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Smart Dust: Nano-sized Computers that Monitor and Sense Anything Anywhere

By Dick Weisinger

Smart dust is what people are calling swarms of microscopic monitoring sensors and cameras that are able to monitor and report on anything. They are able to detect light, vibration, temperature and noise and then relay the information back to

Technology: Gartner’s Top Ten List

By Dick Weisinger

Gartner has released their list of top ten strategic technologies for 2019.  The annual list has been a tradition for Gartner.  It’s always interesting to do a comparison of what’s on the new list compared to what technologies were being

Computer Chips: Emerging Technology Drives Demand for Specialized Chips

By Dick Weisinger

The chip market is demonstrating exploding growth as new technologies gain popularity, like Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and various new physical devices. Overall, semiconductors are seeing very strong growth globally, about 15 percent annually, but specialized chips

Device as a Service: Driving Lower and more Predictable Hardware Costs

By Dick Weisinger

Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) — is a business model for managing the deployment of hardware devices, similar to leasing. It involves outsourcing the procurement and maintenance of devices to an IT solution provider.  Businesses can scale up or down their hardware needs. 

Artificial Intelligence: The Replacement to Moore’s Law is Data

By Dick Weisinger

Gordon Moore noted in a 1965 paper that the density of integrated circuits doubled about every two years.  The rest is history.  Moore’s law proved to be remarkably accurate to even this day.  The current pace is closer to every