Tag: memory

  • Everything You Need to Know About Translation Memory

    Everything You Need to Know About Translation Memory

    If you are using an advanced translation management system, it would definitely have a translation memory included. It is an amazing translation generation tool that has made it easier for brands to build a multilingual presence globally. It will save your translation time and make it easier for you to market your brand to foreign…

  • Most Common Software Bugs Found During Testing in 2022

    Most Common Software Bugs Found During Testing in 2022

    Before you launch an app or a platform, you should test it. It ensures the product function as expected. However, even with testing, some software bugs can still make it through. If you don’t have an in-house software team, you can outsource the task to a software tester company. Either way, it helps to know…

  • MIPI introduces new networking tech that doubles mobile data transfer rate to 23 gigabits per second

    MIPI introduces new networking tech that doubles mobile data transfer rate to 23 gigabits per second

    The MIPI Alliance, an international organization that develops interface specifications for mobile and mobile-influenced industries, has unveiled a major update to its MIPI M-PHY physical-layer interface for connecting the latest generation of flash memory-based storage and other high data rate applications in advanced 5G smartphones, wearables, PCs, industrial IoT, and automobiles.  Version 5.0 of the…

  • High-energy shape memory polymer could enable robots ‘flex their muscles’

    High-energy shape memory polymer could enable robots ‘flex their muscles’

    A high-energy shape memory polymer could someday enable robots to “flex their muscles”, according its developers. When stretched or deformed, shape memory polymers return to their original shapes after heat or light is applied. These materials show great promise for soft robotics, smart biomedical devices and deployable space structures, but until now they haven’t been…

  • DFI brings accurate indoor positioning for e-commerce warehousing

    DFI brings accurate indoor positioning for e-commerce warehousing

    DFI’s embedded computers have helped the largest e-commerce platform in Taiwan to realize a more accurate indoor positioning in smart warehouse. Affected by the raging Covid-19, the public avoids going out in fear of infection. Not only has e-commerce orders surged, but significant e-commerce companies must also expand the deployment of more advanced robots, such…

  • B&R unveils ‘high-end’ computer for autonomous agricultural and construction vehicles

    B&R unveils ‘high-end’ computer for autonomous agricultural and construction vehicles

    Industrial automation company B&R, a subsidiary of ABB, is adding a new high-end computer to its mobile automation portfolio. The company says the new computer offers significantly more processing power and memory, giving it plenty of resources to implement autonomous functions for agricultural and construction vehicles or self-driving transport systems. The computer is specially designed…

  • New electronic skin developed to make robots ‘feel pain’

    New electronic skin developed to make robots ‘feel pain’

    Scientists at the RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia have developed a new type of “electronic skin” that could make robots and other machines more sensitive to touch and contact. The researchers say their “pain-sensing” prototype mimics the human body’s near-instant feedback response and reacts to painful sensations with the same lighting speed that nerve signals…

  • Samsung expands chipmaking capacity

    Samsung expands chipmaking capacity

    Samsung Electronics, the smartphone giant which is also one of the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturers, is expanding its NAND flash production capacity in Pyeongtaek, Korea. The company says the development will reinforce the company’s ability to meet demands from emerging technologies. Construction, which began this May, will pave the way for mass production of Samsung’s…

  • Teradyne begins shipping new mobile memory testing equipment

    Teradyne begins shipping new mobile memory testing equipment

    Teradyne, the company which owns Universal Robots and Mobile Industrial Robots, has successfully ramped high volume production of its new Magnum EPIC memory tester which provides flexibility to fully cover LPDDR5, DDR5, GDDR6, and future DRAM devices. These next-generation memories deliver nearly twice the bandwidth of the previous generation to improve the performance of 5G…

  • SICK launches new superfast camera system for industrial processes

    SICK launches new superfast camera system for industrial processes

    SICK has launched a new superfast camera system for industrial environments. The sensor specialist says the new “EventCam” can eliminate spontaneous errors in the manufacturing process. This industrial-grade 2D camera brings clarity when unexplained gripping, handling, and positioning problems arise or when unreproducible installation errors or machine downtimes occur.