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New ARM GPU could bring VR to low-cost smartphones by 2018

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Today, a robust, VR-capable smartphone could cost you more than $500. But a new GPU from ARM could make VR a default feature in low-cost handsets by 2018.

ARM’s Mali-G51 GPU is targeted toward budget smartphones and has the horsepower to handle VR applications. It can bring VR to mainstream handsets priced around $200.

Today, 4K and virtual reality are mostly limited to high-end handsets like Samsung’s Galaxy S7, which allows users to hook up to a VR headset to roam virtual worlds.

Google’s DayDream VR system will initially come to some high-end smartphones, but ARM’s Mali G-51 could bring that technology to low-end handsets. DayDream requires handsets to include specific features to be VR compatible.

The ARM GPU could also be used directly in stand-alone VR headsets, much like Allwinner’s H8VR chipset. The low-cost VR headset is booming, with many models being made by small Chinese companies.

The Mali G-51 is designed to operate within the limited size and power constraints of a smartphone. It won’t match the experience of an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, which need to be paired with some of the most powerful PC GPUs from Nvidia or AMD.

Smartphone makers are bragging about graphics capabilities as hype grows around 4K video and virtual reality. The Mali G-51 won’t be expensive to implement considering its small size, ARM said.

The GPU is based on ARM’s Bitfrost architecture, which balances power consumption with the demanding horsepower required by graphics.

It is faster and more power efficient than previous ARM GPUs, so smartphones will draw less power when running graphics intensive applications. 

The GPU also has specific features for VR applications like gaming and collaboration. It has a pipeline that enables faster processing of VR content.

ARM’s GPUs are used in handsets from top smartphone makers like Samsung and LG. Qualcomm, Nvidia, Apple, Imagination Technologies, and AMD have also developed mobile GPU technology.

ARM designs processors like Mali and its Cortex CPU, which chip makers can then license. The Mali G-51 can be paired with V-series video processors from ARM in smartphones.

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Messaging and collaboration tools are most valuable enterprise apps

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Messaging and collaboration applications are the most mission-critical mobile apps in enterprise today, according to a new survey of executives commissioned by Adobe. More than half of the professionals surveyed (57 percent) said mobile apps for messaging and collaboration are critical to their organizations’ success, and a similar number of respondents (59 percent) said such apps will continue to be critical in 2019. 

The survey, which was conducted by Edelman Intelligence, included responses from 1,500 executives in HR, sales and marketing from companies with more than 1,000 employees located in the United States, India, China, the United Kingdom and Germany. 

The majority of respondents (55 percent) also consider customer service and support apps to be mission critical today, and 61 percent said they’ll still be critical by 2019. Customer relationship management (CRM), sales and distribution apps are the only other types of mobile apps that at least half of the respondents said were mission critical. Investments in enterprise mobile apps is also on the rise, and 56 percent of survey participants expect their departments to spend more on mobile apps in 2007, while 66 percent expect more investment within three years, according to the report.

Many different types of mobile apps are used in the enterprise today. According to Adobe, 69 percent of companies use between two and five enterprise mobile apps, and 27 percent use six apps or more. These apps help organizations increase productivity, perform tasks, equip employees with tools and information, and connect with customers.

The research also found 61 percent of the survey respondents believe companies that haven’t yet deployed enterprise mobile apps are at a competitive disadvantage.

“Most organizations are in the midst of developing the teams, capabilities and strategies they need to productively ideate, create, manage and deploy enterprise applications,” Adobe wrote in the report. “However, even with the widespread perception that mobile apps can deliver a competitive advantage to an organization, many companies have yet to modernize their strategies for this new reality.”

5 tips for building a successful enterprise app strategy

Based on the survey results, Adobe created a five-step plan to help enterprises get the most from their mobile apps:

  1. Deploy apps that replace or supplement core functions.
  2. Invest in features that are most important or likely to drive success.
  3. Centralize app management in a dashboard that provides comprehensive insights.
  4. Devise a strategy for widespread adoption and measure employee satisfaction.
  5. Stay current with changes that could impact how your apps are used by workers.

This story, “Messaging and collaboration tools are most valuable enterprise apps” was originally published by CIO.

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Microsoft open sources its next-gen cloud hardware design

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Microsoft today open sourced its next-gen hyperscale cloud hardware design and contributed it to the Open Compute Project (OCP). Microsoft joined the OCP, which also includes Facebook, Google, Intel, IBM, Rackspace and many other cloud vendors, back in 2014. Over the last two years, it already contributed a number of server, networking and data center designs.

With this new contribution, Project Olympus, it’s taking a slightly different approach to open source hardware, however. Instead of contributing designs that are already finalized, which is the traditional approach to open sourcing this kind of work, the Project Olympus designs aren’t production-ready yet. The idea here is to ensure that the community can actually collaborate in the design process.

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“We’ve learned a tremendous amount from our deep collaboration with the OCP Foundation and the open source community over the past few years,” Azure Hardware Infrastructure GM Kushagra Vaid writes in today’s announcement. “An important realization is that open source hardware development is currently not as agile and iterative as open source software.” By giving the community early access to the designs, Microsoft hopes it can “decrease the time to market for new product offerings and lower investment costs.”

