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Multicultural Marketing Platform in our ever-connected data-driven era

For those who are unfamiliar, when it comes to Multicultural Marketing Platform in our ever-connected data-driven era, we talk about powerful suite of online software designed for marketers to access consumer groups such as Hispanics, Asians, African, Americans, Millennials, GenZ, LGBT and religious affinity consumer groups. We talk about valuable insights for multicultural marketing campaigns;a wealth of insights gleaned from deep data-science and state-of-the-art visualization.

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a network of devices

Steadily, every industry is renovating its infrastructure by implementing Internet of Thing (IIoT). For those who are unfamiliar, IIoT is a network of devices, such as machines, sensors, controllers, big data analytics, and cloud computing. Such a connection can link analytics with the operations of industrial automation, which could ultimately improve the application designs of the industry.

Ethernet protocol in the producer-consumer services: efficiency of the use of bandwidth and outperform networks

For those who are unfamiliar, in the producer-consumer services, Ethernet protocol supports multiple communication hierarchies and prioritization of messages. These services improve the efficiency of the use of bandwidth and outperform networks. With the infrastructure of Ethernet/IP network, the communication networks can accommodate an unlimited number of devices.

The major reason for the preference for Ethernet/IP in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) automation

Steadily, most manufacturers find Ethernet/IP more advantageous to be connected with automation as it offers a greater bandwidth and is continuously upgraded with technological advancements. The major reason for the preference for Ethernet/IP in IIoT automation is that the latter is highly compatible and has the capability to incorporate CIP (Common Industrial Protocol).

IBM has a long history of innovation in magnetic tape data storage

For those who are unfamiliar, its first commercial tape product, the 726 Magnetic Tape Unit, was announced more than 60 years ago. It used reels of half-inch-wide tape that each had a capacity of about 2 megabytes. The new areal density demonstration represents a potential increase in capacity of 165,000,000 times compared with IBM’s first tape drive product. This announcement reaffirms IBM's ongoing commitment in magnetic tape technology.

IBM has a long history of innovation in magnetic tape data storage

For those who are unfamiliar, its first commercial tape product, the 726 Magnetic Tape Unit, was announced more than 60 years ago. It used reels of half-inch-wide tape that each had a capacity of about 2 megabytes. The new areal density demonstration represents a potential increase in capacity of 165,000,000 times compared with IBM’s first tape drive product. This announcement reaffirms IBM's ongoing commitment in magnetic tape technology.

A drowsiness-control technology for detecting and predicting a person's level of drowsiness

At the core of stakes, we have blinking features and facial expressions; an in-vehicle camera, and processing these signals using artificial intelligence. We have measurement data from the in-vehicle environment, such as heat loss from the driver and illuminance; the ability to predict transitions in the driver's drowsiness level. The ability to combine thermal sensation monitoring function, allowing the driver to stay One can observe that, this technology developed by Panasonic Corporation has made it possible to develop a driver-monitoring system that detects the driver's current level of drowsiness and predicts transitions in the driver's drowsiness based on the in-vehicle environment, as well as a drowsiness-control system that allows the driver to stay comfortably awake. These systems can prevent the driver from falling asleep while driving.