The global Accelerator Cards Market research report, published by Value Market Research, is designed to offer various market framework such as market size, portion, trends, growth path, value and factors that impact the current market dynamics over the forecast period 2020-2027.Most importantly, this report also provides the latest significant strategies adopted by major players along with their market share.The research report also covers the comprehensive profiles of the key players in the market and an in-depth view of the competitive landscape worldwide.This section consists of a holistic view of the competitive landscape that includes various strategic developments such as key mergers & acquisitions, future capacities, partnerships, financial overviews, collaborations, new product developments, new product launches, and other developments.Get more information on "Global Accelerator Cards Market Research Report" by requesting FREE Sample Copy at https://www.valuemarketresearch.com/contact/accelerator-cards-market/download-sampleMarket DynamicsThe drastic increase in modern-day PCs' computing power and the growing need for extensive bandwidth data connections are the primary drivers for the market's growth.The rising demand for graphics accelerators in industries like computer-aided design (CAD), motion pictures, video games, handheld devices will benefit market growth.Increased adoption of high-bandwidth computing applications, diverse workloads, and computation-intensive applications like artificial intelligence/machine learning across various industries will further propel this market's growth.The enormous potential witnessed in cloud computing technology and the rapid proliferation of data centers worldwide will be a market booster.
I have a love-hate relationship with Twitter.As I write these words, I have deliberately quit out of the app on my laptop so that I don’t have the temptation to toggle over to it, indulging an eight-second distraction between typed lines of this book review.It’s also freakin’ hilarious at times.But I also know that it’s a RT-laden, hashtag-driven, self-indulgent miasma that I will certainly get sucked into if I’m not careful.Since January 2018, the compromise that I have struck with myself is that I allow myself access to Twitter (and other social media, too) in very limited doses.Said another way, he’s a heady mix of Jason Bourne and Bruce Wayne with a taste for three fingers of tequila and Korean porn stars.
Next 15, the digital marketing, communications and public relations platform, is seeking to disrupt the voice activated marketing sector with the £6.2m acquisition of voice interface specialists Brandwidth Group.In making its move, Next 15 aims to accelerate development of a new generation of digital interfaces which promise to solidify its presence in the sector.Brandwidth’s clients include the likes of Toyota, Royal Caribbean and Vodafone, helping it to net revenues of £7.3m in the year to June with adjusted profit before tax sitting at £1.9m.Next 15 chief executive Tim Dyson commented: “We see voice, through platforms such as Google Home and Amazon's Alexa, as a highly disruptive form of marketing.“Brandwidth is a great addition to Next 15.It brings significant digital skills to the group, in particular we are excited to be able to offer clients its capabilities around the use of voice.”
It’s easy to figure out when you’ll get hooked up to the NBN by popping your address into NBN Co’s website, but that doesn’t tell you what technology will keep you connected to the internet: fibre or fixed wireless.According to NBN Co, about 5% of Aussies will be eligible for the fixed wireless connection – that’s around 600,000 premises, mostly in rural and remote parts of the country, where the distance between properties is too large to make laying fibre cost effective.For a fixed wireless connection, data is transmitted from a tower located a few kilometres away to a rooftop antenna installed at the customer’s premises.What is fixed wireless technologyA fixed wireless NBN connection utilises a series of ground stations to relay 4G radio signals (similar to how mobile broadband or LTE technology works) to deliver broadband services to a home that could be located as far as 14km away.It’s also restricted by distance – explaining the maximum of a 14km radius – and trees and metal rooftops could degrade the signal.
Images on a home page, category pages, and campaign landing pages — they all help engage shoppers.He is founder and C.E.O.As one of YouTube’s earliest web developers, he created YouTube’s HTML5 video player, and Feather, an ultra-light version of YouTube that loads quickly, to help users around the world with a slow Internet connection.Images register in your brain far faster than reading text.If you want to make a great first impression, you have to have great images.The Internet has become increasingly image-centric and that’s how you sell your product.
Encrypted email provider ProtonMail is launching a new VPN service called ProtonVPN.The privacy-focused service has been in development for over a year, and after a few months in beta with the help of over 10,000 members of the ProtonMail community, it’s being made available to anyone today.The company says the project was motivated by ongoing threats to online freedom, such as the recent attempts to repeal Obama-era rules designed to protect people’s privacy and net neutrality, and calls by British Prime Minister Theresa May for increased online surveillance and encryption backdoors.ProtonVPN includes a free tier offering servers in three countries and usage on one device but lower priority when it comes to bandwidth.Subscriptions are available, ranging from $4 to $24 a month.The basic paid tier offers access to all 112 ProtonVPN servers across 14 countries, high speed bandwidth, and usage on up to two devices.
