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NetSuite automates stadiums, looks to high-growth markets in Asia Pacific expansion

NetSuite automates stadiums, looks to high-growth markets in Asia Pacific expansion

NetSuite is looking to expand the Asia Pacific region into “high growth” markets and will look to do so by building its partner ecosystem. The Oracle-owned cloud software vendor also hopes to win customers over with an integrated “complete suite” platform that features automation and provides functionality beyond enterprise resource planning (ERP) functionality. Evan Goldberg, …

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Wearable computing market 2021: rapid growth expected in the coming years | Allied Market Research – Asia News

wearable computing market The wearable computing market size is expected to reach $213.55 billion by 2030 from $38.21 billion in 2020, with a compound annual growth rate of 19.40% from 2021 to 2030. PORTLAND, Oregon, US, Sep 29, 2022 / EINPresswire.com/ – “The Wearable Computing Market Research Report published by AMR provides data-driven illustrations tailored …

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Recogni’s & CPO Founder RK Anand on Breakthroughs in ADAS Computing Platforms and Autonomous Driving – Asian News

RK Anand, Founder and Head of Product Division at Recogni recognition Auto 2x Auto2x spoke to RK Anand about Recogni’s computing platform that combines Peta-Op class performance with low power consumption to enable ADAS Level 2+ and autonomy Auto2x finds that high-performance, low-power ADAS-independent Recogni computation has the potential to overcome cognitive processing barriers” – …

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MacBooks vs Windows Laptops: How to Choose? | digital trends

The debate over MacBooks versus Windows laptops has raged for decades, but it’s never been so intense or important. New advances in chip technology are pushing even entry-level MacBooks toward high-performance goals, and a shift away from cheap plastic balances the playing field between these two platforms. Windows 11 and macOS are both intuitive and …

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Intel powers secret computing with Project Amber updates

INTEL INNOVATION 2022 – San Jose, California – Intel announced new hardware and software features for Project Amber, a secret computing service that combines hardware and software to validate and certify data, at this week’s Developer Innovation Summit. The improvements include features to protect data from the time it leaves the system and is in …

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What is Microsoft Azure?

Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing platform, meaning that it is a service that allows customers to use Microsoft-owned cloud-connected servers instead of buying or renting physical servers in a data center or running their own on-site servers. Azure offers a long list of cloud services including data backup, content delivery, and virtual machines. The …

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What the Open Source Software Assurance Act does and what it lacks

Getty Images / istockphoto There is at least one thing Republicans and Democrats in the US Senate can agree on: the importance of open source software. seriously. As US Senator Gary Peters (D-MI) said last week, “Open source software is the bedrock of the digital world.” His partner Rob Portman (R-OH) agreed across the aisle, …

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For the Longest Time: Quantum Computing Engineers Set a New Standard for Silicon Chip Performance

Two milliseconds – or two thousandths of a second – is a very long time in the world of quantum computing. On these time scales, a blink of an eye – a tenth of a second – is like an eternity. Now, a team of researchers at the University of New South Wales in Sydney …

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Physicists at the University of California, San Francisco receive $12.6 million from the Department of Energy for next-generation computing

September 29, 2022 – The first generation of computers used vacuum tubes. Second, transistors and third, integrated circuits. Each new generation has allowed computers to be faster, smaller, and more energy efficient. Now, as the world extends beyond the boundaries of integrated circuits, what does the fourth generation of computing look like? Q-MEEN-C’s research seeks …

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