Allxon and Impulse Embedded form distribution partnership
Impulse Embedded has announced the availability of the Allxon software and remote out of band management (OOB) hardware with its embedded and industrial computing portfolio.
Being able to put the Allxon DMS (Device Management Solution) onto any one of its embedded computers, industrial PCs and HMIs, regardless of the underlying architecture, Impulse Embedded said it can reduce management overhead and system downtime for its customers.
AI and tech businesses that rely on edge computing for training and inference or data acquisition and control need a reliable and scalable method of device management, especially in the industrial sector where devices are distributed over large geographical areas or located in harsh and inaccessible environments. The resource required to physically access devices to reboot, reimage or collect data logs is often prohibitive. Deploying the Allxon DMS means that Impulse Embedded customers can safely and securely manage these types of processes, from any web browser anywhere in the world. Moreover, Allxon is an Nvidia Jetson preferred SaaS (software as a supplier) partner with full hardware and software integration.
“It’s with great pleasure that we announce our partnership with Allxon… Allxon DMS bolsters our service and support offerings for our entire customer base,” said Robert Plant, Impulse Embedded sales director.
“We hope to not only ensure the edge AI/IoT industry continues to thrive with our customisable remote edge AI device management solutions, we also hope that with our value added services, we can help and learn with our partners so that we can grow stronger together,” commented Alex Liu, Allxon’s CEO.
Allxon and Impulse Embedded make it possible for customers to gain remote device access on any Arm, x86 or Nvidia edge AI system with remote features.