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View Resource The Promise and Peril of Big Data

Some data-crunchers and others are thrilled by the prospect of the growing amount of "big data". According to a recent report, the amount of digital content available on the Internet is approaching five hundred billion gigabytes. This 66-page report from the Aspen Institute asks some key questions about these developments, including "Does Big Data represent an evolution of knowledge, or is more...

View Resource All About Circuits - Volume 4: Digital

This website, presented by All About Circuits.com, is the forth installment in their series of information regarding circuitry. The page is broken down into sixteen different chapters which are: numeration systems, binary arithmetic, logic gates, switches, electromechanical rays, ladder logic, boolean algebra, karnaugh mapping, combinational logic functions, multivibrators, counters, shift...

View Resource How to use USB without knowing USB

USB is now a mature technology yet many people are not using it since they perceive it as "too complicated." To date, all USB books and most USB technical articles have presented USB as a "technical wonder" and the reader is flooded with details such as packet types and descriptor parsing. Not surprisingly, many people who could take advantage of USB are holding back. This paper treats USB as a...

View Resource NAND Flash to Quantum Dot Memories

White paper prepared by Dr. Mike Cooke surveys the coming changes and looks at how III-V quantum dots offer the prospect of fast non-volatile computer memory devices.

View Resource Gordon and Mike's ICT Podcast: Cloud Computing Technologies

Gordon and Mike's ICT Podcast offers perspectives on the information and communication technologies (ICT) industries from Gordon Snyder and Mike Qaissaunee. In this podcast, cloud computing technologies are discussed. Eleven different related technologies are discussed, including software, security and databases. The running time for this show is 23:26. This podcast is available for direct...

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