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NVIDIA Security Updates Issued

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NVIDIA Issues Warning for Updating Windows 10 for GeForce, NVS, Quadro And Tesla Drivers NVIDIA has released a software security update for the NVIDIA GPU Display Driver. This update addresses issues that may lead to local code execution, denial of service, or escalation of privileges. For access to NVIDIA driver updates and more information, click […]

Going Beyond Device Repair: Strategic Support Takes Ownership of Product Performance

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For OEMs, a competitive service model yields longer lifecycle and reduced costs Developing high performance computing systems for the long haul is a powerful tenet of embedded design and manufacturing. In today’s industrial PC landscape, a service department within the Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) is more than just a repair center, and extended support is […]

System Selection: Smart Hardware Choices Enable a Cascade of Value

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Lifecycle Longevity, System Performance, and Reliability Smarter hardware choices and system selection enable a cascade of value for embedded systems, including cost savings, system performance and overall total cost of ownership (TCO). OEMs and ISVs who live in a software-first world, can save big with deeper conversations and planning sessions with their ODM around the […]


Start-Up AND Scale Up: Entrepreneurship is Central to Job Creation

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Insights on Building the Wisconsin Tech Economy Dedicated Computing’s President & CEO, Don Schlidt offers a point of view on job creation in Wisconsin, advocating that growth is as much about scaling established businesses as it is driving new start-ups. Don brings more than 30 years of business experience and 20 years of technology industry […]

Whitelisting, Blacklisting, and Deep Freeze

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  By Bill Gray, Senior Systems Engineer, Dedicated Computing You want to keep your embedded system secure, so you decide to install a virus scanner. However, the device does not have an internet connection, and you can’t afford to send a service person to update the virus definitions as often as is needed, so is […]

Secure/Trusted Booting

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  By Wade Brown, Senior Research and Design Engineer, Dedicated Computing Secure boot is a component of the UEFI firmware package and does not exist in legacy BIOS implementations.  The intended use of this component is to protect against boot kits (as opposed to root kits, which target the OS).  The general boot path is:  computer starts, UEFI […]