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).
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
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.
Addressing functional safety applications with ARM Cortex-R5
As electronics become ever more pervasive in the automotive, industrial automation, and medical device sectors, fault-tolerant electronic subsystems are becoming a standard requirement. Designing these systems with?Cortex-R series processors that have a high level of fault tolerance realizes benefit...
Photonics to benefit from US export control reform?
The proposed reforms to US Munitions List Category XII are expected to be published soon, a change in regulation that could be controversial among the optics and photonics industry, writes Jennifer Douris, a lobbyist at SPIE
New magnetic material could revolutionise data storage
A new type of magnetic material has been discovered which could have wide-ranging applications within data storage and transmission. Researchers at Trinity College Dublin have identified an alloy o...
Quantum-like polarization metrology with classical light
Light beams with nonuniform polarization patterns with the same properties as entangled quantum systems can perform tasks that are commonly believed impossible in classical optics.
Charles Townes: a ''giant of a friend''
During a plenary session at Photonics West, SPIE CEO Dr Eugene Arthurs paid tribute to his friend Charles Townes, the inventor of the maser, who passed away on 27 January. Jessica Rowbury reports on Towne'' life
Is RAID Fading Into The Sunset?
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.