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NVIDIA Launches Jetson TX2 and Smokes the Raspberry Pi (But There Is a Catch)

Yesterday (03/07/2017) NVIDIA unveiled the Jetson TX2, a pocket sized tiny computer (running Linux) of the size of a Raspberry Pi. According to NVIDIA the Jetson TX2 was mainly designed to help with artificial intelligence (AI) computing around us. Think of it as enabler of robots, drones and other devices that rely on computer vision […]

Drone Police!!!

When I hear the phrase “Drone Police” my brain immediately pulls images from some of the famous Science Fiction movies. Well, it seems like someone in Japan thinks that drones today can be so dangerous that forming a drone police squad is necessary… The police department in Tokyo is preparing to deploy unmanned net-carrying drones to catch […]

Facebook Successfully Tests Laser/Internet Drones

Facebook is moving forward with their project for delivering Internet access to remote and hard to reach regions of the world. The first successful test with large, solar-powered drones have been done in the skies over UK, announced chief executive Mark Zuckerburg. “As part of our Internet.org effort to connect the world, we’ve designed unmanned […]

  
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    • Cloud portability: Why you’ll never really get there January 19, 2018
      Portability means that you can move an application from one host environment to another, including cloud to cloud such as from Amazon Web Services to Microsoft Azure. The work needed to complete the porting of an application from one platform to another depends upon the specific circumstances.Containers are one technology meant to make such porting […]
    • Why you should not worry about cross-tenant cloud attacks January 16, 2018
      We’ve all heard the concerns: While public clouds do a good job protecting our cloud-based systems from outside attackers, what about attacks that may come from other public cloud users? These are known as cross-tenant attacks (sometimes called side-channel attacks), where other tenants on the same public cloud somehow access your data. Should you pay […]
    • Don’t fall for the ‘pluggable cloud’ siren call January 12, 2018
      People once made requests for hybrid cloud because of the perception of flexibility. Now they make multicloud requests, for the same reasons. Multicloud is just part of a cloud architecture that uses more than two clouds, private and/or public. However, most multicloud deployments involve more than two public clouds, typically AWS, Microsoft, and sometimes one […]