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'Connected Home' Key to Intel's Lantiq Deal

'Connected Home' Key to Intel's Lantiq Deal | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Intel has formed a freshly minted Connected Home Division, which will become a home for Lantiq's employees and those who are currently working at Intel's Service Provider Division.
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“At Intel, we have a lot of different pieces that make IoT come to life at home,” said Greg Bryant. (Intel’s corporate vice president in the Client Computing Group and general manager of desktop client platforms.)  Bryant sees the home gateway as “the heart of the new connected home.” The new group, he said, holds the key to “making everything smart and connected,” by transferring broadband routers into “smart gateways” for a number of devices.

Dan Artusi (former CEO of Lantiq) added, “As broadband takes a center stage, we will have the most complete technology/product portfolio — ranging from cable to DSL, fiber and LTE — for our customers, including OEMs, service providers and consumers.”

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Intel Chairman Andy Bryant: Don’t Just Check Off Career Boxes

Intel Chairman Andy Bryant: Don’t Just Check Off Career Boxes | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
The chairman of Intel says people are successful when they have jobs in which they are intellectually and emotionally engaged.
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Andy says: “The thing I learned is that if you’re not doing the job you want to do, it will reflect on your performance. You’re better off to take a job you’re excited about than to do the one you think somebody wants you to do.” People are successful when they’re intellectually and emotionally engaged as opposed to when they’re checking the box."

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AMD reports 1st-quarter loss, misses expectations, shares dip in late trade

AMD reports 1st-quarter loss, misses expectations, shares dip in late trade | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. on Thursday reported a loss of $180 million in its first quarter.
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AMD posted revenue of $1.03 billion in the period, missing forecasts, analysts expected $1.05 billion.  -  A year ago the company lost $20 million, or 3 cents per share, on revenue of $1.4 billion.  -  Looking ahead, AMD said it expects revenue in the current quarter to be flat to down by up to 6 percent sequentially. Analysts surveyed by FactSet expect $1.13 billion, which would represent growth of 10 percent from the quarter ended in March.  -  Shares of the company slid 10 percent, or 30 cents, to $2.57 in extended trading. A year ago, they were trading at $3.76

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Jawbone Reveals UP4 Tracker With Mobile Payment Support

Jawbone Reveals UP4 Tracker With Mobile Payment Support | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Charge your AmEx with the flick of a wrist using the UP4; Jawbone also introduced the UP2 sans mobile payments.
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With the UP4, users can tap to pay anywhere Amex contactless payments are accepted. "We believe this unique technology will delight our active, digitally savvy card members in a powerful way and drive a new type of engagement at hundreds of thousands of merchant locations nationwide," said Leslie Berland, EVP of Digital Partnerships and Development at American Express.  -  Expected to launch this summer for $199.99, the Jawbone UP4 features the same slim design and multi-sensor platform of its predecessor, but adds advanced sleep and activity tracking and heart monitoring. It also includes Jawbone's UP app and Smart Coach system. 

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Huawei P8 specs, features, and price announced

Huawei P8 specs, features, and price announced | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
At its light-themed event in London today, Huawei introduced its newest flagship creation, the P8.

The Huawei P8 (the “Ascend”branding has been dropped) is a 5.2-inch Full HD device that impresses through its sleek metallic design and intriguing camera features. The device follows the well-received Ascend P7 from last year, a phone that we appreciated for its design, great display, and powerful front camera. It remains to be seen whether the P8 remedies the issues we highlighted in our review,
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The Huawei P8 will run you ~$530, the Max model around $581.   

Specs of the Huawei P8 include a Kirin 930 processor (made by Huawei), featuring eight 64-bit cores in a big.LITTLE arrangement, four Cortex A53 cores at 2GHz and four Cortex A53 at 1.5GHz. 3GB of RAM and storage space starting from 16GB (expandable) complete what should be a decent experience.  -  Huawei managed to cram a 2,680 mAh battery in the 144.9 mm x 71.8 mm x 6.4 mm body (144 grams) and – impressively – the camera on the back doesn’t stick out like it does on many high-end devices these days. Speaking of which, you get a 13MP rear camera with optical image stabilization and a dual-LED flash, while the front shooter is a 8MP unit. Huawei is promising some intriguing software features for the camera, including a “light painting” mode that lets you record light graffiti, a “movie director” mode, a time lapse mode, and the obligatory beautification features. Technical tidbits include a image processor that Huawei claims rivals DSLR offerings, as well as a “world’s first” four-color 13MP image sensor.

