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ZyXEL Enters Internet of Things Concept

rom lighting controls to networking solutions ZyXEL begins their product line with a sturdy and fully functional centerpiece, the router/server. ZyXEL's concern was centered over the ability to harmonize a complete system intelligently with a center "brain"...

Edimax Enters Internet of Things – Taitra

Edimax has been known for its networking abilities, from producing home routers to diversifying a corporate headquarters with the full network topology with industrial level routers and hubs. But as we come closer to the future of Edimax we begin to see their vision on how wide they want their hardware to span. Wide enough to potentially cover a full cityscape, and then theory met development. With a few models right now being tested in the city, these wireless devices are capable of spanning out a wireless signal across a large field. Think in the lines any radio frequency method that expands a city like AM and FM,but i speculate a certain frequency range that has both data and integrity dependability.

Taitra Gigabyte Ups the Power for eGaming

So with the rise of eSports Gigabyte enters the media centric gaming route by working with Twitch and specializing their Aorus, as George Carlin an American comedian said clearly "We are a warlike people". Thus, the 'warlike' theme continues as the Aorus boasts a camouflage design that is embeded into the plastic itself and not a paintjob on the outside...

Taitra Thermaltake Headquarters Conference and Tour

Just say Thermaltake and the inner gamer begins to stir up from the deep busy day by day work week. Try and get away from the challenge of exciting and stressing your mind under strategic processes to overcome your opponent. Now try and do so without a proper cooling system, mouse dpi, keyboard swiftness and ergonomics to top off the comfort factor. You couldn't, you simply cannot perform at maximum capacity without the little details... Now try not squealing while walking through the main headquarters of Thermaltake with its own built in League of Legends gaming room. I couldn't, can you?

Acer Headquarters Tour -Taitra

A tour of Acer, quite nice to see the headquarters of one the biggest low to mid end systems available to the masses. Their strategies became apparent as they began explaining their plans for the western market, namely the US. They began with their focus on software and cloud-based system integration, named “BYOC” short for Bring your own cloud (if that isn’t western I don’t know what is!). A process of integrating tablets, computers, and countless other ACER systems to the cloud process...Obvious attempt at gaining market share in the service business, which will be apparent later in this article...

Understanding the Differences Between Cloud Deployment Models

Cloud computing is transforming how organizations operate in the digital age as physical servers and traditional methods are increasingly being replaced by always-on Internet applications and storage. Leveraging the public cloud can be hugely beneficial as it cuts capital expenditure significantly and offers increased flexibility and scalability; however, you need to take a closer look at security, compliance and IT management continuity to decide the best course of action for your business. There are four primary cloud deployment models your business could adopt. We will look at the three most popular forms.