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Using Ethernet

By Peter, 13/11/2017 - 16:40

Redpark Ethernet Adapters Make it Easy!

Connecting an iPad to ethernet has been difficult in the past. New iPad ethernet adapters from Redpark solve this problem. These adapters connect the iPad to ethernet and power -- and they are instantly recognised by iOS as a native network connection that can be used by any iOS app.

In recent years the only way to connect iPad to ethernet has been to plug together a handful of adapters — a USB camera adapter, a USB hub, a USB ethernet adapter, and an iPad power adapter (plus, of course, a Lightning to USB cable).

By Peter, 15/09/2017 - 14:55

In today’s open offices meeting rooms serve a critical function. Conference room management systems such as Robin and Teem provide a way to book meeting rooms, show schedules and track daily activity using iPhone and iPad. These meeting room booking systems often employ an iPad meeting room display at the door of the conference room.

Use Ethernet to Deliver Both Data and Power to an iPad Meeting Room Display

By Peter, 15/09/2017 - 14:48

Field technicians in many industries have stopped carrying laptops and now use iPhone to conduct all of their field service activity. Companies such as ServiceMax provide apps that run on iPhone and iPad to meet the needs of this growing market.

By Peter, 15/09/2017 - 14:43

iPad has had a massive impact on the point of sale (POS) industry. Companies such as Revel, Shopkeep and Teamwork Retail are some of the solution providers quickly replacing ancient cash registers and POS terminals with modern iPad point of sale systems. These iPad POS systems can accept orders, process payments, track inventory, schedule employees, build customer databases and generate reports.

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