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Nureva Ships HDL300

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Nureva announces it started shipping the HDL300-- an audio conferencing system featuring Microphone Mist technology placing 8192 virtual microphones throughout a meeting room.

Nureva HDLFirst revealed back at InfoComm 2016, the HDL300 uses real-time hardware and sophisticated algorithms to simultaneously process sound from all virtual microphones to provide participants with a high quality listening experience. As a result, all participants are clearly heard regardless of their position in the room or the direction they are facing, resolving poor audio pickup issues.

The system's audio processing unit handles up to 15000 MIPS, making it more powerful than conventional systems. Further additions include continuous self-calibrations, simultaneous echo cancellation, position-based automatic gain and sound masking.

LG Goes Transparent With Film Display

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LG Business Solutions unveils a unique LED display at InfoComm 2017-- the Transparent LED Film Display, a digital signage offering the company says ushers it into an "entirely new product segment."

LED FilmThe LED Film display (model LAT300MT1) offers digital content and information while interacting seamlessly with its surroundings. Each panel contains 256 LED pixels handling gray-scale tones and brightness of up to 1000 nits. The product support standard and irregular aspect ratios.

The 30mm Pixel Pitch display is 0.8mm thin, and can be installed on any existing glass surface using its self-adhesive transparent film. This makes it ideal for indoor and window-facing areas with large glass surfaces, such as retail storefront windows, mass transit rail platforms, safety barriers and even tall glass elevator shafts.

IDC: All-Flash "Shines" in EMEA External Storage

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The EMEA enterprise external storage market continues to decline in Q1 2017, IDC reports-- revenue is down by -3.9% Y-o-Y, even as the all-flash market exceeds expectations with 100.7% growth.

All-flash is particularly popular in W. Europe and MEA, where it sees "accelerated" growth. On the other hand, the traditional HDD segment is down by -34.7% in Q1 2017.

IDC External Storage

"Brexit uncertainty, unfavorable exchange rates, major vendors' internal reorganisations, and increased component costs for SSD have weighed down on EMEA performance once again, making Q1 2017 the 9th quarter of uninterrupted decline for the region," the analyst says. "However, as enterprises progress in their digital transformation paths, sales of all-flash array systems, standalone or converged, see no crisis in sight, doubling their sales compared to the same period a year ago and reaching a quarter of total sales."

Gartner: Cloud-Based Security to Grow 21% in 2017

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The global cloud-based security service market will continue seeing strong growth in 2017, Gartner reports-- the market reaches $5.9 billion this year, a 21% increase over 2016.

Cloud securityOverall cloud-based security growth is above the total information security market, and as such the analyst forecasts it will reach "close" to $9bn by 2020. Driving such growth are mainstream services addressing security information and event management (SIEM) and access management (IAM), while emerging offerings such as threat intelligence enablement, cloud-based malware sandboxes, cloud-based data encryption, endpoint protection management, threat intelligence and web application firewalls (WAFs) are among the fastest-growing.

Also driving growth are SMBs-- such companies are increasingly aware of security threats. They also see the cloud as a means to reduce costs, especially for powering and cooling hardware-based security equipment and datacentre floor space.

Aruba Presents Core Switch

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Aruba Networks presents clear take on the Cisco Catalyst network switch line-- the Aruba 8400 Core Switch series, running on what what the company claims is the most advanced operating system, ArubaOS-CX.

Aruba 8400Promising to take a leap from "antiquated switching platforms," the 8400 is designed for mobility, cloud and IoT applications. It offers "carrier-class" performance, with immediate availability, better insights into troubleshooting and easier automation through a fully extensible fabric design. The Virtual Switching Framework (VSF) with two chassis scales up to 512 10GbE, 128 40Gbe or 96 100 Gigabit Ethernet ports.

Powering the 8400 is ArubaOS-CX-- a new operating system able to automate and simplify many critical and complex network tasks. It offers automated visibility via Aruba Network Analytics Engine (NAE), faster resultion with Network Insights, and a built-in Python interpreter and REST-based APIs for full programmability and easy integration with infrastructure and applications.

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