The Internet of things is coming on faster than ever thanks to a new, huge alliance

By: J. O’Dell http://venturebeat.com/ Qualcomm, LG, the Linux Foundation, and a whole team of heavy-hitters in the Internet of things world are coming together and forming an alliance. Thrilling Star Wars terminology aside, the AllSeen Alliance, as it’s called, will take on the monumental, innovation-accelerating task of creating and maintaining unified standards for device-to-device communication. That’s a mouthful. ...

What Would You Do With 32TB of Storage Space? @Seagate Blog

The Digital Den – The Seagate Consumer Blog – What Would You Do With 32TB of Storage Space? What would you do with 32TB worth of storage space? That’s a lot of space, right? Simple. Grow your business. Adding to our already established arsenal of consumer storage products, this past Monday we announced our 8-Bay rackmount (we have ...

Seagate Unveils World’s Fastest Enterprise Hard Drive

By Seagate News Room – New, Ultra-Fast Enterprise Hybrid Drive Technology provides up to a 3X increase in random performance over existing solutions CUPERTINO, Calif. — Seagate Technology plc (NASDAQ:STX), a world leader in storage solutions, today announced it is shipping the world’s fastest hard drive— the Seagate® Enterprise Turbo™ SSHD. The industry’s first enterprise solid state hybrid ...

My research project made it to the news “WDIO-TV”: New Warning System May Make Rural Intersections Safer (Video)

WDIO-TV By: Laurie Stribling lstribling@wdio.com A team in Duluth is testing a new warning system that could make some rural intersections safer. It’s a wireless, solar powered system that will alert cars if there are other vehicles approaching the intersection. It’s the first of its kind in Saint Louis County. The test system is at ...

CTS Article About My Research Project: Warning system aims to alert drivers to potential crashes

By Center for Transportation Studies – University of Minnesota – Between 2009 and 2011, 55 percent of Minnesota’s fatal intersection crashes occurred at rural two-way-stop intersections. Right-angle crashes, often a result of drivers’ inability to recognize a safe gap in traffic, account for most of these. When a curve or hill creates a limited sight distance at ...

Top 10 Programming Skills That Will Get You Hired

By Rich Hein, CIO, April 25, 2013 – Have you been considering adding some new programming skills to your toolbox, but you’re not sure where to start? When it comes to what’s hot for developers, CIO.com has you covered with not only the what, but also the where and how much of the latest in development and programming ...

Can data reduction technology substitute for TRIM in an SSD and drain the invalid data away?

By: by Kent Smith on LSI Blog – Imagine a bathtub full of water and asking someone to empty the tub while you turn your back for a moment. When you look again and see the water is gone, do you just assume someone pulled the drain plug? I think most people would, but what about the ...

LSI® SandForce® Flash Storage Processors Simplify Data Security for Corporate Mobile Computing

By: www.LSI.com – SandForce Driven™ member SSD demonstrations at Computex 2013 to showcase TCG Opal compliant drives and new features for optimizing battery life . COMPUTEX 2013, TAIPEI, TAIWAN, June 3, 2013 – LSI Corporation (NASDAQ: LSI) today announced that LSI® SandForce® SF-2200 Client Flash Storage Processors (FSPs) now enable SSD manufacturers to build drives compliant with the Trusted ...

New Seagate NAS Storage Solution Delivers Industry’s Highest Capacity And Best Performance

By: seagate.com – CUPERTINO, Calif. — Seagate Technology (NASDAQ:STX) today took the wraps off its new Seagate® NAS HDD— a cutting-edge drive custom-built for always-on, one- to five-bay network attached storage (NAS) systems. Engineered with performance and reliability in mind, the new drives are available in multiple capacity points including a 4TB option— the industry’s highest capacity ...

Intel offers to pay up for Internet TV programming deals

By Ronald Grover , Liana B. Baker and Noel Randewich (Reuters) – Intel Corp’s talks to buy content from media companies for its new TV service are advancing, and the chipmaker is offering to pay as much as 75 percent more than traditional cable rates, people familiar with the talks said. But Intel has yet ...