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Artificial Intelligence: Get on Board or Get out of the Way


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Artificial intelligence – machines’ ability to learn on their own – promises to change the way business is done. “It really is a new kind of industrial revolution, ” says Derek Riley, Ph.D., computer science program director at Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE). “Much the way assembly lines revolutionized how things were made, AI technology […]

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Dedicated Computing & MSOE – A Bold Step Taken


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New 64,000 sq. ft. computational facility will focus on artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, and cybersecurity. Dedicated Computing recently unveiled the DC Data Analytics Laboratory as part of their on-going partnership with the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE). The unveiling was in conjunction with MSOE’s grand opening ceremonies for the new Dwight and Dian Diercks […]

Extending Security and Reliability: Excellence in Medical Device Support Blends Remote and Onsite Strategies


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Proactive Service Demands Real-time Insight Into Medical Device Performance, Balances Costs and Risk Keeping healthcare systems in the field as long as possible is an exceptional demand for embedded manufacturers. Support strategies play a critical role, recognizing that security is a primary design requirement in healthcare systems. These concerns must be considered at the earliest […]

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NVIDIA Security Updates Issued


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NVIDIA Issues Warning for Updating Windows 10 for GeForce, NVS, Quadro And Tesla Drivers NVIDIA has released a software security update for the NVIDIA GPU Display Driver. This update addresses issues that may lead to local code execution, denial of service, or escalation of privileges. For access to NVIDIA driver updates and more information, click […]

Going Beyond Device Repair: Strategic Support Takes Ownership of Product Performance


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For OEMs, a competitive service model yields longer lifecycle and reduced costs Developing high performance computing systems for the long haul is a powerful tenet of embedded design and manufacturing. In today’s industrial PC landscape, a service department within the Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) is more than just a repair center, and extended support is […]

System Selection: Smart Hardware Choices Enable a Cascade of Value


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Lifecycle Longevity, System Performance, and Reliability Smarter hardware choices and system selection enable a cascade of value for embedded systems, including cost savings, system performance and overall total cost of ownership (TCO). OEMs and ISVs who live in a software-first world, can save big with deeper conversations and planning sessions with their ODM around the […]