Dataprobe News:

iBoot Cloud Service – Upgrade and Maintenance

Published on March 13, 2017

iBoot, Product News

  iBoot Cloud Service Upgrade Notification Important Maintenance and Upgrade Schedule Dataprobe has been working hard on the next generation of cloud managed power and is pleased to announce that a major upgrade will be occurring. This next version on the cloud will offer exciting new features, additional stability and more importantly, a path to even better things in the…

New Video: iBoot-PoE

Published on March 2, 2017

iBoot, Product News

iBoot-PoE Intro Video

Check out our latest video. This one provides a great overview of the iBoot-PoE. Learn how easy it is to minimize downtime in PoE installations. iBoot-PoE brings all the benefits of Automatic and Cloud Controlled reboot to your PoE cameras, access points, security systems and all PoE plus devices. This Gigabit Ethernet PoE Extender supports up to 25.5 Watts of…

Dataprobe Debuts PoE Solution at ISC-West

Published on February 6, 2017

About Dataprobe, iBoot, Product News

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Dataprobe will be exhibiting at ISC-West in Las Vegas, April 5-7. We will be featuring our newest product iBoot-PoE, the solution for minimizing downtime in Power over Ethernet applications. Find us at Booth 34103 Find out more about iBoot-PoE See the iBoot-PoE press release

Minimize Downtime for PoE Systems

Published on January 25, 2017

iBoot, Product News

iBoot-PoE Applications

Dataprobe Improves Network Reliability for Power Over Ethernet Systems iBoot-PoE benefits security systems, access points and all PoE devices with automatic and cloud controlled reboot. Allendale, NJ; January 25, 2017 — Dataprobe announces the release of the newest product in the iBoot® family of remote power control systems dedicated to improving network reliability. The iBoot-PoE brings automatic monitoring and reboot…

Out with the Old, In with the New

Published on October 7, 2016

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This is the iBoot that started it all.

All good things must come to pass…. The great grand-daddy of all iBoots, the one that started it all is finally ready for retirement. We are phasing out the original iBoot (1410017). This is the product that launched 150,000 ships, that established the IP reboot market space and the first product ever to use what is now universally known as…

Early Warning System Relies on
Dataprobe Product Integration

Early Warning System uses iPIO and iBoots to distribute important information to where it is needed

Dataprobe was challenged to provide distribution of an early warning system to a multi-campus environment. Instead of placing a lighting warning system in each building, the owner wanted to use a single lightning detection system, and have that notification reach every building in the factory campus. Dataprobe’s solution was to take the contact closure output of the lightning detector into…

Is 5 Nines Enough? – Major Networks Think not.

Published on June 1, 2016

Costs of Downtime, Industry News

As reported in Light Reading, US telecom giant CenturyLink is aiming to improve its offering by guaranteeing customers “six nines” reliability rather than the “five nines” that has traditionally featured in telco service level agreements (SLAs). James Feger, CenturyLink’s vice president of network strategy and development says “There are customers that exist across the world where a one-minute outage is…

Minimizing Downtime in Unattended Parking Systems

Don't let downtime ruin your image and profit

Automated parking systems offer great advantages to the operator and driver alike.  That is when they are working properly.  There is nothing more frustrating than angry customers angry  because their parking system is non-functional. Having to roll a truck for  a service call is a big waste of time and expense.  Especially when 80% of these failures can be handled with…

Truck Roll Not an Option for Undersea Data Center

Published on February 1, 2016

Costs of Downtime, Unique Applications

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Microsoft’s Project Natick aims to put data centers underwater, where they will be close to population centers and benefit from water cooling and be powered by tidal energy. When critical sites become ever more remote and inaccessible, the cost of site visits becomes ever higher and borders on impossible.  Maybe you don’t have underwater facilities, but you could definitely benefit from…