ScreenBeam’s award-winning wireless collaboration and content sharing solutions transform meeting and learning spaces with native OS wireless display and platform-agnostic support for video conferencing. The flagship ScreenBeam 1100 Plus is a flexible, high-performance wireless presentation and unified communications (UC) platform enabling hybrid meeting spaces. ScreenBeam’s commercial grade wireless display technologyRead More →

November 19, 2021 Cattle such as cows, horses and bison are generally managed as large herds and require large areas of grazing. Although this group-based management has dramatically increased productivity, it makes continuous monitoring of animal health and welfare difficult and difficult. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and Virginia TechRead More →

The Global Carrier Ethernet Access Device Market from 2021 to 2027 research of Market research location provides a comprehensive analysis of an industry, with a fact sheet, market segmentation and other data. The report examines the potential and current market situation for the years 2021-2027, providing statistics and updates onRead More →

The researchers propose the Internet of Bodies, a concept that interconnects devices found in and around the human body through secure human body communication, for applications such as bioauthentication and health monitoring. The Body Internet (IoB) is a network of wearable, implantable, ingestible and injectable smart objects that enables communicationsRead More →

Keysight Technologies announced that the company has worked with Credo to enable Data Center Operators (DCOs) and the respective supply chain to validate the readiness of data center equipment in 800 Gigabit Ethernet environments ( GE) complex. CODs are heading to 800GE to speed up the switching silicon upgrade cycle.Read More →

Quantum computing technology is approaching wide application following research published Nov. 18 in Nature Materials. An international collaboration, including Marina Radulaski, assistant professor in the electrical and computer engineering department at UC Davis, has shown how tiny defects in silicon carbide called color centers could be used to build quantumRead More →