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Metaverse: Momentum Grows, But Companies Remain Cautious

Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto Few, if any, emerging technologies get as much hype as the metaverse. That’s the excitement that 40% more companies called ‘metaverse’ in their company filing documents in the first quarter of 2022, according to researcher GlobalData. These statements follow in the wake of Meta founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s high-profile dedication to …

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502 Bad Gateway: What Is It, How To Fix The 502 Bad Gateway Error And More Questions Answered

Error 502 bad gateway is a common and popular error message seen from time to time on various websites. It can be very confusing why the website is going through such an error, which worked just fine a few days ago. You can try restarting the browser, refreshing the website – even clearing the cache …

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Employees of the American Apple Store vote to form a union

Apple Store employees in Maryland in the US voted to join a union, marking a milestone for organized labor. Sixty-five of the 110 employees at the store in Towson, Maryland, voted in favor of the proposal, while 33 voted against. About a dozen of the workers abstained. Voting started on Wednesday and continued until Saturday …

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Advantest to participate in SEMICON Southeast Asia, June 21-23 in Penang, Malaysia

Advantest America, Inc. TOKYO, June 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Leading semiconductor test equipment supplier Advantest Corporation (TSE: 6857) will attend SEMICON Southeast Asia, an in-person event taking place June 21-23 at the Setia SPICE Convention Center and Arena in Penang , Malaysia. Advantest is a proud Gold sponsor of SEMICON Southeast Asia. Under the …

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At ISC, the Green500 is witnessing a new frontier in efficient computing

In 2008, the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) set an ambitious goal: an exascale supercomputer in a 20 megawatt envelope. That goal, once viewed with skepticism by many — at the time research predicted that exascale systems would require hundreds of megawatts — has now been officially achieved by the exascale Frontier supercomputer …

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Zinc Oxide Thin Film Transistor Technology Introduced for Radiation-Hard Space Applications

INDEPENDENCE, Mom – Intellectual Property Developers LLC in Independence, Mo., Introduces Zinc Oxide thin film transistors technology for radiation-hardened applications in space. Called the ZnO radiation-hardened thin-film transistors, the patented rad-hard room electronics technology was developed in conjunction with Auburn University in Auburn, Ala. A thin film transistor consists of an annealed layer containing crystalline …

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AMD Unveils Epyc Confidential Computing on Google Cloud

We’re excited to bring Transform 2022 back in person on July 19 and pretty much July 20-28. Join AI and data leaders for insightful conversations and exciting networking opportunities. Register today† Advanced micro-devices revealed confidential virtual machines on Google Cloud powered by AMD Epyc processors. The VMs reside on the existing N2D and C2D VMs …

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Companies brace for disruption of quantum computing in 2030 • The Register

While business leaders expect quantum computing to play an important role in the industry by 2030, some experts don’t believe the technology will be ready for production deployment in the near future. The findings, from a study titled “2022 Quantum Readiness” commissioned by consultancy EY, refer to UK companies, although the conclusions are likely to …

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Exascale supercomputer: Frontier breaks computer speed records

Frontier, a supercomputer built by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, is the first to be capable of an exaflop — a billion billion operations per second Technology May 31, 2022 Through Alex Wilkins The Frontier supercomputer Carlos Jones/ORNL, US Department of Energy The world’s first exascale computerCapable of performing a billion billion operations per second, was …

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