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Just Add Power Announces 2G+4+ Video Tiling Processor

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Just Add Power 2G+4+The Just Add Power 2G+4+ is a 1U rack-mountable video tiling processor able to display 4 or more HDMI sources on a single screen (or multiple single screens) at 1080p in an array of viewing modes.

First seen at CEDIA Expo 2015, the 2G+4+ displays a single source device full screen, 4 sources in quad view or 4 sources arranged as one large tile with 3 smaller tiles positioned horizontally or vertically along the bottom or side. Installers can implement in any scenario demanding HDMI video matrixing and multi-view/video tiling in tandem, in any size.

FTC Sets to Block Staples-Office Depot Merger

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The $6.3 billion Office Depot-Staples acquisition hits a snag-- The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) files a lawsuit claiming the merger means higher prices and fewer options for companies buying office supplies in bulk.

Staples Office Depot“The Commission has reason to believe that the proposed merger between Staples and Office Depot is likely to eliminate beneficial competition that large companies rely on to reduce the costs of office supplies,” An FTC statement reads.

The lawsuit has the approval of all four current FTC commissioners.

Samsung Produces 128GB Server TSV DRAM Modules

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Samsung mass produces what it says is the first through silicon via (TSV) DDR4 memory in 128GB modules designed for enterprise server and datacentre use.

Samsung RAMAn update on the 64GB TSV DDR4 DRAM modules introduced in 2014, the new Samsung TSV DRAM modules claim the largest capacity and highest neergy efficiency around, while offering high speeds and "excellent" reliability. Each 128GB TSV DDR4 RDIMM carries 144 DDR4 chips arranged into 36 4GB DRAM packages. Each package in turn contains four 20nm-based 8Gb chips assembled using TSV packaging technology.

TSV technology involves the grinding of chip dies down to a few dozen micrometers before piercing with hundreds of fine holes. Electrodes are then passed vertically through the holes, a process allowing for data transmission speeds of up to 2400Mbps.

Pexip Adds Fusion Technology to Infinity 11

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Collaboration software developer Pexip announces Infinity 11-- now with Fusion technology, a means to enhance Skype for Business or Lync when used by standards-based SIP or H.323 users.

Pexip Infinity 11Fusion kicks in automatically during video-based meetings using a mixe of Skype for Business and legacy videoconferencing. Skype for Business users get the familiar layouts, participant listings and meeting controls, and are able to drag and drop Pexip Virtual Meeting Room (VMR) contacts into meetings to seamlessly merge meetings based on different technology.

Skype users appear as standard videoconferencing participants to legacy users, while content sharing capabilities allow the seamless sharing of presentations, documents and other content to all meeting participants.

Ingram Micro Acquires Odin Automation Platform

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Ingram Micro bolsters its Cloud division as it buys the Odin Serivce Automation platform from cloud management technologies vendor Parallels for an undisclosed sum.

IM OdinThe deal covers the Odin platform, associated cloud management technologies, IP and approximately 500 employees, mostly software engineersinvolved in platform development. Ingram Micro says the platform should continue running as an independent business unit, one with a customer base counting over 4000 hosting companies, 300 telecom companies and 200000 resellers.

Ingram Micro is already familiar with Odin-- after all, the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace has been running on the platform since 2013.

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