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2007-09-26 Indian firm jumpstarts utility computing service
Indian communication services provider Mahanagar Telephone Nigam has launched what it touts as the world's first utility computing service, which uses a low-cost home computing platform.
2008-08-19 On-demand service caters to design engineers
Aligni has claimed the industry's first on-demand, Web-based parts, components, and inventory management service created specifically for design engineers
2008-08-05 IBM pours $400M on two cloud computing centers
IBM announced a massive expansion of its cloud computing capabilities, spending hundreds of millions of dollars to create two ultra-sophisticated delivery centers that will power the cloud-like computing model that the next era of computing will demand
2009-03-17 Clearing up cloud (computing) issues
There are plenty of meaty technical issues around cloud computing engineers still need to addressthis work will take years
2004-10-05 HP seeks to expand R&D in Puerto Rico
Hewlett-Packard Co. has signed a memorandum with the government of Puerto Rico to explore expanding its R&D presence on the island, possibly establishing a new branch of HP Labs there.
2009-07-10 Platform to provide HPC software to Alatum
Platform Computing will provide virtual machine management and high-performance computing (HPC) software to Alatum, Singapore's cloud computing utility
2012-03-15 Personal cloud to dethrone PCs by 2014
Major trends in client computing have shifted the market away from a focus on personal computers to a broader device perspective that includes smartphones, tablets and other consumer devices
2011-11-10 Designing domain-driven device clouds using Monte Carlo methods
A class of computational algorithms from the Manhattan Project can help you calculate the result of complex processes using random variables in the device cloud.
2008-01-25 Bharti Airtel, IBM fortify partnership with new deal
Aiming to beef up capability across various segments to bring the 'One Airtel' experience, Bharti Airtel has strengthened its existing relationship with IBM with a new deal estimated at $150 million.
2012-02-17 Using OpenFlow protocol to control network flow
Learn why it is important to build the open-source specification OpenFlow into routers, switches, and other devices to realize the benefits of Software-Defined Networks.
2011-05-23 Toshiba acquires Landis+Gyr for $2.3B
Toshiba Corp. announces its acquisition of Landis+Gyr AG. The acquisition aims to accelerate the development of the company's global Smart Community business.
2012-01-02 The lowdown on power line communication
Here's a discussion on power line communication and its segments, applications, and challenges.
2013-02-04 Tackling the challenges of transition to DDR4
Know the key technical challenges designers face in transitioning to DDR4.
2014-11-11 Public-private sector team-up key to smart city success
By 2025, Frost & Sullivan forecasted that there will be more than 26 smart cities featuring at least five of the eight elements, which include smart building, smart infrastructure and smart energy.
2012-04-18 Living with the Internet of Things
The emergence of the Internet of Things has created such a flood of data that only state-of-the-art information technology can gather, filter, order and interrogate the resulting, massive data set, generically called Big Data.
2004-11-11 Fluke's handheld scopes analyze power line quality
Fluke's new instruments pack four channels and let users to simultaneously measure voltage and current on three phases and a neutral in a power line circuit.
2011-01-04 CES 2011 Fearless Forecasts
Tablets, home-networked TVs, hybrid home networks, home automation and Android are among Rick Merritt's top picks in his forecast for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011 in Las Vegas next week.
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