Holographic data storage could fit 1,000 DVDs onto a 10cm...

The creation, and subsequent storage, of data is the most pressing issue in the world of technology right now. But new holographic technology could be about to make a huge impact to this problem. New nanoparticle-based films that are more than 80 times thinner than a human hair can holographically archive more than 1000 times more data than a common DVD n a 10-by-10cm piece of film. The new technology could one day enable tiny wearable devices that capture and store 3-D images of objects or people.

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ARX appoints P.T Rhema Multi Perkasa as Indonesian...

ARX has announced the appointment of Jakarta based P.T Rhema Multi Perkasa as its exclusive distributor of the ARX product range in Indonesia. The decision was made with the consideration that any distributor chosen would have to have an established network in multiple markets to service ARX’s portfolio of signal processing products.

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Guntermann & Drunck presents mission-critical KVM range at...

Guntermann & Drunck has presented a range of KVM products, including the KVM switch DP1.2-MUX3-ATC which was specially developed to meet the requirements of air traffic controls, at the World ATM Congress 2018.

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