Category: Hardware

Computing, Hardware, Software & Applications

The Future of Insurance: Claims Automation

May 7, 2018

Via: Aberdeen Essentials

Claims processing is the cornerstone of any insurance business because it is the point at which an insurance company delivers on its commitment to its customers. Oddly enough, claims processing in the modern insurance space remains a manual, inefficient, error-prone […]

Computing, Hardware

Building Better PCBs via “Correct by Construction” Design Principles

May 3, 2018

Via: Aberdeen Essentials

Firms are experiencing increased pressure as design schedules get shorter and delivery deadlines get tighter. Product complexity is increasing, too, as customers demand differentiated, feature-rich products. Often, design errors and problems are found late in the design process or even […]

Computing, Hardware

AMD is already working on advanced Zen 5 processors for the early 2020s

April 10, 2018

Via: Techradar

AMD has already begun work on making processors based on the Zen 5 architecture, which may come as a bit of a surprise seeing as the current Ryzen CPUs represent just the first outing of the Zen architecture. This is […]

Computing, Hardware, Uncategorized

Intel won’t patch some of its older processors against Meltdown and Spectre

April 5, 2018

Via: Techradar

Intel isn’t going to patch some of its older CPUs which are vulnerable to the Meltdown and Spectre flaws, according to a fresh update issued by the company. The first thing to note here is that the processors in question […]

Computing, Hacking, Hardware, Security

Intel to Make Chip With Built-In Spectre & Meltdown Malware Protection

April 3, 2018

Via: WebPro

In January of this year, the revelation of memory-related vulnerabilities known as Spectre and Meltdown rocked the entire computing world—everyone had been sitting on top of a potential landmine for decades that hackers could have taken advantage of. After the […]

Computing, Hardware

Samsung unveils 30.72TB SSD with blazing fast performance

February 26, 2018

Via: GSM Arena

Two years ago, Samsung unveiled a massive 15.36TB SSD and now it has doubled that storage in a single drive – the PM1643. It is a SAS drive with 30.72TB capacity that is built out of the latest V-NAND chips. […]

Computing, Hardware

Details emerge for Intel’s prototype discrete GPUs

February 21, 2018

Via: TechSpot

Intel made headlines in late 2017 after they hired AMD’s Raja Koduri to be their new lead GPU architect. This was followed with information that Intel was planning on developing a line of discrete GPUs. Japanese site PC.Watch has received […]

Computing, Hardware

Are Microsoft’s Surface devices starting to pose a real threat to MacBooks?

February 12, 2018

Via: Techradar

Microsoft has always been keen to promote its Surface range when it comes to comparisons with Apple’s MacBooks, for obvious reasons, but now it appears that users may be coming round to hold this opinion in some measure, as well […]

Computing, Hardware

Google Introduces Low-Priced Preemptible GPUs for Their Customers

January 11, 2018

Via: InfoQ

Google announces the beta release of Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) attached to Preemptible Virtual Machines (VMs) in their cloud Platform. Google Cloud Platform (GCP) customers can now attach NVIDIA K80 and NVIDIA P100 GPUs to Preemptible VMs for respectively 0.22 […]

Computing, Hardware

From domain-driven design to microservices

December 19, 2017

Via: Info World

As many of you may recall, the software design and architecture style known as service-oriented architecture (SOA) emerged in the mid 1990s. Since then, we have discovered better ways to build systems, including advances in cloud-based virtualization, continuous integration and […]