Month: October 2018

Siemens Gamesa Awards First Local Taiwan Offshore Wind Supply Contracts

Clean Power Published on October 4th, 2018 | by Joshua S Hill October 4th, 2018 by Joshua S Hill  Spanish wind energy giant Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has this week announced its first local supply agreements for offshore wind projects in Taiwan, heralding the next key step in the evolution and growth of what is …

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Cisco Webex outage: Collaboration service finding a lumpy recovery

Some Cisco Webex users are still having some problems with the collaboration system over a week after the service went dark.   According to the company’s website a major outage began on September 25 and shut down all Webex services from  – Calling, Meetings, Control Hub, Hybrid Services and Team.    At the time the …

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A rough guide to your next (or first) fog computing deployment

Like any kind of large-scale computing system deployment ever, the short answer to the question “what should my fog compute deployment look like” is going to be “it varies.” But since that’s not a particularly useful piece of information, Cisco principal engineer and systems architect Chuck Byers gave an overview on Wednesday at the 2018 …

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Bradford Teaching Hospitals to scale ‘wall of analytics’ with new command centre

Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is to open a major new data ‘command centre’ designed to provide a real-time overview of patient flow and operational bottlenecks. Designed by GE Healthcare, the command centre will be housed within a refurbished space at Bradford Royal Infirmary (BRI) and will draw data from multiple IT systems to …

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Why Chromebooks are a bigger threat to Microsoft than you know

You remember Chromebooks, don’t you? They’re the small, inexpensive notebooks that were supposed to seriously eat into Microsoft’s market share by showing the world that you don’t need a big operating system to get big work done — just a lightweight one to get you internet access. Devices you could buy for less than the …

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Digital Health partners with RCP’s Health Informatics Unit

Digital Health has partnered up with the Health Informatics Unit (HIU) of the Royal College of Physicians to support the promotion of technology to improve the delivery of safe care, clinical leadership in technology initiatives and professionalisation of health informatics. The partnership will focus on bringing clinical informaticians together to learn and drive forward developments …

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The Smooth Electric MellowBoards Cruiser Skateboard Puts A Smile On My Face!

October 3rd, 2018 by Nicolas Zart  MellowBoards reached out to us to try its Cruiser electric skateboard (e-skateboard). After a 25 year break on a skateboard and then two e-skateboard reviews, I couldn’t wait to try it out. After some hiccups on my side, I put four miles on the Cruiser on the first outing …

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