JBlade Java Embedded IPMI library for sensor reading and embedded systems control

Hank Bruning from JBlade contacted me about their cool JBlade Hemi library offering that will work with Java Embedded. It's a pure Java Embedded library that uses the IPMI standard to read sensors (like temperature sensors) to control embedded systems (such as your CPUs, Fans, lights and BIOS parameters).

See:

JBlade Hemi

Here is a JBlade survey from Hank about taking temperature readings by embedded devices. If you have time before 31Jan2013, please take this survey to help JBlade learn more about your sensor needs:

JBlade Temperature Reading Survey

And, of course let us know at Oracle about your Java Embedded needs to create cool Java libraries like this one, or if there are other libraries you'd like to see in the future for embedded systems design.

Comments:

Wow, lots of interest in rPi.
I thought that JBlade was the only company intrested in rPi and IPMI
I'm attending the Open Compute Project (Jan 16) that builds hardware for Data Centers and was happy to find that rPi is sponser ! Look at the bottom of the page

Add the http prefix to these links. The post software will not let me.
web.....opencompute.org/ocp-2013-summit-sponsors/
If anyone is going to be there with rPi and wants IPMI sensors, send word. They have a hackathon
web.....opencompute.org/2012/12/05/ocp-hardware-hack/
but I need some rPi people to work with.
Hank Bruning
hank@jblade.com

Posted by guest on January 10, 2013 at 06:11 PM PST #

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