Showing posts from August 31, 2016

The new Lenovo Yoga 910 convertible laptop and Yoga Tab 3 Plus Android tablet

Through the line of portability, Lenovo is moving from a declining PC market to quickly adapt to evolving consumer lifestyles, an evolving workplace and digital demands.
Yoga 910 is billed as an ultra-thin convertible laptop at just 14.3mm with Intel’s latest 7th Gen Core i7 processor. The Yoga 910 brings a new 4K or Full HD screen with up to 15.5 hours of battery. Lenovo App Explorer also lets users personalize with popular apps, like Skype®, Facebook® or Netflix®. 
The Yoga Tab 3 Plus offers a10.1-inch 2K display with Technicolor™ Color Enhance, Dolby Atmos® three dimensional sound from four front-facing JBL speakers and four separate viewing modes. 
The Yoga Tab 3 Plus comes equipped with a 9300 mAh smart power management battery offering over 18 hours of battery life3 along with a 24w fast charger. Available on The Yoga 910 starts at €1499 including VAT, available starting in October 2016. The Yoga Tab 3 Plus starts at €299 including VAT, available starting …

The Ultrastar SN150 SSD for VMware environments

At the core of stakes, we have: VMware® Virtual SAN and vSphere, reduced latency, hyperscale-level performance and enhanced Quality of Service (QoS) time to virtualized servers and cloud storage.
Now, Western Digital‘s HGST-branded Ultrastar® SN150 PCI Express (PCIe) NVMe solid state drive (SSD) is certified for use with VMware® Virtual SAN and vSphere. 
The Ultrastar SN150 SSD for VMware environments aims to reduce latency, and to bring hyperscale-level performance and enhanced Quality of Service (QoS) time to virtualized servers and cloud storage. 
According to Western Digital, this can significantly lower the total cost of ownership of VMware storage environments over traditional storage architectures by reducing performance tuning and field support costs. The Ultrastar SN150 can be an ideal option for data center managers building or deploying systems on VMware Virtual SAN or vSphere.

The introduction of the Dell Validated System for Virtualization

At the core of stakes, we have: Adoption of flexible Converged Infrastructure and Virtualized Environments.
It is increasingly interesting to observe that, a growing number of organizations are attracted to the benefits of converged systems, which combine compute, storage and networking components for simply deployed and managed systems.
Dell taps on this momentum by unveiling new Systems and Solutions to Accelerate the Adoption of Converged Infrastructure and Simplify Virtualized Environments from Thin Client to the Cloud.

YI Erida as a full carbon-fiber, tri-copter drone featuring 4K video

With this drone, we have at the core of stakes: the YI 4K Action Camera, carbon smart drone, imaging and vision technology, software and sensors, to make maneuvering smarter, simpler and safer, to name a few. 
Then, one can observe that, YI Erida can reach speeds of 75 miles per hour, features proven imaging and vision technology in an aerodynamic, three-rotor design. 
YI Erida features the YI 4K Action Camerathat combines 4K video recording at 30 fps, with up to 120 minutes of recording time and an integrated, high-resolution touchscreen. It also offers manual IQ parameters for advanced photographers including shutter, exposure value compensation, level sensitivity, metering mode and white balance.

Complete IT resilience and agility from the cloud

The ability to proactively protect the business in all possible circumstances through one elastic, cloud-converged platform is now a game-changer in our ever-connected world where IT organizations face increasing pressure to deliver higher levels of services at lower cost and with fewer resources.
IT departments need real-time capabilities to not only react to hacks and disasters, but to proactively protect the business in all possible circumstances through streamlined technologies.  Fusion 1.5 from Axcientfeatures new cloud orchestration and workflow automation capabilities to drastically simplify and automate the way IT departments ensure continuity and availability for their critical services.
One can observe that, new cloud orchestration and automation features can further dramatically simplify how businesses recover from disasters and outages by enabling users to create pre-written workflows to automate all aspects of the recovery process.

Two Silent Mice to improve your computing experiences in a shared space or at home

Silence is at the core of innovation, productivity, performance and R&D. In our ever-connected world where noises increase in a shared space or at home, The M330 Silent Plus and M220 Silent mice can bring peace in minds. 
One can observe that, these mice provide the traditional click feel, but with over 90 percent noise reduction. 
Both the M330 Silent Plus and M220 Silent can provide a wireless connection up to 33 feet away thanks to a plug-and-forget nano receiver, and the mice work with Windows®, Mac ®, Chrome OS™ or Linux ® -based computers.
The Logitech M330 Silent Plus features a 24-month battery. The Logitech M330 Silent Plus is expected to be available at and in select retail stores in September for $29.99. The M220 Silent Mouse is expected to be available at and in select retail stores in October for $24.99.

Here is why major multinational companies (MNCs) heavily invest in Internet of Things (IoT) and industrial IoT (IIoT)

North America, APAC and Europe are home to major multinational companies (MNCs) that are making significant investments in IoT and industrial IoT(IIoT) in an effort to increase productivity, enable product tracking throughout their life cycle, and to deliver high quality products. 
In effect, currently major and emerging economies are undergoing major technological advances and expansion in the industrial sector. 
This momentum leads to efficient monitoring of their productivity processes to stay in line with competitors worldwide. Achieve high standards of industrial safety and energy efficiency.

Industrial automation and robotics in the wireless sensors technology

For those who are unfamiliar, Industrial automation and robotics employ a variety of wireless sensors such as proximity sensors, range sensors, force sensors, and motion sensors. On this momentum, wireless sensors enable sensing, recognition, and interpretation. 
Many experts in the industry predict now that, as wireless sensors play a significant role in automation, the growth of industrialautomation and robotics is resulting in a rise in demand for wireless sensors worldwide, thereby contributing to the growth of the global implementation of wireless sensor networks in industrial facilities.