Ultra High Definition (UHD) computer monitors are getting wider, sharper and curvier.
Top-tier OEMs including Dell, LG and Samsung are competing for your customers’ dollars. And let’s be clear: When it comes to this new breed of high-res, curved glass, we’re talking about way more dollars than usual.
Top-tier PC manufacturer Lenovo is pushing into the world of virtual reality with a spate of VR-ready desktops certified by Oculus Rift. Lenovo says its latest entry, the sub-$2,000 ThinkCentre 910t introduced in late June, is the world’s first Oculus-certified commercial desktop.
After years of development, Intel has managed to shrink the humble PC to fit in a pocket. The company calls it the Compute Card.
It’s a logical follow-on to Intel’s mini-PC platform, a small desktop computer called the NUC (short for Next Unit of Computing). Introduced in 2012, the NUC has shrunk over the years, becoming smaller and smaller. The last version was just 4 inches squared.
Are you ready for the truly connected home? In just a few years, the average smart home will contain as many as 50 connected devices, according to Intel.
These devices will become part of the Internet of Things (IoT). They’ll add to a global network of intelligent, connected devices that is changing the way we live and work. It’s also a potential business opportunity for smart solution providers.
FPGA technology is having a renaissance. New designs like the recently released Intel Stratix 10 offer better performance, 70 percent lower power consumption, up to 1 TB/sec. of memory bandwidth, and up to 10 tera floating point operations per second (FLOPS) of single-precision floating-point performance. It even has its own onboard quad-core ARM processor.
The world of wearable technology is growing rapidly. Designers and OEMs are turning the common into the exceptional, with help from small and smart microcomputers such as Intel’s Curie module. Watches, monitors, clothes and glasses can now keep track of our stats and habits, pushing untold exabytes through the Internet of Things (IoT).
Intel’s latest memory innovation, called Optane, is now available to enterprise customers running large server arrays. Smaller form factors designed for laptops and PCs will be available in the second half, Intel says.
Xerox wants to change the way your clients interact with printers. Now they’ll print with customized workflows, apps and cloud connectivity.
That's one of the big ideas behind Xerox’s launch last week of no fewer than 29 new multifunction printers (MFPs). Xerox says its new printer designs, dubbed VersaLink and AltaLink, will act as what it calls “smart, connected workplace assistants.”
Digital security and surveillance (DSS) tech is getting smarter. Using the latest advances in artificial intelligence, microprocessing and the Internet of Things, it’s changing the way we interact with our digital hardware.
If your customers are interested in video surveillance and edge-based analytics, now could be the right time to show them the latest in smart DSS.
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