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Pourquoi la méthode Blue Ocean ne suffit pas

Pourquoi la méthode Blue Ocean ne suffit pas | UHDTV | Scoop.it
La méthode Blue Ocean est intéressante, mais elle ne permet pas d'acquérir un avantage concurrentiel pérenne. Voici pourquoi...
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Infographic: The impact of Google Fiber

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An infographic detailing the benefits and costs of Google Fiber, the fiber-optic, broadband Internet network infrastructure in limited release.

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6 Mega Trends Tech Managers Can't Ignore in 2014 - Audio Visual News Network

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Audio Visual News Network 6 Mega Trends Tech Managers Can't Ignore in 2014 Audio Visual News Network The insightful audio professional Josh Srago, CTS, articulated some of these tensions perfectly when he stated: "Technology in the enterprise...
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Paired Fibre Beams Boost Range and Speed of Fibre Networks to Colossal 400Gbps

Paired Fibre Beams Boost Range and Speed of Fibre Networks to Colossal 400Gbps | UHDTV | Scoop.it

Some clever research into boosting fibre optic speeds has managed to increase the range and capacity of fibre, thanks to sending two data streams down the pipe instead of one.

In a paper bewilderingly titled Phase-conjugated twin waves for communication beyond the Kerr nonlinearity limit, researchers put forward their concept, which involves sending a pair of signals down a fibre connection, one a mirror of the other.

 

When combined at the other end this allows the tech to better compensate for signal noise.


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Andre Bontems's curator insight, May 28, 2013 12:26 PM


Great news for Ultra High Definition Video!