Issue #2003 - 22
August 13, 2003)
Glacier Computer Introduces a
Rugged Computer for Industrial and Warehouse Automation
Glacier Computer, a leading developer of versatile and powerful industrial computer systems for harsh environments, announces that its powerful and rugged M-Station™ mobile computer now operates on Microsoft's Embedded XP platform. This platform allows users to implement a smaller, solid state hard drive, with no moving parts.
The M-Station also operates on DOS, Windows® 2000, and Linux platforms. The M-Station's advanced processor provides optimum performance, allowing applications to run faster and more efficiently. It accepts all wired and wireless network options.
Constructed of cast aluminum housings to withstand the rigors of the harshest environments, including water, humidity, temperature extremes and airborne containments, the M-Station offers a shock-mounted hard drive and a user-friendly,
12" SVGA display for easy viewing in various working conditions.
For easier and cleaner wall-mount installations, the M-Station features an internal AC/DC converter. All systems come equipped with integrated speakers for playing wav files, sounding alarms etc., as well as universal mounting brackets and multiple I/O.
About Glacier Computer
Glacier Computer designs and develops versatile, rugged industrial computer systems for harsh environments in a variety of markets, including LTL crossdock, distribution and warehousing, manufacturing and more. With its in-depth knowledge and experience in the industrial computing arena, Glacier takes pride in its ability to provide quality products and exceptional customer service to meet customers needs.
For more information about Glacier Computer's M-Station or other products, please contact,
MobileInfo Comments and Advisory: Our
initial observation is that the form factor for M-station is quite
attractive for warehouses and industrial plants.
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