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Case Against Google May Be Undercut by Rapid Shifts in Tech

Case Against Google May Be Undercut by Rapid Shifts in Tech | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
As the antitrust case against Microsoft showed, the giants that look most unbeatable can falter in ways that have nothing to do with the actions of government regulators.
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The similarities in the cases against Microsoft and Google are striking. MSFT once had a dominant position in the worldwide market for computer operating systems: Windows was installed on nearly 90% of desktop computers. Google’s current position in the market for web search engines looks similarly unbeatable: The company claims 90% of searches in Europe.  -  In 1999, a federal judge ruled that Microsoft had abused its operating system monopoly by pushing users into some of its other products, especially its web browser, Internet Explorer. The court found many instances of unfair competition against Intel, Apple, IBM and Netscape. Among other bits of mischief, Microsoft blocked Netscape Navigator, then the dominant browser, from getting crucial technical hooks into Windows.

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Domino.IO Offers An Open Hardware WiFi Platform For IoT Projects

Domino.IO Offers An Open Hardware WiFi Platform For IoT Projects | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
A new Internet of Things open hardware low-cost, high-performance 802.11 bgn WiFi platform has been unveiled this week in the form of Domino.IO
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A new Internet of Things open hardware low-cost, high-performance 802.11 bgn WiFi platform has been unveiled this week in the form of Domino.IO. -  Domino.IO is a 802.11n WiFi module based on Qualcomm/Atheros AR9331 WiSoC and has been designed to provide a surface-mountable single-sided WiFi-enabled Linux module.  -  The creators of Domino.IO based in Hong Kong explain that their tiny board featuring the lowest power consumption in the industry. The Domino core module only requires a single 3.3 V power supply, and features a maximum power consumption of only 0.5W only.

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IoT drives Intel revenues

IoT drives Intel revenues | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Intel made more than half a billion dollars from the “internet of things” in the last quarter, the latest sign that the heavily hyped market is starting to become a significant revenue driver for tech companies. Breaking out sales for the first time
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Breaking out sales for the first time from what Intel calls “embedded” systems in retail, transport, industrial and domestic products, the chipmaker said that the $533m from connected devices helped to offset “lower than expected demand” for business desktop PCs in the first quarter of 2015.  Total revenues were flat at $12.8bn in the three months ending in March, with net income up 3 per cent to $2bn and earnings per share 8 per cent higher than a year ago at 41 cents, all broadly in line with market expectations.  -  “These results reinforce the importance of continuing to execute our growth strategy,” said Brian Krzanich, Intel’s chief executive.

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What Does Google Suddenly See In Enterprise Security?

What Does Google Suddenly See In Enterprise Security? | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Google Ventures keeps taking interesting approaches with its investments.
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Because, it turns out, enterprise security is a really big deal, according to Google Ventures partner Karim Faris. Faris has been hammering this enterprise security theme for several years now, leading Google to invest in ThreatStream, Ionic Security, Shape Security, and Duo Security, a 2FA company that now has over 5,000 customers, including Box, Facebook, NASA, Toyota, and Twitter.  -  This focus on security—particularly things like 2FA that make it somewhat simple for end-users—is critical. (2FA typically requires a user to log in with both a password and a secondary authorization code, often delivered via text message or a small electronic gadget.) Studies, like this one from Aruba Networks, keep showing that enterprise users mostly don't care about securing enterprise data.

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Altera Joins Industrial Internet Consortium to Influence Global Ecosystem for Internet of Things

Altera Joins Industrial Internet Consortium to Influence Global Ecosystem for Internet of Things | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
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About Industrial Internet Consortium:  The Industrial Internet Consortium is an open membership organization, with more than 150 members to date, formed to accelerate the development, adoption and widespread use of interconnected machines and devices, intelligent analytics, and people at work. Founded by AT&T, Cisco, General Electric, IBM and Intel in March 2014, the Industrial Internet Consortium catalyzes and coordinates the priorities and enabling technologies of the Industrial Internet. -  Altera FPGA, SoC and power products already play a significant role in enabling connectivity in RF wireless systems and machine-to-machine communication networks. In addition, programmable logic is applied extensively in factory automation and smart grid applications, supporting high-performance control and analytics that enhance the efficiency, safety, and security in advanced manufacturing and power systems. FPGAs are also being deployed in next-generation automotive and medical IoT systems, and in smart city applications, such as intelligent lighting and traffic management systems that incorporate high-performance embedded vision and video analytics capabilities.

