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OKI Intros Wide-Format ColorPainter E-64s

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OKI Europe adds a wide-format printer to the ColorPainter series-- the E-64s, a 64-inch wide format printer equipped with the same ColorPainter technology as the M-64s and H3-104s.

ColorPainter E64sThe E-64s uses high-pigment ECO solvent ink to deliver optimum levels of colour for both indoor and outdoor applications at all print speeds. The company promises results are impressive whether printing on back- or front-lit materials, technical textiles, wallpaper, canvas, hard PVC, banner, vinyl and many other types of media.

An optional ioniser supports high quality print output when printing indoors, while user-friendly construction and functionality ensures easy printer management and handling from preparation to operation.

Nureva Intros HDL300 System

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Nureva announces the ISE 2017 debut of the HDL300, an audio conferencing system armed with innovative Microphone Mist Technology poised to establish a new platform for audio conferencing.

Nureval HDL300The HDL300 conferencing system promises a natural listening experience for people calling into meetings where participants are actively collaborating and working at different locations in the room. Patent-pending Microphone Mist technology places 8192 virtual microphones throughout the room to pick sound from any location, before a combination of hardware and sophisticated algorithms simultaneously process sound from all virtual microphones.

I2C, SPI Buses Get Update After 35 Years

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It is a fact older technologies are either forgotten or remain in use by industry. Two examples are the I2C (Inter Integrated Circuits) and SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) communication buses, which only now are receiving an update in the shape of the I3C protocol.

I3C InterfaceI2C was created in 1982, while the older SPI was born in 1979. The two buses drive short-range communications between circuits and microcontrollers, and remain the key interfaces for sensor-related communication in smart devices, wearables and computers. But such buses cannot handle the requirements of today's bandwidth-hungry sensors, bringing about the need for an update. Enter I3C, a bus combining I2C and SPI created by body in charge of interface specifications for mobile and mobile-influenced interfaces, the MIPI Alliance.

Google Cloud Platform Gets Key Management

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Google adds the Key Management Service (KMS) to its Cloud Platform-- a means for enterprises to create, use, rotate and destroy AES-256 standard encryption keys on the cloud.

key managementCloud KMS is an alternative to the on-premise management of keys. As such it is ideal for customers moving more workloads on the cloud, and is an update on a more basic version of KMS for users wanting to supply own encryption keys.

"With Cloud KMS, you can manage symmetric encryption keys in a cloud-hosted solution, whether they’re used to protect data stored in [Google Cloud Platform] or another environment," a company blog post announcing the service adds.

Gartner: IT Spending Grows 2.7% in 2017

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Global IT spending is set to reach $3.5 trillion in 2017, Gartner reports-- a 2.7% increase over 2016, if one below previous growth rate projections reaching 3%.

"2017 was poised to be a rebound year in IT spending. Some major trends have converged, including cloud, blockchain, digital business and artificial intelligence," the analyst says. "Normally, this would have pushed IT spending much higher than 2.7% growth. However, some of the political uncertainty in global markets has fostered a wait-and-see approach causing many enterprises to forestall IT investments."

Gartner IT Spending

Devices (PCs, tablets, ultramobiles and mobile phones) spending is projected to remain flat in 2017 at $589 billion, before a PC replacement cycle and strong premium untramobile pricing and functionality helps drive growth in 2018. Also pushing growth is the mobile phone replacement cycle in emerging markets, since such regions tend to use smartphones as a main computing device, demanding more frequent replacements.

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