MESSE12: Latest Update from CopperLAN

A quick update from the networking geniuses      22/03/12

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Even I can see the usefulness of this technology. Being able to network all your controllers from (potentially) anywhere in the world is a very big step in the right direction for all programmers. 

CopperLAN have been developing this technology for some time now but are reluctant to enter the hardware market as they would have to compete with all the other programming controller companies out there. They have designed this framework to run with existing hardware and it means that once you have added your controller to the network you can control any other networked device.

 

As per usual more info can be found on their website

 

Rob H


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Wildman    Said...

That really is kool. Exciting times. I love the way Nick casually dropped in the G Force name. LOL.

22-Mar-12 10:26 AM


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