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Edge Computing for the SMB/SME – sense or nonsense?

  There are good reasons for moving workloads to the edge: real-time applications do not tolerate latency and data-intensive analytics can quickly have a negative impact on the overall user experience. Not to forget that some companies prefer or are… Continue Reading →

High performance computing in automotive engineering

  When the real world merges with mathematical models In the world of automotive engineering, simulations are a central building block for development, testing and production. Today, three-dimensional digital twins (a virtualised model of processes and systems) to optimise factory… Continue Reading →

Autonomous driving: Why is it taking so long?

  Self-driving vehicles are equipped with complex IT and require a reliable, fast radio connection for car-to-x communication. Artificial intelligence (AI) takes over the rapid data filtering for machine learning. In Europe, autonomous driving is still in its infancy, but… Continue Reading →

Modern Work 2: No signal, now what?

How film teams can work productively even without a (mobile) network connection Exterior shots for films, documentaries or for onsite live reporting require a good signal. Today, video data is usually transmitted directly to post production via bundled 5G connections… Continue Reading →

Making IT safe

Cybersecurity is a term we are confronted with daily This October is European Cybersecurity Awareness Month which draws particular attention to an important topic that is no longer just a key topic for large corporations. We all rely on computer… Continue Reading →

WORM in a box

Ransomware immunisation and data protection at the hardware and software level ‘Good morning! Congratulations, your files have been encrypted! The only way to decrypt your files is through access to our decryption programme and a private key. Please pay within… Continue Reading →

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