Tuesday, 18 Jun 2013
Sony has just announced the new PMW-300 XDCAM camcorder for professionals at BroadcastAsia 2013. An evolution of the PMW-EX3, the PMW-300 XDCAM is able to record Full-HD at 50Mbps in MPEG HD422. It comes with a 1/2" Exmor Full-HD 3CMOS sensor with improved signal processing.
BroadcastAsia 2013 is a perfect opportunity for manufacturers to show off their wares to prospective buyers. Philips showcased their uWand technology which can help provide smart TVs with a smoother point and click mechanism.
In addition to partnering a research team at Stanford University to create the world's largest artificial neural network, NVIDIA has also announced the public availability of the latest version the NVIDIA CUDA parallel computing platform and programming model, which for the first time delivers support for ARM-based platforms.
The pocket-size Epic red laser keyboard is a mobile projection keyboard capable of projecting a full-size QWERTY keyboard. It also doubles up as a virtual multi-touch mouse. Its maker, Celluon, is here at CommunicAsia.
NVIDIA today announced that it has collaborated with a research team at Stanford University to create the world's largest artificial neural network built to model how the human brain learns. The network is 6.5 times bigger than the previous record-setting network developed by Google in 2012.
RugGear, manufacturer of the world's most rugged phones, unveiled two rugged phones at CommunicAsia 2013. Hit the link to find out how tough these phones are.
Wearable, point of view cameras have been brought back into the fore of the public consciousness thanks to devices such as the GoPro. Panasonic has been working on the HX-A100 which works in similar ways and comes with wireless capabilities to boot.
nCore HPC has rolled out their BrownDwarf supercomputer that features a heterogeneous ARM- and digital signal processor-based (DSP) system, capable of carrying out high-performance computing tasks at significantly reduced power levels.
Intel is launching a new series of SSDs for data centers and cloud computing to enhance hosting of cloud applications. Named the DC S3500 Series, it is designed for read-intensive applications including web hosting, cloud computing, and data center virtualization.
Packed with the Intel Haswell Core i5/i7 processor and NVIDIA GTX650 graphics, the D2308 features 3 antennas for maximum signal reception and wireless throughput with a maximum speed of 450Mbps.