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EtherSync 8 port The ideal USB hub for remote access and testing

How to test 64 USB devices over a network

In part two of 4 ways to survive in a testing environment we looked at how you can locally test 64 low powered devices simultaneously – The Syncpad54 was the obvious choice here, but how does this change if we need to test higher powered devices over a network? Lets take a look… Testing Option #2 […]

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Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II

ThunderSync16 – Increase productivity by 1,500%!

So, how can you work smarter, faster and improve productivity by 1,500%? It’s a very good question and Cambrionix are pleased to announce that we have come up with the answer – ThunderSync16! Thunderbolt Technology As technology continues to rapidly advance, Cambrionix’s mission is to innovate and excel by developing new products to using the very latest […]

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Mobile Devices in Retail create a new user experience

Mobile Devices in Retail – 5 key factors to take into consideration

Mobile Devices in Retail Online retail sales in the UK this year are expected to exceed £60 billion, up nearly 15% on 2015. Retailers are continuing to come under pressure, looking for new ways to attract customers to their physical stores. Retailers are starting to embrace a joined up thinking between their online and store […]

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What is Thunderbolt?

We all know that Apple like to be a bit different: think lightning connector vs the standard micro USB. Apple describe Thunderbolt™ as being a “revolutionary I/O (input/output) technology that supports high-resolution displays and high-performance data devices through a single, compact port”.  It started life as “Light Peak”, a technology developed by Apple and Intel […]

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Apple MFi

We’re Apple MFi Licence Holders!

Cambrionix is an Apple Made for iPod®, iPhone® and iPad® (MFi) license holder.  This means that we have access to the relevant technical information and Apple specific components. So we have access to both the iPod Accessory protocol specification and the communication protocol which is used to interact with the iPod, iPhone, and iPad. This […]

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cutting the cable to make way for wireless charging

USB Wins Again!

Google has backtracked on wireless charging, opting once more to have their phones charged through the more traditional wires.  This decision was made primarily because of USB Type-C.  USB Type-C is the latest iteration of the USB cable and is designed to be better and more powerful than previous versions.  The connector itself is small […]

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