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LFoundry and Scannano to Offer Disruptive MEMS Pressure Sensors

LFoundry and Scannano to Offer Disruptive MEMS Pressure Sensors | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Scannano and LFoundry today announced a strategic long term relationship to apply Scannano’s disruptive NANO technologies to a wide spectrum of
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Applications for the new pressure sensors are widespread and include over 100 devices in a wide range of automotive and industrial products. Monolithic integration onto a single chip enables state-of-the-art designs using standard CMOS processes. Automotive applications can include safety systems such as crash detection and tyre pressures and power train devices such as manifold and turbo air pressures. Industrial applications can include gas flows, level meters, altitude compensation systems and weather stations


By using Scannono’s Deep Vacuum Gap (DVG) and micro-membrane nano-technologies, the new pressure sensors will offer unmatched levels of high accuracy and miniaturization with lower power consumption and multi-functionality. As a result, the new devices can be fabricated together with “application-specific integrated circuits (ASIC)” on the same chip using standard CMOS processes.


The DVG process will be used to create a tiny vacuum gap with very high accuracy of approx. 1nm. The gap will then be combined with a sensing membrane to measure pressures exerted on the membrane. Because the deformation occurs in the range of a few nanometers, a high degree of accuracy can be achieved in a single nano-dimensional device. Furthermore, because of its low power requirement, it can be integrated with other devices on the same chip.

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Amazon’s Internet of Shopping will stock your fridge?

Amazon’s Internet of Shopping will stock your fridge? | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Future of computing looks like this when about consumption and little else
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We have yet to reach the Internet of Things tipping point, but that image of the self-replenishing fridge came a step closer courtesy of, who else, Amazon, which has just gone and built just such a “shopping solution”, but without going to the trouble of building a fridge.  -  On March 31st, they announced the Amazon Dash Button, a cute little wifi-connected gizmo that “comes with a reusable adhesive and a hook so you can hang, stick, or place it right where you need it”, according to the promotional blurb. “Keep Dash Button handy in the kitchen, bath, laundry, or anywhere you store your favourite products. When you’re running low, simply press Dash Button, and Amazon quickly delivers household favourites so you can skip the last-minute trip to the store.”  -  Of course, for Amazon, encouraging people to “skip the last-minute trip to the store” represents the future of their business, not unlike the way they so adroitly encouraged people to skip that leisurely trip browsing in book shops back when it was quaintly just an online bookseller. The Dash Button, it’s clear, is “1-Click ordering” made flesh, the physical manifestation of Jeff Bezos’s most ingenious, and lucrative, idea.

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Novatel buys Oregon IoT firm for $25 million

Novatel buys Oregon IoT firm for $25 million | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Acquisition of Feeney Wireless to boost San Diego MiFi maker's IoT reach
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MiFi maker Novatel Wireless has acquired family-owned Internet of Things technology provider Feeney Wireless for $25 million in stock and cash – furthering the San Diego company’s strategy of bulking up though acquisitions.  -  Founded in 1999, Feeney Wireless has 1,000 customers and 220,000 connected Internet of Things devices deployed. They range from digital signs to vending machines. Customers include Dr. Scholl’s, which uses automated kiosks in retail stores to take measurements for shoe inserts.  Feeney is expected to generate $38 million in revenue this year, said Michael Newman, Novatel’s chief financial officer. 

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Google to punish mobile-unfriendly sites

Google to punish mobile-unfriendly sites | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Experts warn of a "Mobile-geddon" as the online titan prepares to change the way its search engine ranks websites on mobile devices. Businesses failing to go mobile-friendly could face extinction.
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Google has the power to make or break businesses. Even the slightest tweak to its complex algorithm can catapult a company to instant Internet stardom, or forever banish it to the bottomless pit of irrelevance.  -  As the online giant gets ready to roll out the latest modification to its secret search formula, "mobile-unfriendly" businesses should be shaking in their boots - or work through the weekend to get with Google's program.  -  They have until Tuesday, when the world's leading search engine will begin ranking sites according to their "mobile-friendliness."

