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The two Voyager probes changed how we view science and the Universe.
Today, we are excited to extend intelligent cryptographic processing and data compression to the farthest edge of the network with the launch of our Intel Atomreg; C3000 platform.

Designed for low power, efficient intelligence and scalability for a variety of network and storage workloads, the new Intel Atom C3000 platform is a purpose-built offering for the unique edge requirements of small physical size, very low power, and extreme temperature range.Extends Intelligence to the Network EdgeWith up to 3.4X network performance improvement2 over prior generation (Intel Atom C2000 processor), the new Intel Atom C3000 processor delivers enhanced, efficient performance for the intelligent edge.
It features integrated Intelreg; QuickAssist Technology, delivering up to 20 Gbps of cryptographic processing and data compression offload at the network edge; complementing data centers based on Intelreg; Xeonreg; Scalable processors that support aggregated workload demands with 100 Gbps Intelreg; QAT acceleration. With this significant upgrade in performance and capabilities, now is an ideal time to refresh.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
SoundCore 2 From Ankernbsp;produces outstanding audio from an astonishingly compact speaker. Upgraded 2x 6W drivers blast out rich, clear sound.
IPX5 water-resistant rating and dustproof engineering mean you can bring your beats anywhere - from the garden, to the beach. Upgraded materials provide smooth touch, and better grip. Listen for up to 66ft with latest Bluetooth 4.2 technology, while an in-built microphone makes hands-free calling a breeze.
If you find yourself without BlueTooth, an aux port allows you to plug in and play.

And a 24-hour / 500-song playtime means you can listen all day.

The SoundCore 2 from Anker's typical list price has been reduced 63% to just $33.59.
See this deal on Amazon.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Companies that need to deliver applications quickly and efficiently — and today, what company doesnrsquo;t need to do this?— are turning to Linux containers. What they are also finding is that once they get past the “letrsquo;s see how these container things workrdquo; stage, they are going to end up with a lot of containers running in a lot of different places.Linux container technology is not new, but it has increased in popularity due to factors including the innovative packaging format (now Open Container Initiative (OCI) format) originally invented by Docker, as well as the competitive requirement for continual development and deployment of new applications.
In a May 2016 Forrester study commissioned by Red Hat, 48 percent of respondents said they were already using containers in development, a figure projected to rise to 53 percent this year. Only one-fifth of respondents said that they wouldnrsquo;t leverage containers in development processes in 2017.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Companies that need to deliver applications quickly and efficientlymdash;and today, what company doesnrsquo;t need to do this?— are turning to Linux containers. What they are also finding is that once they get past the “letrsquo;s see how these container things workrdquo; stage, they are going to end up with a lot of containers running in a lot of different places.Linux container technology is not new, but it has increased in popularity due to factors including the innovative packaging format (now Open Container Initiative (OCI) format) originally invented by Docker, as well as the competitive requirement for continual development and deployment of new applications.
In a May 2016 Forrester study commissioned by Red Hat, 48 percent of respondents said they were already using containers in development, a figure projected to rise to 53 percent this year. Only one-fifth of respondents said that they wouldnrsquo;t leverage containers in development processes in 2017.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Federal agency addresses the new world of Alexa, smart cameras and IoT A draft of new IT security measures by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has for the first time pulled privacy into its core text as well as expanded its scope to include the internet of things and smart home technology.…
[LONDON, UK: 17th August 2017] Xceed Group, an IT change consultancy, is delighted to announce its strategic partnership with First Performance Global, a leading financial technology company, to bring an innovative cards engagement platform to the UK, Europe and beyond.The partnership combines First Performance Globalrsquo;s breakthrough platform with Xceed Grouprsquo;s IT change and transformational capabilities, enabling card issuers in the UK and Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) regions to reduce fraud and operational costs,... Source: RealWire
Deception technology is the popular ransomware's latest target.
"He was ordered to come clean and did not come clean."
Smallest Detroit automaker is relying on partners for self-driving tech help.
Aricentrsquo;s strong record of accomplishment in innovation and design recognized in IoT market worth $140 billionSanta Clara, California - August 16, 2017 - Aricent, a global design and engineering company, today announced that for the second year running, the company has been recognized among the leading players in the IoT market by Zinnov.

The Zinnov Zones 2017 IoT Technology Services report classed Aricent in the leadership zone in five major industry categories that underline the... Source: RealWire
In the current environment of increasingly aggressive malicious actors looking to infiltrate systems for monetary gain, protecting customer data remains at the top of every major corporationrsquo;s priority list.

As software companies, we are stewards of that data and must ensure our processes and technology are designed correctly to maintain their trust and comply with the regulations set forth in the countries in which we operatemdash;you can never do enough security.Data privacy rules in the U.S. differ from those in the EU.
In the US, we have a patchwork of legislation to protect customer data and ensure privacy, including the United States Privacy Act, Safe Harbor Act and HIPAA, which most American CIOs are aware of.

The EU, on the contrary, has recently approved centralized, formal rules to apply across its member countries, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which go into effect on May 25, 2018.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here