Global power system simulator market was valued at $ 960 million in 2019 and is projected to reach USD 1.38 billion by 2025

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Global Power System Simulator Market, By Module (Load Flow, Harmonic, Short Circuit, Device Coordination Selectivity, & Others), By Offerings (Software, Hardware & Services), By End-Users (Power, Industrial, & Others), By Region, Competition, Forecast & Opportunities, 2025

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Global power system simulator market was valued at $ 960 million in 2019 and is projected to reach USD 1.38 billion by 2025, owing to rising emphasis on power generation through renewable resources and adoption of IoT as well as cloud-based platforms, globally. Power system simulator is a software tool used by various power system engineers to simulate electrical power transmission, generation & distribution for round-the-clock maintenance and is helpful in reducing the overall downtime of the projects.

Furthermore, a

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Industrial IoT (IIoT) Platforms, 2020

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MIDDLETON, Mass., Sept. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Quadrant Knowledge Solutions announced today that it has named Eurotech, a global company that integrates hardware, software, services and expertise to deliver building blocks for full Internet of Things solutions, as the 2020 technology leader in the SPARK Matrix analysis of the global Industrial IoT (IIoT) platforms market.

Quadrant Knowledge Solutions SPARK Matrix™: Industrial IoT (IIoT) Platforms, 2020 report examined Eurotech and sixteen other vendors by evaluating the company’s product portfolios, technology strategies, market presence, and customer value proposition. Quadrant Knowledge Solutions’ SPARK Matrix provides a snapshot of key market participants and a visual representation of their positioning, along with strategic insights on how each vendor participant ranks related to its competitors along several axis representing a range of performance parameters coinciding with technology excellence and customer impact.

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) platform includes an integrated software suite that helps industrial

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What is SASE? A cloud service that marries SD-WAN with security

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Secure access service edge (SASE) is a network architecture that rolls software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) and security into a cloud service that promises simplified WAN deployment, improved efficiency and security, and to provide appropriate bandwidth per application.

Because it’s a cloud service, SASE (pronounced “sassy”) can be readily scaled up and scaled down and billed based on usage. As a result, it can be an attractive option in a time of rapid change.

While some vendors in this space offer hardware devices to connect at-home employees and corporate data centers to their SASE networks, most vendors handle the connections through software clients or virtual appliances.

Gartner created the term SASE and first described it in a 2019 white paper that lays out its goals and what a SASE implementation should look like. The consulting firm notes that SASE is still developing and that all of its features may not

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I confess, I’m scared of the next generation of supercomputers

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Earlier this year, a Japanese supercomputer built on Arm-based Fujitsu A64FX processors snatched the crown of world’s fastest machine, blowing incumbent leader IBM Summit out of the water.

Fugaku, as the machine is known, achieved 415.5 petaFLOPS by the popular High Performance Linpack (HPL) benchmark, which is almost three times the score of the IBM machine (148.5 petaFLOPS).

It also topped the rankings for Graph 500, HPL-AI and HPCH workloads – a feat never before achieved in the world of high performance computing (HPC).

Modern supercomputers are now edging ever-closer to the landmark figure of one exaFLOPS (equal to 1,000 petaFLOPS), commonly described as the exascale barrier. In fact, Fugaku itself can already achieve one exaFLOPS, but only in lower precision modes.

The consensus among the experts we spoke to is that a single machine will breach the exascale barrier within the next 6 – 24 months, unlocking

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Worldwide Software-Defined Data Center Industry to 2025 – Featuring Dell Technologies, Oracle & IBM Among Others

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The “Software-Defined Data Center Market by Component (Hardware, Software, and Services), Type (Software-Defined Compute, Software-Defined Storage, and Software-Defined Data Center Networking), Organization Size, Vertical, and Region – Global Forecast to 2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The global SDDC market is estimated to be USD 43,719 million in 2020 and projected to reach USD 1,20,317 million by 2025, at a CAGR of 22.4% during the forecast period.

The need for modernizing IT infrastructure to achieve agility, scalability, and flexibility at scale to drive the growth of the SDDC market.

