Z kraju Krakowska AGH nawiązała współpracę z Samsungiem
Firma Samsung Electronics oraz Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza w Krakowie podpisały umowę o współpracy, której celem jest realizowanie wspólnych inicjatyw dydaktycznych i badawczo-rozwojowych. Współpraca ma przynieść korzyści w pierwszej kolejności studentom informatyki oraz kierunków pokrewnych.
Porozumienie otwiera możliwość dofinansowania przez Samsunga prac dyplomowych i doktoranckich. Ponadto pozwoli na wymianę doświadczeń między środowiskiem akademickim a specjalistami przemysłowymi.
Dzięki podpisanej umowie AGH będzie mogła uzyskać od Samsunga finansowanie pilotażowych badań z zakresu technologii chmurowych i sieciowych.
Koreańska firma zaoferuje również praktyki dla studentów i doktorantów oraz zorganizuje seminaria technologiczne dla studentów i pracowników Katedry Informatyki Wydziału Informatyki, Elektroniki i Telekomunikacji.
piątek, 26 maja 2017 17:56
Guizhou Huaxintong Semiconductor Technology Co, a joint venture between Qualcomm Inc and the Guizhou provincial government, plans to start shipping China-customized server chips in 2018, a senior company executive said. Earlier this year, Qualcomm and the Guizhou government poured another $144 million into the company, bringing the total investment to 2.85 billion yuan. "We are scrambling to absorb all the licensed technologies from Qualcomm. We are also working on a customized encryption algorithm which will live up to China's security standards," said Wang Kai, CEO of Huaxintong. więcej na: www.chinadaily.com.cn
piątek, 26 maja 2017 16:01
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co announced plans to start trial production of 5 nm chips in the second quarter of 2019, as the world’s largest contract chipmaker sought to reassure clients of its role as a trusted technology and capacity partner. The remarks by TSMC came after rival Samsung Electronics Co on Wednesday announced plans to spin off its foundry business to avoid conflicts of interest with customers. “Our mission is to create technology and to provide capacity in catering to your needs. We can work together,” TSMC co-CEO C.C. Wei said at an annual technology symposium in Hsinchu. więcej na: www.taipeitimes.com
piątek, 26 maja 2017 13:56
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said it would set up a $445 million fund to help small suppliers, the highest-profile South Korean firm to unveil steps in the wake of new President Moon Jae-in's call to protect small businesses. Moon came to power this month promising to rein in the family-owned conglomerates that dominate Asia's fourth-largest economy. Calling himself the 'jobs president', he has also said he wants to discourage contract jobs, raise the minimum wage and reduce working hours. więcej na: www.reuters.com
piątek, 26 maja 2017 11:55
Andy Rubin is preparing to formally unveil the smartphone his new company, Essential, has been working on. Essential tweeted that “something big is coming” on May 30th, with Rubin himself adding that he and the team are “almost ready to share with you what we've been up to.” Rubin is scheduled to speak at Recode’s Code Conference on that date. Two months ago, Rubin offered a teaser glimpse of the phone, which has extremely minimal bezels and a display with curved corners - similar to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6. więcej na: www.theverge.com
piątek, 26 maja 2017 10:02
Raspberry Pi's credit card-sized computers have helped kickstart a coding revolution. Thanks to their low cost, major companies like Google and VMWare have distributed thousands of the DIY boards to children all over the world in the hope that it'll inspire the next generation of computer scientists. The Raspberry Pi Foundation routinely works with educational partners to get its computers in the right hands, and its latest announcement is set to boost that outreach even more. The foundation confirmed that it is to merge with CoderDojo to form what it believes will be the biggest code-promoting organization on the planet. więcej na: www.engadget.com
piątek, 26 maja 2017 07:58
In view of fast growing demand for 18:9 all-screen displays from smartphone vendors, panel makers will expand production of such panels in the second half of 2017, according to industry sources. LG's G6 and Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8+ launched in first-half 2017 are all-screen smartphones equipped with 18:9 display panels,rather than 16:9 units. They have sparked interest in adopting 18:9 display panels for smartphones, the sources said. więcej na: www.digitimes.com