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  • Smart Computing Article - Storage-Area Networks Improve Data Management
    Storage-Area Networks Improve Data Management January 2000 Vol.8 Issue 1 Add To My Personal Library Storage-Area Networks Improve Data Management A Better Method For Information & Resource Sharing The rapid growth of the World Wide Web challenges conventional data-storage schemes. These schemes
  • Materials Tracking: It's All in the Data
    , vibration, energy consumption, air quality and other physical measurements. Compared with cabled networking, wireless systems offer processes the same benefits as home data networks: lower cost, wider/more customizable coverage area and more measurement points. The wireless sensing and monitoring
  • Data Center using Natural Ventilation
    Moffitt Corporation was approached by a local engineer and a local contractor to ventilate a new data center in Quincy, Washington. Data centers are large rooms with dozens of computers. All of these computers run non-stop and host websites, internet applications, and other computer programs
  • Sensor Sense: Optical data transmission
    areas and in the presence of metal wave guides, both situations where radio signals have high failure rates. Data travels over the light beam using a modulation method known as frequency-shift keying or FSK. FSK rapidly switches the IR light between two different modulating frequencies. One frequency
  • Plant and Data Security: Are You At Risk?
    consequences. For pharmaceutical manufacturers, this means the areas of personnel, process control and data management all must be analyzed and protected. Good security is measured by things that don t happen, says Ray O Hara, senior vice president for Vance, an investigation and security
  • Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF)
    Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF) is a means of transmitting Unique Identification (UID) data elements into the UID Registry. The WAWF is a transaction system, supporting a distinct part of the procurement lifecycle from submission of electronic invoices through inspection and acceptance to electronic
  • PAT Success and Speed Hinge on Data Mining
    points and associated metadata, the data that describe data. Independent of any one database, data mining finds patterns within the data, leverages analytical and computing technologies and other methodologies to find relationships that were previously unknown. In many areas of process measurement, one
  • Smart Computing Article - Keeping Data Handy
    August 2000 Vol.4 Issue 3 Page(s) 14-19 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Cache Memory Stores Information Close By For Speedy CPUs Who Brought The Slow Guy? When the CPU (central processing unit) needs data, it checks the fastest storage areas --the caches --before it looks in RAM

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