in-depth training, hands-on workshops and demonstrations.