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Displaying items by tag: IEEE

Australian-German quantum computing hardware company Quantum Brilliance has appointed Mark Mattingley-Scott to the role of managing director of Europe.

Published in People Moves
Thursday, 10 December 2020 17:22

Ramaswami takes the helm at Nutanix

Cloud computing specialist Nutanix has appointed Rajiv Ramaswami as its president and CEO.

Published in People Moves

Security fatigue is causing computer users to indulge in risky behaviour, both in computing and their personal lives, a study by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology claims.

Published in Home Tech

Predictions of a bloodbath at IBM, heatedly denied by the company, appear to be true. Up to 100,000 of the company’s staff, nearly one quarter of the total global workforce, is facing the axe.

Published in Listed Tech
Wednesday, 09 January 2013 10:00

New standard boosts WiFi to 7Gbps

The IEEE has approved a new version of the Wi-Fi standard - IEEE 802.11ad - for Wi-Fi operating at 60GHz, delivering throughput up to 7Gbps and able to seamlessly fallback to the current standard for Wi-Fi in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands.

Published in Networking

Five Internet standards bodies - the IEEE, Internet Architecture Board (IAB), Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), Internet Society and World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) - have joined force to push other standardisations bodies to adopt a new paradigm for global, open standards based on "the effective and efficient standardization processes that have made the Internet and Web the premiere platforms for innovation and borderless commerce."

Published in Market
Tuesday, 08 May 2012 08:06

IEEE updates 802.11 WiFi standard

The IEEE has published a new version of the 802.11 wireless LAN standard, 802.11-2012, which it says "has been expanded significantly by supporting devices and networks that are faster, more secure, while offering improved quality of service and, improved cellular network hand-off."

The IEEE has published two important new standards for WiFi mesh networking and peer-to-peer communication between WiFi devices. It says the latter could produce a 10 fold increase in the data rate between connected devices.

Published in Networking
Tuesday, 05 April 2011 17:46

IEEE aims to standardise cloud computing

The IEEE - which now bills itself as "the world's largest professional association advancing technology for humanity" - is taking steps to bring global standardisation to cloud computing with what it says is "the first broad-scope, forward-looking cloud computing initiative to be put forth by a global standards development organisation."

Published in Virtualisation
Tuesday, 05 April 2011 17:46

IEEE aims to standardise cloud computing

The IEEE - which now bills itself as "the world's largest professional association advancing technology for humanity" - is taking steps to bring global standardisation to cloud computing with what it says is "the first broad-scope, forward-looking cloud computing initiative to be put forth by a global standards development organisation."

Published in Cloud Computing
Saturday, 02 April 2011 15:59

IEEE standardises '4G' version of mobile WiMAX

The IEEE has approved the next iteration of mobile WiMAX as IEEE802.16m, the first true 4G version of mobile WiMAX.

Thursday, 14 October 2010 09:49

IEEE offers elearning in key technologies

The IEEE, the world's largest technical professional technology association, has launched the IEEE eLearning Library offering almost 200 short, online courses in core and emerging technologies.

Published in Education

The IEEE has ratified a new ethernet standard covering operation at both 40Gbps and 100Gbps; it is the first to specify two different speeds.

The G.hn standard for wired home networks has been approved by the Telecommunication Union's Telecommunications sector (ITU-T), and is being touted as "the one global standard" but it faces competition from others.

Wednesday, 19 May 2010 11:20

Dude, who hacked my car?

Surprise, surprise.  As soon as security researchers turn their attention to a new field of endeavour, they find holes you could drive a truck through.  So it is with car computer management systems.

Published in Security
Thursday, 08 April 2010 15:23

Mobile WiMAX to get an early speed boost

The WiMAX Forum has announced plans to bring forward feature upgrades to the mobile WiMAX standard that will improve throughput, particularly at the fringes of cell sites.

Published in Networking

A market research firm is tipping a market of two million 60GHz short range wireless chipsets by 2015. Meanwhile NICTA is still confident of commercialising its 60GHz technology and says the market will be much bigger.

Published in Market
A field trial involving the first transmission of real traffic across a 100Gbps standards-based optical fibre has been successful.
Published in Networking
Researchers at the University of Surrey in the UK have created an automatic system to spot non-verbal social signals in natural conversation, allowing computers to better understand meaning in speech, and ultimately enabling more intuitive computer interfaces. 

Published in Market
The battle between the cellular and WIMAX camps for future 4G wireless networking standards ramped up this week with the IEEE formally submitting its 802.16m standard (the next iteration of today's 802.16e mobile WiMAX standard) to the ITU as a candidate radio interface technology for IMT-Advanced standardisation.

Published in Strategy
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