Exclusive: Acer to Soon Launch 70-Inch Premium Smart TV, Audio Peripherals in India

Exclusive: Acer to Soon Launch 70-Inch Premium Smart TV, Audio Peripherals in India
        | Published: Friday, September 16, 2022, 18:01 [IST] Acer recently launched a premium series of smart TVs -- the Acer TV S series and the TV H series with features like a 4K UHD display, Dolby Atmos, Vision Support, and up to 60W speaker setup. Post the product launch, we had an opportunity to interact with Mr. Anand Dubey, CEO, of Indkal Technologies the brand licensee of Acer Home Entertainment business in India.Here is what we learned from Mr. Anand Dubey regarding the company's current lineup of products and plans for the upcoming days.How The Acer TV I-Series Is Different From S And H Series?In response to this question, Anand said "philosophically, what we want to do is make sure that we present a buying option to each type of customer. What that means is, playing across a wider segment with a wider spectrum of...

realme AIoT Sports gadgets Malaysia release: special launch price from RM49 exclusively on Shopee

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Today, realme Malaysia just announced another round of AIoT products for the Malaysian market. This time around, the realme Watch 2 Pro, Buds Wireless 2, Buds Wireless 2 Neo and a Pocket Bluetooth Speaker are coming starting from the end of May 2021 onwards from a starting price of RM79, but with some special price launch promotion. The realme Watch 2 Pro looks quite similar to the Watch 2 and this goes the same for the features too. Featuring a slightly larger 1.75-inch Large Color Display, it has 90 Sports Modes for sports enthusiasts as well as a dual-satellite GPS. It will be available at every realme Authorised Store starting on 29 May 2021. Speaking of sports, the realme Buds Wireless 2 and Buds Wireless 2 Neo are perfect for joggers. Featuring an Active Noise Cancellation up to 25dB and Sony LDAC Hi-Res Audio, it should be quite a treat...

Atos and SENAI CIMATEC Launch Center of Excellence in Quantum Computing in Brazil

Atos and SENAI CIMATEC Launch Center of Excellence in Quantum
SALVADOR, Brazil and PARIS, May 5, 2021 — Atos and SENAI CIMATEC, one of Brazil’s leading education, research and innovation institutes, announce Brazil’s first Center of Excellence in Quantum Computing dedicated to the business sector. Located in Salvador, Bahia, the Latin America Quantum Computing Center (LAQCC) aims to promote the adoption of quantum technologies, provide training to build a local quantum computing workforce and encourage scientific research in the most diverse areas, such as chemistry and biology. The LAQCC will enable business users to build technological roadmaps and conduct impact studies, algorithm investigations and applied research projects. “SENAI CIMATEC will be the first institution focused on Quantum Computing Technology – QCT in Bahia and one of the few nationwide. Our partnership with Atos positions us as...

Atos and SENAI CIMATEC launch Center of Excellence in Quantum Computing in Brazil

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Salvador (Brazil) and Paris (France), 5 May 2021 – Atos and SENAI CIMATEC, one of Brazil’s leading education, research and innovation institutes, announce Brazil’s first Center of Excellence in Quantum Computing dedicated to the business sector.Located in Salvador, Bahia, the Latin America Quantum Computing Center (LAQCC) aims to promote the adoption of quantum technologies, provide training to build a local quantum computing workforce and encourage scientific research in the most diverse areas, such as chemistry and biology. The LAQCC will enable business users to build technological roadmaps and conduct impact studies, algorithm investigations and applied research projects.“SENAI CIMATEC will be the first institution focused on Quantum Computing Technology - QCT in Bahia and one of the few nationwide. Our partnership with Atos positions...

IIT Roorkee To Launch Online Certification Course In Cloud Computing, Data Science, Software Development

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IIT Roorkee to launch online certification course New Delhi: The Electronics and ICT Academy (E and ICT) of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee has signed a memorandum of understanding with a edutech company named ‘Great Learning’ to launch an online certification course in software development, cloud computing and data science. ...

Technology Innovation Institute Joins the Quantum Computing Challenge with Launch of Open-Source ‘Qibo’

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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:  Technology Innovation Institute (TII), the applied research pillar of Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC), today announced that its Quantum Research Centre (QRC) has developed the first simulation version of 'Qibo', a versatile open-source quantum computing programming framework, in collaboration with researchers from around the world.   This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210426005389/en/   Professor José Ignacio Latorre, Chief Researcher, Quantum Research Centre (QRC), Technology Innovation Institute (TII) (Photo: AETOSWire) The development follows a series of rapid...

Technology Innovation Institute Joins the Quantum Computing Challenge with Launch of Open-Source ‘Qibo’

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Article content ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — Technology Innovation Institute (TII), the applied research pillar of Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC), today announced that its Quantum Research Centre (QRC) has developed the first simulation version of ‘Qibo’, a versatile open-source quantum computing programming framework, in collaboration with researchers from around the world. The development follows a series of rapid announcements at TII since the first ATRC board meeting in August 2020. TII strives to create innovation for a better world. The development of an open-source programming framework will have compelling benefits for the global research community. Qibo is designed to support quantum algorithms across different computer systems, including support to hardware accelerators such as graphics processing units...

Technology Innovation Institute Joins the Quantum Computing Challenge with Launch of Open-Source ‘Qibo’

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ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Technology Innovation Institute (TII), the applied research pillar of Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC), today announced that its Quantum Research Centre (QRC) has developed the first simulation version of 'Qibo', a versatile open-source quantum computing programming framework, in collaboration with researchers from around the world. The development follows a series of rapid announcements at TII since the first ATRC board meeting in August 2020. TII strives to create innovation for a better world. The development of an open-source programming framework will have compelling benefits for the global research community. Qibo is designed to support quantum algorithms across different computer systems, including support to hardware accelerators such as graphics processing units (GPUs) and...

Verizon, AWS launch private mobile 5G edge computing integrations

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Verizon Business and Amazon Web Services said they will start delivering private mobile edge computing to enterprises in the US via integration with Verizon's private 5G network and AWS Outposts. The two partners will start providing private edge computing platforms to be used in factories, warehouses, school campuses, as well as autonomous robots. Corning plans to use Verizon 5G Edge with AWS Outposts for self-guided vehicles and robotics in its smart factory.Must read:Verizon and AWS outlined a partnership at re:Invent 2019 and has expanded it since. The mobile edge computing (MEC) offering offers unified connectivity, compute, and storage and is fully managed. Verizon's Private 5G Edge platform will connect with AWS services, APIs, and tools on AWS Outposts. For good measure, two smaller AWS Outposts with 1U and 2U form...

IonQ plans to launch a rack-mounted quantum computer for data centers in 2023 – TechCrunch

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Quantum computing startup IonQ today announced its road map for the next few years — following a similar move from IBM in September — and it’s quite ambitious, to say the least. At our Disrupt event earlier this year, IonQ CEO and president Peter Chapman suggested that we were only five years away from having desktop quantum computers. That’s not something you’ll likely hear from the company’s competitors — who also often use a very different kind of quantum technology — but IonQ now says that it will be able to sell modular, rack-mounted quantum computers for the data center in 2023 and that by 2025, its systems will be powerful enough to achieve broad quantum advantage across a wide variety of use cases. In an interview ahead of today’s announcement, Chapman showed me a prototype of the hardware the company is working on for...