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OnLogic Unveils CL250 Ultra Small Industrial Edge Computer - Press Release

April 08, 2022

New palm-sized device is among the company's smallest fanless computers, designed for reliable operation in challenging environments.


OnLogic Unveils CL250 Ultra Small Industrial Edge Computer - News

March 31, 2022

OnLogic introduced the CL250 ultra small fanless edge computer. The system, built to power industrial IoT and edge computing applications in challenging environments, joins the company's CL200 Series of industrial computers.


OnLogic Launches Portfolio of Red Hat Certified Industrial PCs - News

March 11, 2022

OnLogic announces the recent Red Hat certification of three industrial PCs for use at the edge of the hybrid cloud.


Grantek Powers Industrial IoT Solutions With OnLogic Computers and Integrated Software - News

December 23, 2021

Global industrial solutions provider, OnLogic announced systems integrator, Grantek is utilizing OnLogic hardware with integrated software to help their clients achieve operational efficiencies and keep pace with the evolving expectations of modern factories, warehouses, and clean energy production sites.


OnLogic's IoT Connect Kit: Designed to Connect Facilities to the Cloud in One Hour - News

November 17, 2021

The Connect Kit was inspired by a recent digital transformation project with a prominent Fortune 500 company. Arlen Nipper, President and CTO of Cirrus Link, connected the company’s production hardware to AWS cloud services in less than an hour utilizing the same combination of OnLogic hardware and Inductive Automation’s Ignition software found in the Connect Kit.


OnLogic Unveils IoT MINI PCs Powered by Intel NUC and AMD  - News

November 09, 2021

OnLogic announced two new additions to their popular ML100 Series of compact fanless computers. The ML100G-53 and ML100G-41 are powered by Intel and AMD.


OnLogic Computers Now Allow Global Cellular Connectivity for IoT Using UROS eSIM Technology - News

October 29, 2021

UROS Connect eSIM technology provides OnLogic industrial computers with cellular connectivity that automatically self-configures to give IoT devices a data connection on a majority of global cellular networks.