PCI-SIG - the Peripheral Component Interconnect Special Interests Group - has announced that it has finalised PCI Express 4.0 and has pencilled its replacement, unsurprisingly dubbed PCI Express 5.0, for release in 2019.Designed to take over from the existing PCI Express 3.x family of standards, PCI Express 4.0 promises a doubling of the available bandwidth: Where PCIe 3.0 tops out at eight gigatransfers per second (GT/s), 8Gb/s of link bandwidth per lane, and therefore a peak of 32GB/s bandwidth per 16-lane slot, PCIe 4.0 offers 16GT/s and 16Gb/s of link bandwidth for a peak of 64GB/s per 16-lane slot.These figures, though, are the theoretical maximum supported by the standard and not necessarily the rates users will see in the wild.This improvement in raw throughput is joined, the PCI-SIG claims, by extended lane-width configurations for increased flexibility, lower minimum speeds for low-power operation, latency reductions, and boosted scalability.While PCIe 4.0 has yet to appear commercially, PCI-SIG is already hard at work on its successor PCIe 5.0 and has already released a preliminary third revision to its member companies.'In our 25-year history, PCI-SIG has maintained its commitment to our rigorous specification development process, while delivering specifications that are in lock-step with industry requirements for high-performance I/O,' claimed Al Yanes, PCI-SIG chair and president, at the announcement.
p Pickaweb boasts a quality site builder and impressive online support, but it’s still a little overpriced.Bandwidth limits on cheaper plansClaimed 24/7 phone support doesn't existFounded way back in 1999, Pickaweb is a UK-based web host which currently provides services for more than 20,000 customers.It's £2.49 ($3.25) a month, but this gets you only 5GB of disk space, a single email account, no databases and no one-click installs.All the accounts include a template-based website builder, are managed via cPanel, and will serve your site from a London-based data centre.
p HPC Blog IBM gave the audience a deeper dive into the OpenCAPI initiative and hardware at the recently concluded HPC Advisory Council annual meeting in Lugano, Switzerland.OpenCAPI is a new connection type that gives a high bandwidth, low latency, connection for memory, accelerators, network, storage, and other devices like ASICs.One of the design goals for CAPI (Coherent Accelerator Processor Interface) was to minimise latency – shooting for "equivalent effective latency of DDR standards".They've done a good job of reaching that goal, with very low 10 nanosecond latency for devices like accelerators and even achieving 5ns latency for advanced memory.The latency numbers are a pretty big deal – POWER8 round trip latency is about 10ns, and that's very sporty for a processor.Even more important is that the 10ns latency of OpenCAPI beats PCIe like a drum, since a typical PCIe round trip incurs a 100ns latency penalty.
p MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.—Starting with Android 4.4, Google began to support a "low RAM" flag for devices with 512MB of memory.The low-RAM configuration changes how the OS and supported apps work, with the goal of reducing resource usage.That initiative was called "Project Svelte," and it was aimed at low-end phones for emerging markets.Today at Google I/O, the company announced a new initiative to continue and extend these efforts."Android Go" will be a part of Android O, and it will also include optimized versions of apps and the Google Play Store to reduce resource and data usage.Think of Android Go as a modified version of Android O.
p Cable companies can deliver very fast broadband service because the coaxial cable they use offers so much more bandwidth than the twisted-pair cable that DSL service relies on.And the cable companies will happily rent you the equipment you need, on top of the fee they charge you for internet service.Linksys jumped into that market today with its CG7500, a two-in-one DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem/router.DOCSIS (Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification) is the standard that enables existing cable-TV systems to carry data in addition to TV programming.Being a DOCSIS 3.0 device, Linksys says its CG7500 is compatible with broadband packages offering download speeds up to 300Mbps.If your cable company is delivering faster speeds, you’ll want to look at a modem based on the newer DOCSIS 3.1 standard.
Depending on what you're up to online, it is entirely possible that you do not want your online activities to be traceable – particularly in parts of the world where internet surveillance is a serious issue.As for wanting to disguise where you are, this has the advantage of opening up websites that might otherwise be inaccessible.Here's our pick of the best free VPN software to keep your online activity safe and anonymous.Looking for a VPN with unlimited data?Check out our guide to the best premium VPN services 2017Super secure, with a very generous data cap, Windscribe is the best free VPN service today
Twitter Lite, a new experience to address the needs of users who may have limited bandwidth and storage capacity, has launched.If you’re reading this article, chances are good that you have a strong and fast internet connection at work or home.But many internet users, particularly in countries such as Africa, Asia Pacific and Latin America, don’t have access to fast internet speeds.With Twitter Lite, their needs are more sufficiently addressed.For example, Twitter cites a statistic that shows that 3.8 billion smartphones were in circulation as of the end of 2016, and almost half of those people are still on slow 2G connections — a big deterrent to using the internet.Twitter Lite is a mobile-only experience that is focused on fast loads and minimal data usage, and it is “resilient” to mobile networks that aren’t very reliable.
