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IQ/SmartServer

A reporting tool from IQ Software, which was acquired by Information Advantage in 1998 and turned into MyEureka Report Server. The software later wound up at Computer Associates, integrated through yet more acquisitions at the end of the 20th century. See MyEureka.
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IoT demonstrations include the latest low-power wide-area wireless networks based on SIGFOX and LoRa-Technology; PowerHouse energy monitoring module, Plug n Play, robust power line communication and SmartServer web connectivity from Avnet; seamless integration of different networks, nodes, sensors and actuators into single cloud services and web-based applications; cloud-on-chip solutions from Telecom Design; IzoT chips, stacks, interfaces, and management software from Echelon; IoT security solutions; Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy modules and IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/BT WLAN Modules.
Cloud Automation has added support and interoperability with Echelon's iLon SmartServer 2.0.
The Smartserver is the latest add-on to the SotasIP and further increases the system capability.
The new Perle SmartServer 400e high-performance router provides a complete solution for mixing Ethernet LAN connections, dialup PCs, locally attached serial devices and voice connection over a wide area network (WAN).
Information Advantage's first step at integration of DecisionSuite and SmartServer is consistent with this emerging market trend.
The i.LON Driver will allow up to 2,000 active data subscriptions (tags) for each SmartServer. Each service can be configured to share data to other Opendiem Engines for Machine-to-Machine data analytics.
Each i.LON Driver Service runs independently of each other even when connected to the same SmartServer. This level of isolation allows for a higher level of connectivity hardening, data reliability, and speed.
ITG is backing the feature race, a pounds 15,000 handicap hurdle, as well as the jockeys' challenge, which carries the name of one of its products, SmartServers.
The Internet connection to the facility is made through existing third party IP routers such as Echelon's SmartServers or Loytec's L-INX Automation Servers.