The ECOreport reposts news of a new wat to correct communication pathways in silicon chips, moving towards greener, faster, smaller electric circuitry
Originally Published on University of Alberta News
By Jennifer Pascoe on July 26, 2017
A key step in unlocking the potential for greener, faster, smaller electronic circuitry was taken recently by a group of researchers led by UAlberta physicist Robert Wolkow.
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The ECOreport reposts the public announcement of San Diego’s “Get It Done” Ap
Press Release from the City of San Diego
San Diego – As part of his effort to make our city government more efficient and accessible for all San Diego residents, Mayor Kevin L. Falconer today introduced an innovative pilot project and mobile app called Get It Done San Diego that allows San Diegans to easily report problems and request improvements for their neighborhoods.
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By Roy L Hales
The average data centre has an IT load of 1.2
MW and requires 4.3 million gallons of water per year for cooling purposes. So Digital Realty was very interested when Emerson Network Power said their Liebert® DSETM system could drastically reduce the amounts. That was in 2012. Since then, these two companies worked together have to cut the average center’s water consumption back to between 2.7 and 3.2 million gallons per year. Digital Realty saves more than 300 million gallons of water annually.
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Researchers at UC San Diego have increased the maximum power, and distance, optical signals can be sent through optical fibres. This is a major breakthrough in fibre optics communications.
Originally Published on UC San Diego
Electrical engineers have broken key barriers that limit the distance information can travel in fiber optic cables and still be accurately deciphered by a receiver. Photonics researchers at the University of California, San Diego have increased the maximum power — and therefore distance — at which optical signals can be sent through optical fibers. This advance has the potential to increase the data transmission rates for the fiber optic cables that serve as the backbone of the internet, cable, wireless and landline networks. The research is published in the June 26 issue of the journal Science.
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