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Time-Sensitive Networking to Fundamentally Change the Way Real-Time Industrial Systems Are Designed

Our world communicates over Ethernet, with incredibly fast 10G and 40G networks leading the way. But this isn’t the case in industrial environments, like manufacturing and electrical power grids, that require deterministic communications for distributed control and measurement. Until recently, … Read more >

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Ascending Technologies Soars Ahead of the Curve with Intel RealSense and you’re Invited to Join!

Science Fiction is full of examples of machines that can scan an object or an area and provide information about what they are looking at to an operator. Now that technology may be closer than ever thanks to new innovations … Read more >

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Intel contributes to US leadership in High Performance Computing

by Alan Gara, exascale chief architect High Performance Computing, the science of aggregating computing power to solve complex science and engineering problems, is a powerful set of emerging technologies with tremendous economic and strategic implications for companies and entire nations. … Read more >

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Three reasons why developers should care about OpenStack

Why should developers care about OpenStack? Does it really affect their work adding features, debugging code, improving performance, generally pleasing their customers? (Or at least making them less pissed off). Sure, cloud computing is a Big Deal. But isn’t the … Read more >

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UX Designer Pete Denman’s Talents Led Him to Stephen Hawking. His Success Shattered Myths and Broke Down Barriers.

When Pete Denman, at age 20, broke his neck in a diving accident that left him paralyzed and in a wheelchair, he knew the event would alter the course of his life. But he couldn’t have imagined that his new … Read more >

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Portugal continues on the successful path towards broadband market deregulation

Portugal continues on the successful path towards broadband market deregulation In its most recent market analysis – just submitted to the European Commission – the Portuguese regulator (ANACOM) decided, based on its assessment of market conditions, the proportionality of obligations … Read more >

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