The Software-Defined Data Center(SDDC) market is expected to grow at a fast pace, owing to the growing need for enhancing infrastructure resiliency and service uptime, cost benefits associated with network automation and reduced energy usage, and reduced dependency on legacy hardware and hardware vendors. In addition to this, the growing adoption of multi-cloud strategy across organizations to reap both

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Managing Complexity in the New Era of HPC

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By Bill Wagner, CEO Bright Computing

Until recently, High Performance Computing (HPC) was a fairly mature and predictable area of information technology. It was characterized by a narrow category of applications used by a largely fixed set of industries running on predominantly Intel-based on-premise systems. But over the last few years, all of that has begun to change. New technologies, cloud, edge, and a broadening set of commercial use cases in the areas of data analytics and machine learning have set in motion a tsunami of change for HPC. This is no longer a tool for rocket scientists and the research elite. HPC is quickly becoming a strategic necessity for all industries that want to gain a competitive advantage in their markets, or at least keep pace with their industry peers in order to survive.

While HPC has given commercial users a powerful set of new tools that drive innovation,

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The best fleet management software and services 2020

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As any company that manages multiple vehicles can tell you, fleet management can be both complex and time-consuming. Fortunately, you have several options when it comes to fleet management software (FMS), which can greatly facilitate the task.

Fleet management software is designed to help businesses improve efficiency, reduce costs, manage mobile assets anywhere and at any time, respond quickly to customer demand, and better understand commercial trends. To meet these goals, the best fleet management software performs a variety of functions, including GPS tracking and adding and organizing fleet assets.

The right fleet management software can also significantly improve day-to-day operations and the financial success of your business. In fact, according to a survey by FMS provider Teletrac, 55% of respondents were able to reduce costs and keep assets and drivers safer thanks to driver monitoring (32%), speed prevention, (26%), and fatigue monitoring (30%), all common features of fleet management

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A little early effort in security can return a huge payoff

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There’s no shortage of companies that need help configuring devices securely, or vendors seeking to remediate vulnerabilities. But from our vantage point at NCC Group, we mostly see devices when working directly with OEMs confronting security issues in their products — and by this point, it’s usually too late to do much. We root out as many vulnerabilities as we can in the time allotted, but many security problems are already baked in. That’s why we advocate so strongly for security early in the development process.

Product Development

Product development for an embedded system has all the stages you expect to find in textbooks. While formal security assessments are most common in the quality testing phase, there is a role for security in all phases.


Figure 1: Typical product design cycle

Requirements and Threat Modelling

We see major security problems introduced even during requirements gathering. Insufficient due diligence here can

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2020 Military & Aerospace Technology Innovators Awards

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NASHUA, N.H. – Military & Aerospace Electronics and Intelligent Aerospace have announced their 2020 Technology Innovators Awards to recognize companies offering substantial military, aerospace, and avionics design solutions.

Awards are in three tiers — ranging from platinum, the highest, to the gold awards, and finally to the silver awards — and are based on the recommendations of an independent panel of industry judges.

Platinum awards

The TITAN On Board Vehicle Power (OBVP) system for medium tactical vehicles and heavy trucks from a partnership of Leonardo DRS and Allison Transmission uses a transmission integral generator is able to produce as much power as 125 kilowatts. The retrofit kit encompasses the same volume as the standard transmission, and converts mechanical energy into electrical energy directly from the vehicle’s engine. The system is maintenance-free, extends battlefield mobility, and reduces logistical footprint.

The 20-nanometer radiation-tolerant XQRKU060 Kintex UltraScale field-programmable gate array (FPGA) from Xilinx

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Omnitracs acquires SmartDrive to expand fleet technology offerings

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Omnitracs is acquiring the video-based safety and fleet intelligence company SmartDrive, which would combine two transportation technology leaders to create an industry-first, end-to-end platform designed to optimize safety, driver productivity, routing, dispatch and compliance.

The new combined company will, for the first time, unite driving context with operational insight across hundreds of billions of data points to transform the experience for the driver, back office, and customer service alike. Omnitracs, which offers SaaS-based fleet management and data analytics solutions in transportation technology, announced the deal on Sept. 9. 

The company touted the potential of the two organizations bringing their technological advancements — such as pervasive connectivity, advanced hardware, and the power of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) — together to unlock value and improve efficiency across all aspects of the $60 billion transportation technology industry. 

Omnitracs CEO Ray Greer said he has long admired SmartDrive’s customer-centric approach

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