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Paving the way for terabits per second

Increasing digitalization is generating a growing need for high data speeds. But the limits of what’s physically possible are coming in sight and there’s no bending the laws of nature. How do we protect signal integrity and yet realize high speeds – and all this within acceptable project budgets?

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Dutch forensic lab first to decrypt Tesla’s driving data

Paving the way for terabits per second

Immersion cooling specialist Asperitas has achieved a market first – earning unanimous approval on the Open Compute Project’s AIC24 qualification for safety and quality. What did it take to gain this acceptance from OCP and what does this mean for the future of immersion cooling?

In other news

Italy woos Intel over multibillion-euro chip plant (Reuters)
Stop calling everything AI, machine learning pioneer says (IEEE Spectrum)
Hertz orders 100,000 Teslas, largest EV purchase ever (Business Insider)

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Bits&Chips podcasts: Wilhelm Claussen (part 2)

René Raaijmakers talks to the innovators driving the high-tech industry. Listen to researchers, developers and decision-makers speak about trends, technology, business and their motivations. In this week’s edition of the Bits&Chips podcast, Wilhelm Claussen on the natural conflict between line managers and project managers.

Entrepreneur lesson #5: Your offering price is wrong

It’s important to think through your pricing strategy, but treat your conclusions as hypotheses that need to be tested in the market and with your customers.

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