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Queen's University Belfast and Ulster University's joint facility targets six exemplar areas of research and elevating efficiency through Research Software Engineering (RSE)
From Concept to Creation, Unit Can Be Affordably Custom Built to Meet User's Unique Specifications, Assuring More Power, More Flexibility, More Functionality, More Data Security
Durabook's Rugged Computers Have Played a Pivotal Role to Help Further the Coral Reef Research Foundation's Mission in Western Pacific
Verified hardware and software enhance interoperability and allow faster time to production
A Robust, High-Efficiency Rig for Siacoin Network
Join ChannelBytes and ByteSpeed for a roundtable discussion on June 3 at 11 a.m. CST to learn what computer hardware is needed for business
Kickstarter Launched This Week to Help Bring Product to Market
Addition of trade-in rebates functionality empowers users to design, configure, manage, and track four rebate options all in one place
Company demonstrating multiple products ready for mass deployment at this week's Flash Memory Summit
A new smart-band technology is slated to hit the family entertainment market in 2020
Demystifying formal verification
AMAX StorMax NFS solution built on world's first QLC SSD, the Micron® 5210 ION, delivers faster and more affordable deep learning results
The 2018 Hackaday Prize comes to an end, presenting awards to the year's 5 best open hardware inventions.
High-Performance, Lowest Power, Lowest Latency and Smallest Footprint Datacenter Storage Solution
Pre-orders now available for high-performance workstations featuring GeForce RTX GPUs
AMAX Ireland Certified to Provide GPU-Accelerated Solutions for Artificial Intelligence and High Performance Computing
U-Disk VPN solution for travelers, Plug and Play, 10 plus devices supported at an affordable price
The ultimate hardware conference returns for its fourth consecutive year in November 2018
The fourth round of The Hackaday Prize focuses on interfaces between humans and machines.
The third round of The Hackaday Prize focuses on modules that harvest ambient power
Challenge focuses on modules that can be used in multiple robotics projects around the world
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