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Intel's Investing Heavily in the Internet of Things

Intel's Investing Heavily in the Internet of Things | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) recently started breaking out revenue and operating profit for its Internet of Things group. This business unit, according to the company's latest earnings release, "includes platforms designed for embedded market segments including retail, transportation, industrial, and buildings and home," in addition to "a broad range of other market segments." This business unit saw sales grow 18.9% last year, but operating profit grew just under 9.6%.
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Intel's IoT business unit according to the company's latest earnings release, "includes platforms designed for embedded market segments including retail, transportation, industrial, and buildings and home," in addition to "a broad range of other market segments."  -  This IoT BU saw sales grow 18.9% last year, but operating profit grew just under 9.6%. Further, in the company's most recent quarter, it saw sales grow 10.58% year over year, but operating profit actually declined by a staggering 24.34%.  -  Although the operating margin compression that the business unit seems to be suffering from might be viewed as a bad sign, this is actually a sign that the company is beginning to invest more seriously in this area. This is actually a good thing for the long-term health of the business.


Intel said at its investor meeting that it expects an uptick in the growth rate for the Internet of Things group this year from an already high 18.9% in 2014. There are still three quarters to go in the year, but given that the Internet of Things group grew "just" 10.5% year over year, the business is going to have to see growth accelerate significantly during the balance of the year to hit Intel's original targets.



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Take that, Google: Microsoft apps will be bundled on Cyanogen's Android phones

Take that, Google: Microsoft apps will be bundled on Cyanogen's Android phones | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
The company that wants to 'take Android away from Google' just signed a deal to bundle Microsoft apps with its operating system.
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Cyanogen CEO Kirt McMaster has publicly complained about how deeply Google integrates its services into Android. Phone manufacturers have to follow strict rules concerning the prominent placement of Google’s apps on homescreens.  -  Cyanogen—a more flexible fork of stock Android—stands to differentiate itself from the masses of devices running official Android builds by integrating third-party services, though it remains to be seen if buyers are willing to embrace an Android device without Google apps. Amazon’s Fire Phone was a flop, but it was released in North America, while Cyanogen-powered phones are more likely to appear in developing nations, where Google doesn’t have the stranglehold it commands in the U.S.

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Samsung Group Creates Super Team To Boost Apple’s Display Capacity

Samsung Group Creates Super Team To Boost Apple’s Display Capacity | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Reuters reports that SAMSUNG ELECT LTD (F) (OTCMKTS: SSNLF) has formed a team of 200 employees who are going to solely work on developing screen solutions for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL).
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After Samsung and Apple buried the hatchet  - The companies dropped all lawsuits against each other, and are in business collaboration without hard feelings. The lawsuits outside of the US have also been dropped. The iPhone maker is now the largest external customer for Samsung’s components.  -  Jerry Kang, a Englewood analyst, stated: “The new exclusive team for Apple implies that the relationship between Samsung and Apple has improved, this also suggests that Samsung Display will win screen orders from Apple, such as for the Apple Watch.” - If this is the case, that Samsung is doing this, we know without doubt or bias that Samsung will be staffing that exclusive 200 person team with TRIZ (systematic innovation method) trained engineers and problem solvers. Throwing their talent at helping their ex-rival.

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Only 6% of Americans Plan To Buy An Apple Watch

Only 6% of Americans Plan To Buy An Apple Watch | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
About 6 percent of U.S. adults plan to buy Apple Inc's smartwatch according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, with men twice as likely as women to purchase Apple boss Tim Cook's first new major product....
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The poll showed the watch, marketed by Apple as a high-fashion item as well as a new frontier in technology, appealed to fewer than 4% of women compared with 9% of men.  -  Ipsos polled 1,829 U.S. adults online between April 8 and 14 about the watch, which opened for preorders last week. The poll had a credibility interval of plus or minus 2.6 percentage points.  -  If calculated based on 2014 U.S. Census projections, and excluding younger teens, this could mean potential sales of about 15 million watches, if those who said they intended to buy follow through with an actual purchase.

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Nokia buys Alcatel to take on Ericsson in telecom equipment

Nokia buys Alcatel to take on Ericsson in telecom equipment | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
HELSINKI/PARIS (Reuters) - Nokia is to buy Alcatel-Lucent in an all-share deal that values its smaller French rival at 15.6 billion euros ($16.6 billion), building up its telecom equipment business to
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With about 114,000 employees and sales of around 26 billion euros, the combined company will rank a strong second in mobile equipment, with global market share of 35 percent, behind Ericsson at 40 percent and ahead of Huawei's 20 percent, according to Bernstein Research.  -  The new Nokia will have stronger exposure to the important North American market, with major AT&T and Verizon contracts.

