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GLI unveils new mobile app at G2E Gaming Laboratories International raises the bar – again…


or more than 20 years, Gaming Laboratories International, LLC has been the leading company in providing independent testing, inspection and certification services

to the global gaming industry. Since its start with one lab in Toms River, New Jersey, the company has grown to 17 laboratory locations extending across Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America.

At its core, GLI offers independent third-

party evaluation and certification of casino gaming technology, devices and systems in addition to providing network and information security assessments. Today, GLI is the only global organization of its kind to hold U.S. and international accreditations for compliance with ISO/IEC 17025, 17020 and Guide 65 standards for technical competence in the casino gaming industry.

It has been an extremely positive year for GLI in all corners of the globe. The year started off with the company becoming the first lab of its kind authorized to test systems for Peru, and GLI is heading into G2E becoming the first lab to test casino and street market gaming

equipment and perform field inspections for the same devices for Poland.

The company marked another milestone

recently when it, along with TST, A GLI Company, released the world’s first global interactive gaming standard, “GLI-19,” establishing the industry’s first global iGaming regulatory guidelines. GLI-19 is a technical standard based on an extensive review of several key interactive gaming jurisdictions which have experienced great success in regulating the inherently complex systems associated with iGaming. GLI-19 is the culmination of more than a year’s worth of in-depth consultation with iGaming regulators, software developers and operators from around the world. GLI and TST were the lead in compiling GLI-19, and the consortium of seasoned regulators, suppliers and operators provided valuable assistance in comment and review.

At G2E, GLI will be in booth #4431 discussing GLI Mobile, its newest addition to its extensive line of exclusive tools for regulators and suppliers. GLI Mobile is a new downloadable app that allows clients to take the lab with them anywhere, right on their

mobile phone or tablet. GLI Mobile is the fast and easy way for regulators and suppliers to log into GLI’s global database, GLIAccess, all at the speed of download, and all the palm of a hand. GLI Mobile gives users 24/7 access to the lab in a highly secure and password-protected environment. GLI Mobile also sends important notifications by email and gives the user real- time tracking and project management.

Other GLI exclusive tools include GLI Verify, a hand-held tool for regulators, used to verify devices and systems on the casino floor; Ask GLI, a direct Q&A link to the lab; GLI Link, which enables remote testing of devices and systems; and Point.Click.Transfer. that allows suppliers to quickly and easily transfer previously certified products into jurisdictions around the world.

GLI will also be discussing its world-famous

Regulators Roundtable, part of its GLI University training program. The South American Roundtable takes place November 8, 2011, in Buenos Aires, and the North American Roundtable takes place March 7-8, 2012, in Las Vegas, and the European Roundtable, staged in May 2012 in Budapest.

Advantech-Innocore at G2E New boards and more launched at G2E for the gaming market


dvantech-Innocore has announced the global launch of the latest addition to the DPX-E-series (Economy), the DPX-E120. Based on the AMD G-series embedded

platform (‘Fusion’) the DPX-E120 is a complete industrial computer system that offers good performance and very low power consumption. As with all DPX products, a full feature set of I/O, COMs and security designed specifically for gaming devices is also included making the DPX-E120 an ideal integrated platform for many gaming, amusement and kiosk applications. The overall system offers a fanless solution and the gaming functions share the same API as Innocore’s other DPX- series boards. CPU choice ranges from1.65GHz Dual core to 1.5GHz Single core. The advanced AMD Radeon HD6130 Direct X 11, Open GL

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4.1 provides integrated high performance graphics for two independent displays.

Having received a ’15 year loyal exhibitor

award’ in 2010, 2011 will be the first time after the acquisition in 2010 a fully Advantech- Innocore branded booth can be seen during G2E. Located at booth no. 4021, in addition to the well known DPX-series of dedicated gaming boards and systems, a wide range of Advantech standard industrial PC products will be on display at the upcoming trade show in Las Vegas.

The new AIMB-223 is an AMD Mobile G-

series (‘e-Ontario’) based Dual Core/Single Core Mini-ITX with VGA/LVDS/HDMI, 6 COM and Dual LAN

Also on show is the new AIMB 272 an Intel

With this wide range of state-of-the-art industrial PC products, Advantech-Innocore is demonstrating the leading position in the industry.

‘Sandy Bridge’ based Core™ i7/i5/i3/Celeron uFC-PGA988 Mini-ITX with VGA/DVI/HDMI/LVDS, 6 COM, Dual LAN, PCIe x16.

Furthermore Advantech is showing Industrial

system and board-level solutions based on Intel Sandy Bridge and Cedar Trail multi-core processors as well as AMD Turion II/ Athlon x2 and G-Series CPUs, hospitality and digital signage solutions up to 42 inch screen size and Portable and handheld battery-powered terminals and tablets.

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