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Designing and simulating electronic circuits: the real value of Autodesk.

More than ever Autodesk is committed to expand its offering of technology for electronic circuit design and simulation. Well known and appreciated as an architect to digital artists, Autodesk also works with a large community of electronics-focused users, with about 2000 Instructables leveraging Arduino and circuitry-based projects on recalls that, the rise in affordable, programmable microprocessors like the Arduino, paired with components like sensors and input/output boards, are creating new opportunity for gadget makers and inventors. Henceforth with the acquisition of technology and the development team of, a web-based app and connected community for designing and simulating electronic circuits, Autodesk looks forward to develop new tools to help users unlock their

Intel Cloud Builder : here is, five-step guide that can help virtualized organizations launch a self-service cloud.

As an organization or a company, this is essential to keep in mind that; the private cloud can offer the benefits of speed, agility and efficiency while keeping control over proprietary workloads. Based on this reality, has captured the following five-step guide that can help virtualized organizations launch a self-service cloud: 1.Formulate a strategy: Obtain support from management by getting clear about desired benefits, approach and expected return on investment. Be sure to: Define all implementation phases, including incremental goals for delivering services.Identify the workloads that would move to the cloud.Define the components of IaaS, PaaS and SaaS, as well as security and disaster recovery.Discuss how users will access the cloud and how that will be integrated with mobile strategy.Determine how the cloud will be maintained and monitored.Make clear how IT will partner with business units to provide meaningful

Systèmes embarqués connectés pour Automobiles: ce que valent réellement Google et Apple.

Notre périple au CES 2014, nous permet de découvrir et de partager avec vous progressivement ce qu’il y’a d’excitant dans la tendance internet des objets. Montres, automobiles, frigos, clôtures, capteurs de fumée, de chaleur etc. Les plus optimistes pensent que l’essentiel de nos objets du quotidien sera connecté dans un proche avenir. Le but reste le même : les conditions de vie améliorées et simplifiées pour chaque individu là où il se trouve. Google joue aussi sa partition en s’appuyant entre autres sur ce qui fait sa force : Android. L'Open Automotive Alliance annoncée au CES 2014 qui réunit Google, Audi, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai et Nvidia rentre dans sa stratégie. Il s’agit pour Google non seulement de sortir Android de l'univers des smartphones et des tablettes, mais surtout en faire un système incontournable dans tous les domaines. Pour notre étude de cas le monde de l’automobile est ciblé. Le but de l’alliance : accélérer la standardisation de systèmes embarqués …

The Impact of Network Speed on Emotional Engagement and Brand Perception.

New research revealing that network speed deeply impacts consumers at every phase of the transaction process. With this finding, everyone is unanimous: network speed deeply impacts consumers at every phase of the transaction process particularly users of mobile devices. has captured a Radware Study which shows strong correlation between slow network speed and brand

Internet of things : ce que vaut Intel en début 2014.

La tendancede l’internet des objets est bien là : l’ignorer ou rater le train de départ est simplement regrettable. Les enjeux sont énormes ; ce qu’on attend à présent ce sont des solutions efficientes. Beaucoup de solutions sont déjà disponibles et d’autres en développement voir en phase test. Notre intérêt pour le CES 2014, nous permet de découvrir comment Intel s’y déploie, lui dont le cœur de métier le

MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical systems): here is why ATIC and EDB, fund Collaborative Research Projects.

Develop solutions aimed at the mobility, automotive, healthcare and aerospace is and will be lucrative. However, the real challenge remains the balance between relevant solutions and timing. At, the Advanced Technology Investment Company (ATIC) and the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), the commitment is total. Henceforth, their international partnership will create the Abu Dhabi – Singapore Twin Lab. The Twin Lab will focus on MEMS(micro-electro-mechanical systems) research and development for next generation products for customers that are developing solutions aimed at the mobility, automotive, healthcare, aerospace and  consumer

Advanced Technology Investment: ce que vaut Abou Dhabi.

Nous parlons des ‘’galettes ‘’ de silicium, utilisées dans la confection des semi-conducteurs. Si ailleurs, on parle de malédiction du pétrole à Abou Dhabi, il s’agit de l’intelligence du pétrole. L’émirat progressivement démontre sa capacité à comprendre les enjeux du futur et investit là où cet avenir se confectionne : l'industrie, la recherche et développement et les nouvelles technologies. Dans cette dynamique, ATIC (AdvancedTechnology Investment Company) devrait investir 10 milliards de dollars dans GlobalFoundries afin de produire des puces 20 et

Techfundings: Amprius, Good Technology and Vidible can now to focus on business development.

If unfamiliar, recalls that, this rubric is intended to help organizations, and investors to live in real-time what happens in the startups world; in terms of fundings, acquisitions, strategic alliances and more. Regarding the emerging countries, and startups, this is an instrument for them to discover which Venture Capital or Business angel can fund their projects.
Amprius ( Founded in 2008, Sunnyvale, CA-based energy storage technology startup), has raised $30 million in a Series C funding led by SAIF Partners with participation from pervious investors Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Trident Capital, VantagePoint Capital Partners, IPV Capital, Chinergy Capital, and Innovation Endeavors. recalls that, Amprius creates batteries for consumer electronics with a much higher energy density potential by using silicon to replace carbon in lithium-ion battery electrodes. Amprius has raised over $55 million