Mitsubishi is the pioneer when it comes to factory automation for application though edge computing. It is rapidly revolutionizing the complete structure and decentralizing edge computing.
Mitsubishi is the elite supplier of all electronic hardware devices which implements edge computing is the ultimate solution.
A brief introduction to the new industrial computer by Mitsubishi.
The new range of industrial computers – the MELIPC series is developed for data computing, edge computing, integration of hardware and software tech and mainly edge computing.
The MELIPC series by Mitsubishi is designed to bring the internet in factories which has not been yet. The computers will later serve the to improve the same implementation after its introduction.
The flagship product of the MELPIC series is the M5000 which is essentially made for combining quick real time equipment control with information processing into one integrated solution.
The industrial pc consist of two operating systems – Vx Works and windows. It enables an exchange of high-speed data due to its link with the CC-Link IE Field Industrial network.
To distributing data, the computer uses edge cross. All the industrial computers by Mitsubishi come with installed windows and other types of software’s that enables the user to employ edge computing and control of equipment.
The MELPIC series is well equipped with edge computing technology and industrial hardware products. The network effectivity has never been a disappointment for its users. This new series has taken these expectations and fulfilled them with the highest integrity.
Mitsubishi electric is the best support system to edge computing and factory automation.
As edge computing becomes more and more decentralized, the elite supplier of electronic hardware for the purpose of application automation – Mitsubishi electric corporation has contributed to the biggest breakthroughs related to edge computing. The new MElLPC series is the ultimate solution for more accurate and speedy edge computing, data computing, remote monitoring, and integration of hardware.