Featuring Dell emerging technologies executive and CTO John Jeske and top analyst Israel Gat, IEEE Computer Society will present a free half-day Agile Meets DevOps symposium sponsored by IBM in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, November 12.
E3, together with The Human Pathway Project, have agreed to create a joint venture to establish the sustainable city of the future. E3 and THP will work to establish the footprint of the COF and bring in additional partners to finance and develop the project. E3 will act as key consultant to the project and provide key technology to the project.
Acrosser USA Inc. will attend the iconic APTA EXPO 2014 in Houston, Texas. During the event, Acrosser will display its in-vehicle computer and greet the audience. Acrosser's in-vehicle computer can implement multiple applications include fleet management, GPS tracking, fatigue detection, stock management, and more. Please visit us at booth #1760 for more information!
Gordon Bell, known as "the father of the minicomputer," has been named the recipient of the 2014 IEEE CS Seymour Cray Computer Engineering Award for his work in designing computer systems that significantly changed high-performance computing.
Acnodes' new 1U Rackmount computer, the RMC5025, utilizes the high-performance Intel Corei5 3230M 2.6GHz processor and QM77 Express chipset, delivers high-computational speed for industrial applications.
IEEE Computer Society and AT&T will be holding an #ATTHACK Mobile App Hackathon on September 19-20 in Austin, Texas, in conjunction with the September 24 Rock Stars of Cybersecurity conference in Austin.
Acrosser's in-vehicle PC and embedded system are quality MIT products. Therefore, on the invitation of TAITRA and Taipei Computer Association (TCA), Acrosser's products will be displaying at Guangzhou IT Week and Automechanika in this September, we codially welcome you to mark your calendar and pay us a visit.
All ASUSTOR NAS devices have added support for 15 different external USB optical drives (CD/DVD/Blu-ray). Users can directly drag and drop data on from optical media to specified folders on the NAS, providing convenient file sharing among multiple users and avoiding potential damage to the original disc.
Acnodes' new 1U Rackmount computers, the RMC5015 & RMC5018, delivers increased processing power and I/O performance with and integrated low power Intel Atom D2500 Dual Core 1.86GHz processor. Encased in heavy-duty cold-roller steel housing, both units support one 3.5-inch or two 2.5-inch internal drive bays.