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2- or 4-Port PC/104-Plus CAN I/O Module Diamond Systems Corporation (Mountain View, U.S.A.) Dec. 18, 2015Diamond Systems Corporation unveiled the Janus-MM-4LP family of CANbus 2.0 I/O modules. These rugged I/O modules offer 2 or 4 CAN ports and are availa more...
How to select couplings2015-12-07 Author: Engineer of ASA From: ASA Electronics Industry Co. Ltd. Couplings that connect two shafts have a vast range of applications. How to select couplings? It depends on the way in which the coupling will be used. ASA Electronics Industry Co. Ltd. release the introduction about Selection of Couplings for reference. Hyperlink to Original Source
WHAT COUNTS WHEN BUYING TV?2014-06-25 Author: Riddhi Patel From: DisplaySearch According to the NPD DisplaySearch 2014 Global TV Replacement Study, picture quality is the most important feature for consumers in mature markets making an upcoming replacement TV purchase, with an importance index of 148. Hyperlink to Original Source
Why Big Data has to become Smart Data2014-06-08 Author: Ulrich Eberl From: Siemens AG According to analysts from International Data Corporation, the digital data mountain is expected to grow forty to fifty-fold between 2010 and 2020, to 40 zettabytes. A zettabyte has 21 zeros. To put it another way, six terabytes of data will be stored for each of the world’s inhabitants in 2020. This corresponds to the amount of text contained in three million books per person! Hyperlink to Original Source
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. Hyperlink to Original Source
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