Netgear’s Orbi RBK50 is one of the best Wi-Fi systems we’ve tested, and now the company is expanding the brand into a broader family of products with today’s introduction of the Orbi RBK30 and the Orbi RBK40.Like the original Orbi, both of the new models are tri-band routers that dedicate one 5GHz Wi-Fi channel for data backhaul from satellite access points.Both of the new systems will use the same router, but will have different satellites.The router is an AC2200 model supporting two spatial streams up and down on each frequency band to support one 2.4GHz network with to 400Mbps of bandwidth, a 5GHz network with up to 866Mbps of bandwidth, and a third 5GHz network dedicated to data backhaul with up to 867Mbps of bandwidth.The original Orbi RBK50 is also a tri-band router, but it operates a 4x4 radio for backhaul, delivering up to 1733 Mbps.Like that router, the new model will come equipped with a four-port ethernet switch, but it won’t have a USB port.
Netgear’s Orbi RBK50 is one of the best Wi-Fi systems we’ve tested, and now the company is expanding the brand into a broader family of products with today’s introduction of the Orbi RBK30 and the Orbi RBK40.Like the original Orbi, both of the new models are tri-band routers that dedicate one 5GHz Wi-Fi channel for data backhaul from satellite access points.Both of the new systems will use the same router, but will have different satellites.The router is an AC2200 model supporting two spatial streams up and down on each frequency band to support one 2.4GHz network with to 400Mbps of bandwidth, a 5GHz network with up to 866Mbps of bandwidth, and a third 5GHz network dedicated to data backhaul with up to 867Mbps of bandwidth.The original Orbi RBK50 is also a tri-band router, but it operates a 4x4 radio for backhaul, delivering up to 1733 Mbps.Like that router, the new model will come equipped with a four-port ethernet switch, but it won’t have a USB port.
These alternative browser-based speed tests will help you determine your upload and download speeds, as well as identify other issues with your network, such as packet loss, latency issues, or physical connection problems.Not only does the site display a graph of speeds achieved in real-time, but also allows you to track your results against previous tests.If you’re looking for a test that offers more data than the average speed sight, TestMy.net runs a series of tests and provides a lot of useful comparison data.When it’s done, the results show your speed as rated against other recent users, so you can get a good idea of where you stand.If these numbers are a little unfamiliar to you, there’s also plenty of documentation and easy-to-understand guides that can help you better identify what the problem is with your internet connection.You can fill out a survey after the test, answering questions about the claimed speed of your ISP and monthly connection costs, which allows Ookla to amass an impressive database of consumer connection information, which can be viewed and broken down by region on their NetIndex site.
These options range in prices from free to yearly plans requiring a single or monthly payment.Importantly this list compiled by CBR also includes options for the advanced user of VPNs, in which some manual configuration is required, to an option so simple that it requires one click.These solutions also vary in speed, the robustness of their encryption, and in terms of their global presence, with some having tens of international servers, down to merely a few.ExpressVPN was launched in 2009 and has become one of the best know and best rated VPN services worldwide.The system features an SSL-secured network with 256-bit encryption.I strong point that sets this option apart from the crowd is the fact it also includes unlimited bandwidth and speed.
The company is to offer on-demand connectivity at its London data centre sites.Colt Data Centre Services has added private connectivity to Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure at three of its data centres, located in London.The new service can deliver between 10Mbps and 1Gbps of private connectivity just with the provision of a cross connect from customers’ racks to the Colt DCS platform.When the cross-connect and access port is in place, the required bandwidth can be delivered within minutes, according to the company.This means that Colt DCS can deliver the same flexible, high-capacity private connectivity to multiple cloud locations around Europe.They are also connected via the same port in any of its London data centres without a requirement for additional network purchase.
However, AMD is not currently offering clock-speed guidance, and the only benchmark it has demonstrated—a floating point-based seismic analysis workload—feels unsatisfactory.AMD compared a dual-socket Naples system against a dual Xeon E5-2699A V4 system.First the company handicapped the Naples machine by limiting it to 44 cores and 1866MHz memory; it ran the sample workload in 18 seconds, compared to Intel's 35 seconds.Unless there's a mistake somewhere or I'm missing something, it completes in half time.Does it cost much more?Does it consume much more power?
It recently passed the 93m subscriber mark, it’s got upcoming movies starring Brad Pitt and Will Smith in the works, and of course there are new series of House of Cards and Stranger Things on the way.The first part of that initiative was to deliver Netflix’s physical servers to internet service providers themselves.While Netflix holds a vast library of content, it can still hold it all on one of these server racks in ten different formats depending on the end user’s connection speed.Currently, content is encoded at 10 different levels, and which version is served depends on the end user’s bandwidth.The answer is more advanced encoding techniques, and adaptive encoding that can utilise less data for less detailed visual scenes.The first part of the puzzle is just getting more efficient at encoding, meaning you can do more with the limited bandwidth that can often apply to users on mobile networks.
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