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LinuxPR: Computer I/O Introduces Configurable Network Data Servers For OEMs And Systems Integrators

Sep 29, 2000, 16:43 (0 Talkback[s])

"Computer I/O Corporation, a leading provider of embedded software and services for the communications industry, today announced the introduction of its DirectServerTM Series, a line of configurable network data servers. Designed for the aggressive schedules and complex requirements of OEMs and systems integrators, DirectServer's robust standards-based platform supports both pre-packaged and customizable configurations."

"The DirectServer Series is easily configurable to meet a wide range of digital and analog I/O, and telecommunication data requirements. Using Computer I/O's award-winning Easy I/O technology, DirectServer offers an easy to use network-programming interface that is ready for integration with most any network-based data acquisition application. Using the DirectServer platform helps reduce development effort, reduce program costs, and expedite development schedules for third-party developers and integrators. For OEMs and system integrators who need to assimilate multiple I/O components from numerous vendors, DirectServer offers an easy, cost-effective way to package them together in a single network-accessible system."

"DirectServer is based on an enterprise-class server and integrates Computer I/O's DirectWare data communications middleware with standard (or customer specified) PCI-based I/O cards. The pre-packaged configuration of standard hardware and software can be easily accessed by any remote software application, and also supports web browser-based configuration and control."

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