The F-35 Is Getting Some Major Computer and Software Upgrades

Introduced in the 1950s, the B-52 Stratofortress has remained in service thanks in part to the numerous upgrades it has received over the years. In fact, because it was introduced before the days of advanced computers, the B-52 has actually been at times much easier to update than more modern aircraft.

By contrast, the U.S. military’s highly advanced F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, which was developed with the latest and greatest aviation computer systems and software, has had no shortage of problems and bugs to work out, while upgrades have been anything but easy.

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Since its introduction, the F-35s ground-based ALIS logistical system, intended to streamline reporting and implement predictive maintenance, has for years remained buggy to the point of “dysfunctionality” – requiring constant manual inputs and workarounds when automated systems failed to do what they were supposed to do.

The problem with software has been so great that

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Hardware to consider adding to your 2021 IT budget

Many companies now have a remote workforce due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This remote work trend might not change in 2021 (particularly IT teams), so it’s helpful to ensure that your company has the best hardware in place to support employees as well as your on-premises needs. In order to get the most bang for your buck, find out how to decide which hardware to include in your tech budget, calculate costs, and choose the most affordable and top hardware.

How IT budgets are changing as a result of COVID-19

As many offices have shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, companies have had to switch gears and find new, efficient ways to continue with day-to-day operations. These challenges must be considered when planning the IT budget for 2021. 

Aaron Bianucci, head of information technology at cloud consultancy ServerCentral Turing Group, explains, “The hardest part in speaking about hardware and

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Sarcos Robotics raises $40 million to develop an exoskeleton for industrial applications

Sarcos Robotics, a startup developing robots for industrial and defense applications, today nabbed $40 million in equity financing, bringing its total venture capital raised to nearly $100 million. The company plans to use the capital to commercialize its first full-body, self-powered product — the Guardian XO — ahead of an anticipated 2021 ship date.

According to a 2020 Grand View Research report, the exoskeleton market could be worth $4.2 billion by 2027. The firm sees adoption growing steeply in health care, where exoskeletons could address the increased prevalence of spinal cord injuries in industries like security, disaster recovery, infrastructure inspection and maintenance, maritime, oil and gas, and mining. The National SCI Statistical Center reported 17,730 new spinal cord injuries in 2019 in the U.S. alone.

Sarcos spun out from the University of Utah in 1983 and for years operated as a bioengineering research institution. By 2000, the lab had expanded

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Video Conferencing Market Size Expected to Witness High Growth over the Forecast Period By 2025

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Selbyville, Delaware The Video Conferencing market analytical research added to Market Study Report, LLC, is an exhaustive study of the current trends driving this vertical across assorted geographies. Significant details pertaining to the market share, market size, application, statistics, and revenue are summed up in the research study. Also, this study undertakes a thorough competitive analysis of the business outlook, particularly emphasizing growth strategies espoused by market majors.

The Global Video Conferencing Market Analysis, 2020 market research report depicts a deep dive market analysis of statistics of Global Video Conferencing market which consists of Region-wise market size, forecast, CAGR market segmentation, market share of various Levels of components, Deployment Type, Enterprise Size, Type, Application, End-Use, etc.

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Serverless Architecture Market Growth, Share, Size, Price, Analysis, Industry Trends And Forecast 2020-2025 | Expert Market Research

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According to a new report by Expert Market Research titled, ‘Global Serverless Architecture Market Report and Forecast 2020-2025‘, the global serverless architecture market attained a value of USD 4 billion in 2019. The serverless architecture market is further expected to grow in the forecast period of 2020-2025 at a CAGR of 30% to reach USD 16 billion by 2025.

The global serverless architecture market is majorly being driven by the advances in computer technology, which allow companies to include a serverless environment. Incentives for the market growth include an increasing awareness of serverless architecture advantages, including improved process agility and reduced operating costs. From a developer’s point of view, their applications are further improved by benefits such as easy deployment, simpler operational administration, and zero device

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The Top Technology Trends Driving Open Networking

VP of Engineering at NVIDIA. Previously President and Chief Product Officer at Cumulus Networks before it’s acquisition by NVIDIA

Open networking is at the center of macro trends that are driving some of today’s biggest conversations around the future of the data center. According to a SDxCentral article that cites research from the 650 Group, “Open networking revenue (excluding hyperscalers) is expected to reach $1.35 billion by 2023, with a compound annual growth rate of 33% between 2019 and 2023.” It’s clear that adopting open networking has been on many company’s to-do list for a while now, and with the Covid-19 pandemic forcing businesses into a “digital acceleration,” we’re seeing companies double down on the technology.

The rise of hybrid and multicloud strategies is driving companies to reconsider the way their data centers are structured. As businesses decide where to run their applications, both legacy and new, data center

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The global access control market size is projected to grow from USD 8.6 billion in 2020 to USD 12.8 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 8.2%

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USD 8.6 billion in 2020 to USD 12.8 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 8.2%. Factors accelerating the growth of the access control market are the increasing number of terrorist attacks and organized crimes across the world, growing awareness regarding home security systems, ongoing technological advancements and rising deployment of wireless security systems, and increasing adoption of IoT-based security systems with cloud computing platforms. Continued adoption of Access Control as a Service (ACaaS), gradual implementation of mobile-based access control, rapid urbanization in emerging countries, and global proliferation of smart cities initiatives provide lucrative opportunities to the access control market.

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Card-based readers are expected to lead access control hardware market during the forecast period”
Card-based readers are

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Key Trends, Opportunities, Vendors and Forecasts

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The Energy Sector Invests In Agile Manufacturing Infrastructure

If we’ve learned anything from the last six months, it’s the need for more agility in manufacturing workflow and supply chains. The additive manufacturing sector has long been touting the benefits of 3-D printing, including agility and a digital manufacturing workflow, and it seems that this technology suite’s day in the sun has finally come.

Additive manufacturing enables flexibility throughout the production workflow, from design and prototyping to fabrication and post-processing. Despite the general malaise of 2020 as the world is riding out the impact of a major pandemic that has slowed or shuttered many supply chains, those utilizing 3-D printing have been able to keep going. With material and technological capabilities now suitable for end-use production, and decentralized manufacturing disrupting the need for international logistics, all eyes have been on 3-D printing.

Those eyes include investors’. The 3-D printing sector has been seeing ongoing multimillion-dollar investments even throughout the

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Google announces new services to simplify MLOps

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Google has announced a new set of services aimed at simplifying Machine Learning Operations (MLOps) for data scientists and machine learning (ML) engineers.

According to Google, companies are using machine learning to solve challenging problems, but machine learning systems can create unwanted technical debt if it is not managed well. Google noted that machine learning has a few maintenance challenges on top of all of the challenges of traditional code: unique hardware and software dependencies, testing and validation of data and code, and the fact that models degrade over time as technology advances. 

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“Put another way—creating an ML model is the easy part—operationalizing and managing the lifecycle of ML models, data and experiments is where it gets complicated,” Craig Wiley, director of product management for the Cloud AI Platform at Google, wrote in a post

One of the new services is

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