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ICF Taiwan: ICF’s first regional branch in Asia

Founded in 1999, ICG headquartered in New York, USA, aims to study and promote to the world the best practices of the broadband economy and information and communications technology (ICT). To promote global publicity, it established ICF Canada in 2015. In view of Taiwan’s proactive and aggressive performance to promote

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AMD Ships First “Interlagos” CPUs based on Bulldozer

  AMD today has announced revenue shipments of the first processors based on its new x86 “Bulldozer” architecture. Initial production of the world’s first 16-core x86 processor, codenamed “Interlagos,” began in August and shipping to OEM customers is already underway. The 8-core desktop version codenamed Zambezi is still slated for announcement

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NVIDIA Tesla Success Stories

  Based on the CUDA™ architecture codenamed “Fermi”, the Tesla™ M-class GPU Computing Modules are the world’s fastest parallel computing processors for high performance computing (HPC). Tesla GPU’s high performance makes them ideal for seismic processing, biochemistry simulations, weather and climate modeling, signal processing, computational finance, CAE, CFD, and data

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ad:tech Singapore 2011 Kicks Off: Some Interesting Facts

ad:tech Singapore 2011 enters its fourth year today where brands, agencies and publishers come forth to share new ideas, new technologies and know-hows on the digital front. Leading agencies like BBDO/Proximity, Grey Group, Starcom, Dentsu, Omnicom, Hakuhodo and major publishers such as Financial Times, Wall Street Journal Asia, Bloomberg are listed

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Esoterism : Apple Style at its Best

During one of the hectic days at COMPUTEX last week, our attention was captured by a rather special booth that had paints poured all over. Upon further investigation, it is actually a relatively young Taiwanese startup known as Esoterism who specialises in making accessories for Apple products. Not just ordinary accessories but

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A-DATA Demos SandForce-Based mSATA SSDs

Over at COMPUTEX, A-DATA has a rather interesting line-up of SSDs based on SandForce controllers from top to bottom. For the performance category, they have the S511 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s in capacities of 60/120/240/480GB utilizing the SandForce SF-2200 controller and Intel 25nm Compute NAND with 550/520MB read/write speeds. What is more interesting

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Enermax Showcases Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Enermax has been making some pretty nice keyboards like the Acrylux and Aurora series and is now exploring mechanical keyboards. For the first time, they have showcased a very early prototype of their mechanical gaming keyboard known as the KB01X. No further specs are available except that it is fitted with

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