Showing posts from December 16, 2016

2016 has been a defining year for Augmented Reality (AR)

It is clear that, the technology is still in its infancy and has a long runway ahead before reaching mass adoption; but I have a pleasure to recall that, 2016 has been a defining year for AR as millions of consumers were introduced to Pokemon Go.
On the commercial side, ‘’developers and businesses finally got their hands on coveted headsets like Microsoft's HoloLens," said Jitesh Ubrani, senior research analyst for IDC Mobile Device Trackers.

IEEE P7002™: Standards Project Addressing Data Privacy Processes and Methodologies

At the core of stakes, we have IEEE P7002 TM which defines requirements for a systems/software engineering process for privacy-oriented considerations regarding products, services, and systems utilizing personal data. In effect,IEEE P7002™ is approved as a new standards development project whose purpose is to provide one overall methodological approach that specifies practices to manage privacy issues within the systems/software engineering life cycle processes
I can also recall that, titled “Data Privacy Process,” IEEE P7002 aims to define specific procedures, as well as provide diagrams and checklists, so that users of the standard can perform thorough and accurate conformity assessments of their specific privacy practices.

Three powerful categories of Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) headsets

The emerging Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) headset market is on an exciting curve with more affordable technologies and more OEMs entering the market. For those who are unfamiliar, I can enumerate three powerful categories of headsets: Screenless viewers, such as Samsung's Gear VR; tethered head-mounted displays (HMDs), such as the HTC Vive; and standalone HMDs, such as Microsoft's HoloLens.

The availability of Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10

At the core of stakes, we have new features that increase system-wide scalability, ease infrastructure management, and improve orchestration, while also enhancing network performance and platform security.
I can also observe that, Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 introduces a new software life cycle, with optional support up to 5 years
Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 is built on the enterprise-grade backbone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Integrated with Red Hat’s hardened OpenStack community code, Red Hat OpenStack Platform can provide the agility to scale and more quickly meet demand without compromising availability, performance, or IT security requirements.