TECH & SCIENCE

TP-Link° introduces Deco X5700 & Archer AX3200 for whole-home coverage

TP-Link° introduces Deco X5700 & Archer AX3200 for whole-home coverage

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TP-Link°, a manufacturer of computer networking products, has recently introduced Costco exclusive Wi-Fi 6 Tri-Band system and router. The products, Archer AX3200 MU-MIMO Router (2-Pack) and Deco X5700 Mesh System, are expected to deliver high performance and seamless Wi-Fi experience to customers.

As per the product specifications, the Deco X5700 will provide Wi-Fi 6 mesh at high-speed for the entire home. The Tri-Band Wi-Fi can offer speed up to 5700-Mbps, in addition to the 2.5 Gbps WAN or LAN port. This ensures a superior Wi-Fi speed for over 6000 square feet, eliminating the Wi-Fi dead spots and delivering a seamless roaming experience.

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D-Link launches new access points to enhance Wi-Fi connectivity

D-Link launches new access points to enhance Wi-Fi connectivity

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Taiwanese network equipment company, D-Link Corp. has recently released four new Wi-Fi 6 access points across its Nuclias Cloud network management and Nuclias Connect solutions. These access points are developed to solve connectivity issues for major business sectors like hospitality, SMBs/retail and education. It incorporates the newest Wi-Fi 6 standard to cater to an increasing number of devices and users.

Reportedly, the new AX1800 Wi-Fi 6 access points (DBA-X1230P and DAP-X2810) and AX3600 Wi-Fi 6 access points (DBA-X2830P and DAP-X2850) offer the latest technological enhancements that enable enterprises and individuals to optimize their performance, specifically in hi

Prodigy declares launch of novel logic analyzer for embedded systems

Prodigy declares launch of novel logic analyzer for embedded systems

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Prodigy Technovations Pvt. Ltd, an Indian technology company involved in developing advanced protocol analysis solutions, has recently announced the release of its innovative logic analyzer-PGY-LA-EMBD for Embedded Interfaces. According to the company, this new product offering has been designed specifically for addressing the challenges faced by embedded design teams pertaining to design validation, verification and testing. 

As per several reports, the biggest challenge encountered by embedded design teams is the integration of hardware and software i.e., system level insights required for proper functioning of the product which requires simultaneous monitoring of e

Mitsubishi Electric rolls out a new series of silicon carbide MOSFETs

Mitsubishi Electric rolls out a new series of silicon carbide MOSFETs

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Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has reportedly shared plans to introduce a new series of silicon carbide MOSFETs (Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors) called the N-series of 1200V SiC-MOSFETs in a TO-247-4 package. These transistors have been designed for securing 30 per cent less switching loss against the company’s current TO-247-3 package products.

The new series will reportedly facilitate the reduction of power consumption along with physical size of power-supply systems that demand high-voltage conversion, for instance, photovoltaic power systems and EV (electric vehicle) on-board chargers. Sample shipments of this package are set to begin this No

Derivita & Proctorio Team-up to Secure Online Classes for Educators

Derivita & Proctorio Team-up to Secure Online Classes for Educators

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Proctorio, a pioneering online proctoring company providing end-to-end data security solutions, partners with Derivita, a unique STEM assessment platform, to equip educators with the test security tools they require to make sure that academic integrity in online and hybrid classes. Educators in colleges, high schools, and universities can now implement Proctorio Lock Down settings on any Derivita quiz, assignment, or exam at no extra cost.

Derivita and Proctorio announced their partnership in August when the latter’s remote proctoring platform was completely integrated with the cloud-based STEM assessment platform Derivita’s. This integration allowed educators

Leading AR firms like Apple, WiMi are in fierce competition in 5G Era

Leading AR firms like Apple, WiMi are in fierce competition in 5G Era

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Technology giant Apple’s AR glasses have been a fodder for rumors since years, but it wasn’t until today that it felt like the company’s highly anticipated augmented reality eyewear named ‘Apple Glass’ would launch as early as possible.

These glasses look just like ordinary glasses and feature an innovative 3D sensor system that can work with the iPhone. The iPhone maker also unveiled VR glasses, which enables to control the device through winks, stares, and eye movements, as well as with help of ‘touch mode for input and Siri’

Sources cite that numerous technology giants such as Google, Faceboo

CVP Collaborates with NTIS to Provide Exceptional Data Services

CVP Collaborates with NTIS to Provide Exceptional Data Services

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Customer Value Partners Inc. (CVP), a provider of IT services including performance transformation and analytics, cybersecurity, agile system integration, and consulting services, is chosen as a Joint Venture Partner (JVP) with the National Technical Information Services (NTIS) of the U.S. Department of Commerce.

CVP’s JVP deal with the NTIS will provide chances to apply CVP’s expertise in machine learning, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and robotics to support the federal government to leverage data as a planned asset to achieve federal agency mission results.

CVP will join hands with NTIS to provide unique data se

Fujitsu starts private 5G services to advance digital transformation

Fujitsu starts private 5G services to advance digital transformation

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Fujitsu has reportedly launched private 5G services that deploy wireless systems, including private LTE and private 5G, for accelerating the digital transformation of consumers. The company will start with the provision of an inclusive service for effectively supporting clinetele’s utilization of private wireless or private 5G systems in Japan.

Fujitsu further intends on optimizing digital transformation programs by integrating its network technology, industry expertise, and partnerships with numerous industry partners. The company has launched its “Private 5G Partnership Program” for providing customers with a broad array of solutions and use cases that

Sony and Kioxia Seek the U.S. License to Continue Supply to Huawei

Sony and Kioxia Seek the U.S. License to Continue Supply to Huawei

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Japans Sony and Kioxia Holdings, a memory chipmaker have applied for US approval to continue the supply to Huawei. If the approval is given, the move will follow other tech companies like Intel Corp that lately received licenses from US authorities.

While the US China ties are at their worst, the US authorities are pushing governments worldwide to squeeze out Huawei, stating that the telecom giant would send data to the Chinese government for intelligence purposes.

Huawei is one of Sonys top customers for smartphone image sensors. Kioxia Holdings is the worlds second-biggest flash memory chipmaker and a supplier for Huawei. Reports stat