Showing posts from November 18, 2016

Cost and productivity benefits for animators to leverage the power of Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

At the core of stakes, we have one-stop access to powerful compute, storage and software licenses on GCP. In effect, the release of an expansion of ZYNC Render to support two new host platforms: SideFX Houdini and Maxon Cinema 4Dcan open the cost and productivity benefits for animators to leverage the power of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to bring their projects to life, bringing massive scalability and compute access to the animation industry.

Financial services leading the development of blockchain,

It is now clear that, financial services have led the development of blockchain, and utilities are starting to realize the technology’s potential. In effect, a number of proofs of concept have been launched. The most promising area for blockchain is in P2P trading. According to Technavio, using blockchain for P2P trading provides a flexible and low-cost approach to highly granular transactions that are difficult to replicate in a centralized system and it places consumers at the heart of the smart grid.

Here is where Blockchain is also appealing

I have a pleasure to recall that, Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology that supports P2P trading without the need for a central market function. In effect, while it is most widely known as the infrastructure on which Bitcoin runs, potential use cases are emerging in a number of industries, including utilities. Blockchain is also appealing where there is a need to accelerate transaction times, remove centralized market control, reduce the cost of performing transactions, and ensure trust between different market participants.

Emerging technology can enhance how Businesses monitor and manage their networks and cloud services

It is interesting to see that, Businesses are rapidly adopting cloud services to maximize productivity and corporate performance.  In effect, IT managers face challenges with the ability to monitor and manage public cloud services simultaneously on their networks. emerging technology, such as software defined networking and network functions virtualization, can help provide an end-to-end view of network status and performance while using for instance AWS Direct Connect services.

720x1280 as the Most Used Smartphone Screen Resolution

Screen sizes and screen resolutions are now at the heart of our mobile data-driven with streamlined productivity in mind. In effect, large screen sizes and massive screen resolutions are gaining traction everywhere.
According to a new report, focused on screen sizes and screen resolutions, 1440x2560 (QHD) is now growing at the fastest pace, while 720x1280 is the most used smartphone screen resolution worldwide. 
This quarter’s device data shows that large screen sizes and massive screen resolutions are gaining traction everywhere
For those who are unfamiliar, the DeviceAtlas Mobile Web Intelligence Report analyzes mobile device traffic to hundreds of thousands of websites around the world to show the most used smartphones, screen sizes, screen resolutions, phone makers, and more.