Organizations Unprepared to Tackle Next Wave of Technology Trends2014-05-22 Author: Dayna Fried From: IBM Newsroom Less than ten percent of organizations say their existing IT infrastructure is fully prepared to address the proliferation of mobile devices, social media, data analytics and cloud computing, according to preliminary findings released by IBM
Smaller Microchips Keep their Cool2014-05-09 Author: Fraunhofer IMS From: Scientific Computing Temperatures often over 200 degrees C occur in geothermal and oil production — conventional microelectronics hit their limits there. Researchers have now fabricated compact microchips that can keep their cool even at 300 degrees C.
Information storage for the next generation of plastic computers2014-04-30 Author: Gary Galluzzo From: University Communication and Marketing Inexpensive computers, cell phones and other systems that substitute flexible plastic for silicon chips may be one step closer to reality, thanks to research published on April 16 in the journal Nature Communications.
Gas Technology: Digital Age management2014-04-28 Author: Gas Technology From: Control Engineering With tools such as digital loggers and wireless communications, systems operators can get an accurate picture of plant energy usage patterns.
Choosing the right cabling option2014-04-25 Author: Uwe Schenk From: ECN Renewable energy industry reports suggest that more than 60% of all future power capacity will come from renewable technologies, only 25% will be in the form of gas or oil, with the remainder being nuclear.
Progress made in developing nanoscale electronics2014-04-24 Author: University of Rochester From: ScienceDaily Scientists are facing a number of barriers as they try to develop circuits that are microscopic in size, including how to reliably control the current that flows through a circuit that is the width of a single molecule.
Researchers bolster development of programmable quantum computers2014-04-21 Author: Steve Koppes, University of Chicago From: EurekAlert! University of Chicago researchers and their colleagues at University College London have performed a proof-of-concept experiment that will aid the future development of programmable quantum computers.
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