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Movidius raises $40M to make visual sensors for the Internet of Things

Movidius raises $40M to make visual sensors for the Internet of Things | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Movidius makes chips that enable smart devices to sense the environment and send alerts to bikers or drivers.
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The investment is one of the biggest in a chip design company in the past couple of years, and it shows there’s still room for startups in a $300 billion industry dominated by giant companies. The Internet of Things requires innovation, and it’s creating that opening for startups.  -  San Mateo, California-based Movidius designs chips that can be used to sense the environment around you. They can be used for applications like self-driving cars or bicycle helmets that can detect road hazards.

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Internet Of Things? We've Been Doing That For 25 Years

Internet Of Things? We've Been Doing That For 25 Years | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Since before it had a name, the IoT has been helping industrial companies make processes more reliable, efficient and safe.
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Those of us who have long labored in this field know that wringing value from the IoT involves significant challenges, which some industries may not overcome. The IoT’s maturation process will therefore be checkered and evolutionary – more like the prolonged development of the Industrial Revolution than the introduction of a new killer app.

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The Netflix of China Is Invading the US With Smartphones

The Netflix of China Is Invading the US With Smartphones | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
When I describe LeTV as the Netflix of China, Mark Li corrects me. "It's the other way around," he sats. "Netflix is the LeTV of the US."
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“Netflix is the Letv of the US.” - He has a point. Letv launched its Internet video streaming service three years before Netflix (2004 versus 2007). It was producing original movies and series long before Netflix rolled out House of Cards. And in recent years, the Chinese behemoth has expanded in ways Netflix hasn’t: It sells TV settop boxes and smart TVs—devices that can help you watch all that video. “We want to control the screens too,” says Li, the ex-Googler who is head of data analytics at Letv, a company with a $12 billion market cap.  -  What’s more, the company soon will move into the US, encroaching on Netflix. Li will lead the effort, bringing Letv’s video streaming service, its original programming, its Apple-TV-like settop boxes, its smart TVs, and, now, smartphones.

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Google Fiber Prompts Time Warner Cable to Boost Web Speeds

Google Fiber Prompts Time Warner Cable to Boost Web Speeds | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Time Warner Cable is rolling out "TWC Maxx," which will provide a six-fold Internet speed boost.
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And now Time Warner Cable is making adjustments to the threat of Google Fiber, the beneficiary is the consumer.  Thank goodness for healthy competition. 

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Laser Li-Fi Could Blast 100 Gigabits per Second

Laser Li-Fi Could Blast 100 Gigabits per Second | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
Coming laser lighting would free Li-Fi from current data rate constraints
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“The problem is that LEDs, although they are more energy efficient than incandescent light, they still can be improved in terms of their light output,” says Harald Haas, chair of mobile communications at the University of Edinburgh and a member of the Ultra-Parallel Visible Light Communications Project. “We strongly believe the next wave of energy efficient lighting will be based on laser diodes.”

Li-Fi encodes data on the light coming from LEDs by modulating their output. The rapid flickering is unnoticeable to the human eye, but a receiver on a desktop computer or mobile device can read the signal, and even send one back to a transceiver on the ceiling of a room, providing two-way communication. But many LEDs use a phosphor coating to convert blue light to white, and that limits how fast the devices can be modulated, holding down data rates.

In research published in Optics Express, Haas and his team showed that replacing the LEDs with off-the-shelf laser diodes vastly improved the situation. Lasers, with their high energy and optical efficiency, can be modulated at 10 times the rate of LEDs. And rather than using phosphors, laser lighting would create white light by mixing the output of several lasers operating at different wavelengths. That means each wavelength can be used as a separate data channel, the same sort of wavelength division multiplexing that lets optical telecommunications carry so much data. The Edinburgh group’s experiment used nine laser diodes.

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$200 Million Supercomputer to have 180-petaflops Peak Performance

$200 Million Supercomputer to have 180-petaflops Peak Performance | Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus | Scoop.it
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The contracts for the integration of the system have been awarded to Intel and Cray, and the Aurora supercomputer will be deployed at the Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, Ill.

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