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Ethernet Controller Module Design based on ARM Technology
With the rapid development of science and technology, Internet has permeated all aspects. With the rapid development of ARM technology, its application is also involved in the proj...
A Review of Load Balancing in Cloud Computing
Clouds are highly configured infrastructures that deliver platform and software as service, which helps users to make subscription for their requirements. Cloud computing is expand...
Automatic Saline Level Monitoring System Using Microcontroller ATMEGA 328
In this paper, the authors propose an automatic, low cost saline level measurement system using microcontroller ATMEGA 328.The main building blocks of the proposed system are micro...
Mobile LAN-Controller
When the network administrator is placed near the LAN, the users will be able to take care of all the activities of LAN. What if the users are to monitor a LAN consisting of hundre...
3 most popular methods for deploying Apple computers
Jesus Vigo reviews the three most popular methods for deploying Apple computers, weighing out the pros and cons of each scenario for SMB/enterprise.
Magic Quadrant for WAN Optimization
WAN optimization increasingly resembles a mature market with increasing feature standardization. Vendor innovation is focused on supporting new application types and deployment opt...
A Novel Approach for Implementation of AES Algorithm on NOC
Network-on-Chip (NoC) is the scalable platform where billion transistors have been integrated on to a single chip. NoC architecture is an mxn mesh of processing elements where reso...
At Google I/O, no huge surprises but a honing of critical products

Gone are the days of skydivers landing on the tops of buildings wearing Google Glass, or new Chromebooks, tablets and smartwatches. This year, the focus of much of Google’s big I/O conference was to propel the Android operating system into new areas others have pioneered, like peer-to-peer payments and smart home appliances.

There were no new hardware platforms, like Google Glass, Android TV or Android Auto. No new smartwatches like the LG G and Samsung Gear Live that debuted last year, marking Google’s entrance into the watch market.

Instead, Google confirmed rumors this week by giving us Brillo, a stripped-down version of Android to power things like smart light bulbs and Internet-connected toasters and let them be controlled by Android devices. It might be radical were it not for Samsung, Apple and Microsoft developing similar systems.

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Renewable Energy Resources to Reduce Co2 Emissions in Datacenters With Ip-Over-WDM Network in Cloud Computing
As cloud computing consent increases, the energy consumption of the network and of the computing resources that underpin the cloud is growing and causing the emission of enormous q...
3 most popular methods for deploying Apple computers
Jesus Vigo reviews the three most popular methods for deploying Apple computers, weighing out the pros and cons of each scenario for SMB/enterprise.
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