uCertify upgrades its Exam Simulation PrepKit for the MCSE 2003 exam
uCertify (June 07, 2005) uCertify, a leading IT certification exams preparation and training solutions provider, has upgraded its Exam Simulation PrepKit for the MCSE 2003 exam (70-296).
XeroCoat's antireflective material might add zeros to the bottom line, megawatts to the power line
Anyone who''s been driving yield enhancement in a chip fab, conversion efficiencies in solar cells and modules or productivity improvements in either sector knows that a few percent here, a few percent there can add up to millions of dollars in savings or improved bottom-line margins.
Random Roads Less Travelled
A uniform city street plan may produce heavy traffic everywhere, whereas a random network of road connections leaves some roads open, according to a mathematical model. Image: A. Chesseron & I. Neri/Univ. of Montpellier 2
eSOL's eT-Kernel RTOS Achieves ISO 26262 and IEC 61508 Certification at the Highest Safety Integrity Level.
The RTOS-based Software Platform and Safety Documents Reduce the Cost of Compliance to the Safety Standards Required for Automotive/Industrial Systems
Proud showing for UK teams at VEX World Championships
Four teams from the UK joined thousands of pupils from across the globe to compete at the 2015 VEX Robotics World Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, performing commendably and doing their country ...
Nanophotonic coherent imager developed for superfine 3D resolution
Researchers from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have developed a nanophotonic coherent imager (NCI) for producing accurate three dimensional images of objects so they can be replicated with a 3D printer.
Watching photons on the fly
Combining a new computational optical imaging method with a streak camera enables 2D ultrafast photography of nonrepetitive events at 100 billion frames per second.
Optical fibres developed that can mimic synapses
Greg Blackman speaks to Dr Behrad Gholipour from the University of Southampton''s Optoelectronics Research Centre on how research into novel optical fibres could pave the way for brain-like computers