New Quantum Tape Platform Delivers Best-in-Class Storage Efficiency and Density for Long-Term Content Protection and Preservation
Video Clarity Announces ClearView Venue Player for Synchronized Playback of Multiple Video Sequences in Entertainment Venues
Linksys Launches First Entry Level AC1750 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router Ideal For Homes With Lots Of Connected Devices
Epson Pro Cinema 6040UB with 4K Enhancement Named Best New Home Entertainment Projector at CEDIA 2016
Revolabs Showcases Leading-Class Conferencing and Collaboration Solutions at SpiceWorld 2016 IT Conference
CEDIA Best New Product Award Finalist Datasat Sets Sights on Europe and Delivering an Exceptional Experience at ISE 2017
WallyHome™ Introduces Second Generation Monitoring System With "Rapid Response" To Help Homeowners Prevent Serious Property Damage
Mike Brown for Inverse: The world’s first data transmission over a power grid has been successfully completed, paving the way for a decentralized future where smart houses tell each other how much energy they need. The tests, conducted by Reactive Technologies in the UK, sends data along the 50Hz electricity signal that passes through sub-station transformers that link up the country’s grid. The wires themselves have been used to send data before, but it’s getting through those transformers that’s never been done.
“We are keen to support innovative products like this one that can bring a real benefit for customers,” Cordi O’Hara, director of systems operator at National Grid, told The Guardian on Tuesday. “It represents another step forward in the development of the smart grid technologies that are going to play an increasingly important role in the energy systems of the future.” Cont'd...
Keynotes Announced for SMPTE 2016 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition and for SMPTE 2016 Symposium
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