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January 2019

Happy New Year everyone! We hope you were able to take some time off and spend it with your families. Now that the holidays are officially over, it's time to get back into the swing of things. This month we share some updates from December, just in case you missed them. These include a big announcement from Google about Google +, and how some tiny robots could play a big part in the future of healthcare. We also take a look at smart meters.

An intro to Power Over Ethernet (PoE)


Allied Components International has just released a new 10 Gigabit Base-T LAN Filter Module for PoE+ applications. The A10GS-2402PS has a standard operating temperature of 0 degree C to + 70 degree C and is designed to meet IEEE802.3at. With DC Current capabilities of 1.2A and 1500Vrms Isolation Hi-Pot. Ideal for Network Adaptors and Switches, Media Converters, Extenders & NIDS. Samples in stock and available for your next design. Please contact us for pricing details and lead times.

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Google + shutting down earlier after latest bug

Google announced it would be shutting down the consumer version of their social network in August. A recent bug affecting 52.2 million users was just disclosed however, and Google has moved their closure date up to April. People’s names, ages and occupations were exposed, but Google said there is “no evidence” that any third party compromised Google’s systems or misused the data.

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Tiny robots and the future of medical technology


City University of Hong Kong has developed a tiny robot that could improve drug delivery for the human body. This robot's body is only 0.15 millimeters thick and has hundreds of legs which are less than 1 millimeter long. It can function on both dry and wet surfaces, such as the inside of the human body.

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Smart Meters & the Future of Components


As the need for big data increases, so does the need for energy conservation. This is where smart meters come in. Smart meters, also known as Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), have many advantages such as energy conservation, fault detection and remote monitoring. Overall, AMI facilitates the Internet of Things.


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