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Study reveals North American data centre costs

In conjunction with the Ponemon Institute, Emerson Network Power has released the results of the first Cost to Support Compute Capacity Benchmark Study, the latest report in the Data Center Performance Benchmark Series.
24th August 2016

Atomic gyroscope is the "shrink ray" of the real world

Atomic gyroscope is the "shrink ray" of the real world
Shrink rays may exist only in science fiction, but similar effects are at work in the real world at the NIST. After successfully miniaturising both clocks and magnetometers based on the properties of individual atoms, NIST physicists have now turned to precision gyroscopes, which measure rotation. The NIST team has demonstrated a compact atomic gyroscope design that could, with further development, be portable, low power, and accurate enough to be used for navigation.
24th August 2016

Sponsored teenage skier named an England Dry Slope Ambassador

Sponsored teenage skier named an England Dry Slope Ambassador
  16 year old Nicole Shering, sponsored by Gresham Power, has been selected to become a Snowsport England Dry Slope Ambassador. The role will see Nicole represent Snowsport England at artificial slopes across the country this summer and next winter.
23rd August 2016


Licensing agreement speeds debug and development

A licensing agreement has been announced between UltraSoC and Movidius, under which Movidius will incorporate UltraSoC’s semiconductor IP into its next-generation low-power machine vision Systems-On-Chip (SoCs). Movidius will combine UltraSoC’s monitoring and analytics Intellectual Property (IP) and tools, with its own MoviDebug technology, to create a powerful chip-wide debug and communications infrastructure that will support its end-to end product development flow.
23rd August 2016

Web-based tool introduced to create customised cable assemblies

Web-based tool introduced to create customised cable assemblies
  A new Cable Design Tool has been announced by Pickering Interfaces, a provider of modular signal switching and simulation for electronic test and verification.
23rd August 2016

Light and matter merge in quantum coupling

Light and matter merge in quantum coupling
Rice physicists are closing in on a way to create a condensed matter state in which all the electrons in a material act as one by manipulating them with light and a magnetic field. The effect made possible by a custom-built, finely tuned cavity for THz radiation shows one of the strongest light-matter coupling phenomena ever observed. The work by Rice physicist Junichiro Kono and his colleagues is described in Nature Physics.
23rd August 2016

2016 brings the roomiest humidifier lineup

2016 brings the roomiest humidifier lineup
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioning & Thermal Systems Corporation, a Group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), will commence the launch of eight models on September 1st as part of its 2016 lineup of "roomiest" humidifiers for the Japanese home market. The lineup is to include five fan-powered steam type units and three hybrid evaporative warm-mist models.
23rd August 2016

UK battery sector investigated and explained

UK battery sector investigated and explained
Although many people believe that Thomas Edison is responsible for the first light bulb, it was in fact British chemist Joseph Swan who invented the light bulb. It was Swan who first developed the incandescent bulb and lit his house with electricity. This is one of many great contributions that the UK has made to the field of science and technology, with the industry showing little signs of slowing down.
23rd August 2016

Industry's first ferrite bead impedance calculator

Industry's first ferrite bead impedance calculator
Vishay Intertechnology has announced what it claims to be the industry's first online ferrite bead impedance calculator. Available at www.vishay.com/inductors/ferrite-bead-calculator/, the time-saving online tool makes it simple to find the impedance of Vishay's most popular surface-mount ferrite beads at any given frequency and calculate the effective impedance at the stated frequency with DC bias applied.
23rd August 2016

Biggest telescope meets world's second fastest supercomputer

Biggest telescope meets world's second fastest supercomputer
A prototype part of the software system to manage data from the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope has run on the world's second fastest supercomputer in China. The complete system, currently being designed by an international consortium, will process raw observations of distant stars and galaxies and turn them into a form that can be analysed by astronomers around the world.
22nd August 2016


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