The Project Olympus designs include a new motherboard and high-availability power supply with included batteries, a server chassis with a high-density storage expansion, and a new power distribution unit for the server racks that hold these (or other) machines. The designs are meant to be modular to give potential customers the ability to use them inside their own existing data center configurations.

OCP servers at Facebook

OCP servers at Facebook

“Microsoft is opening the door to a new era of open source hardware development. Project Olympus, the re-imagined collaboration model and the way they’re bringing it to market, is unprecedented in the history of OCP and open source datacenter hardware,” said Bill Carter, the Chief Technology Officer of the Open Compute Project Foundation, in a statement today.

Microsoft itself, just like Facebook and other OCP members, is making extensive use OCP hardware in its own data centers. Microsoft says over 90 percent of the servers it currently purchases are based on OCP-contributed specifications. At Facebook, which incubated this project, virtually all of the servers are Open Compute machines. Google also joined the OCP earlier this year, but market leader Amazon — a company that isn’t exactly known for its open source work to begin with — remains a no-show.

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53% off Etekcity Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 NFC-Enabled Audio Adapter – Deal Alert

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The Roverbeats Unify enables Bluetooth 4.0 capability on traditional audio systems lacking Bluetooth functionality. Just connect it to your system’s A/V, RCA, or 3.5mm jack input. The Unify is the first Bluetooth receiver to have a 200mAh battery, allowing it to provide up to 10 hours of continuous high quality music playback. And with NFC capability, the Unify can quickly connect with any other NFC enabled device in the matter of seconds. The adapter gives you wireless control up to 33 feet. It currently averages 4.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon from over 1,100 people (read reviews), where its typical list price of $36 has been significantly reduced to just $17.

This story, “53% off Etekcity Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 NFC-Enabled Audio Adapter – Deal Alert” was originally published by TechConnect.

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Western Digital WD1602ABJS-43P5A0 160GB 3.5″ SATA Hard Drive w/ Drive Tray

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HP StorageWorks LTO-4 Ultrium 1760 SCSI External Tape Drive (EH922A)

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HP StorageWorks LTO-4 Ultrium 1760 SCSI External Tape Drive (EH922A)

Product Information

HP StorageWorks LTO Ultrium Tape Drives represent five-generations of LTO tape drive technology capable of storing up to 3 TB per cartridge, with HP TapeAssure for manageability, hardware data encryption and unprecedented performance. With HP TapeAssure customers can be confident that their data is safe by monitoring drive and media utilization, operational performance and life/health information for drive and media. Data hardware encryption using AES 256-bit provides easy-to-enable security to protect the most sensitive data and prevent unauthorized access of tape cartridges.

Product Identifiers

  • MPN: EH922A
  • Brand: Hewlett-Packard
  • Interface: Ultra320 LVD SCSI
  • Capacity: 1.6 TB Compressed 2:1
  • Recording technology: LTO-4 Ultrium 1760
  • Tape Drives not included

No other accessories included

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Dell PowerConnect 3048 48-Port 10/100 Managed Switch 10/100 2 x SFP

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Dell PowerConnect 3048 48-Port 10/100 Managed Switch 10/100 2 x SFP

Key Features

  • Switch type: Managed
  • Ports Qty: 48 Port 10/100, 2x sfp
  • Power cable included
  • Stackable: stackable
  • Rack mounts included
  • ..

    Price: $29.99

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Actiontec Verizon FiOS MI424WR Wireless Gigabit Router

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Actiontec Verizon FiOS MI424WR Wireless Router

Overview:

t offers super-fast internet connection for streaming media-intensive contents. Stop network users from accessing inappropriate contents with the content filtering controls of this Actiontec 5-Port router. The integrated 8 input and 8 output channels of this wireless router offer more connectivity options. Installed SPI and Customizable firewall in the Actiontec MI424WR wireless router protects your network from intruders and malicious programs.

Key Features

  • Ports: 4x 10/100/1G Ethernet, 2x USB
  • Power adaptor and 1x RJ45 cable are included
  • Connectivity: Wireless
  • Feature: Gigabit Ethernet

No other accessories are included.

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Cisco CISCO2811 10/100 Integrated Services Wired Router

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Cisco CISCO2811 10/100 Integrated Services Wired Router

Overview:

The Cisco 2811 Integrated Services Router is part of the Cisco 2800 Integrated Services Router Series which complements the Integrated Services Router Portfolio. The Cisco 2800 Series features the ability to deliver multiple high-quality simultaneous services at wire speed up to multiple T1/E1/xDSL connections. The routers offer embedded encryption acceleration and on the motherboard voice digital-signal-processor (DSP) slots; intrusion prevention system (IPS) and firewall functions; optional integrated call processing and voice mail support; high-density interfaces for a wide range of connectivity requirements; and sufficient performance and slot density for future network expansion requirements and advanced applications.

Key Features

  • Integrated services router with AC power
  • Two Integrated 10/100 Fast Ethernet ports
  • Increased density through High-Speed WAN Interface Card Slots (four)
  • Support for majority of existing AIMs, NMs, WICs, VWICs, and VICs
  • Cisco IOS IP Base Software

Specifications

  • Number of Ports: 2 x Fast Ethernet interfaces
  • Processor & Memory: Cisco 2811 (revision 53.50) with 251904K/10240K bytes of memory
  • Power cable included
  • Rack mounts included

Some scratches on body. No other accessories are included.

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