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uCertify upgrades its Exam Simulation PrepKit for the MCSE 2003 exam
PXI, Test and Technology - Standards & Certifications, 3 hours ago
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).
Random Roads Less Travelled
Physical Review Focus - Recent, 3 hours ago
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
XeroCoat's antireflective material might add zeros to the bottom line, megawatts to the power line
Fabtech - Chip Shots, 3 hours ago
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.
TI's NexFET N-channel power MOSFETs achieve industry's lowest resistance
Industrial Embedded Systems - News, January 28, 2015
Lowest Rdson 25-V and 30-V devices in 5 mm x 6 mm QFN package
Laser pioneer Charles Townes dies at 99
Optical Design & Engineering, January 28, 2015
SPIE Newsroom 28 January 2015
Fibre optic thermometer for industrial processes developed
Electro Optics - News, January 28, 2015
In the near future, optical fibres could be used as a thermometer for industrial processes such as cutting
1 in 5 students awarded a first-class degree
Rapid Electronics - Latest News, January 26, 2015
20% of graduates are receiving first-class degrees from UK universities, according to the latest university league tables published by UK institutions.  Nearly 80,000 students were awarded the ...
Data transmission above Vienna
Electro Optics - Features, December 12, 2014
Greg Blackman speaks to Mario Krenn at the University of Vienna on work sending light-encoded images 3km through the air across the city`s skies
Is RAID Fading Into The Sunset?
Network Computing - News, April 15, 2014
With the arrival of faster networks and SSDs, RAID can no longer keep up. Data protection alternatives such as replication and erasure codes are gaining traction.