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Published 14 July 2014
Posted by Al Dean
I think, by now, we’re used to snappy little videos about 3D printing.
Whether it’s the patron saint of shitty hip hop showing off a machine that may or may not use recycled plastic or some horrendously misdirected use of Europop to show off a gargantuan machine, there’s often very little in the way of meaty details - and that, as we all know, is where the devil lies.
Contrast that to this slick, short but ultimately, fascinating look into the collaborative work that’s being done by Lotus F1 and Boeing. As the video says, Boeing doesn’t have the rapid turn around for design, test, destroy, redesign, retest that a Formula 1 team does, but it does have a lot of specialist knowledge and spare carbon fibre!
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Published 11 July 2014
Posted by Stephen Holmes
Dassault Systèmes (DS) has made bold statements in its time, but now it’s openly gunning for a bigger chunk of the software market, its CEO Bernard Charles, trumpeting: “We have taken a very different strategy… Which is going to change the world of design”.
In the midst of its annual reseller and developer event, the clearest insight to how DS’ latest strategy is shaping up was given: ‘the Cloud is your future, you need to change your mindset, you need to invest in it like we are’.
DS boasted that its investment into developing all its software to work on the cloud has ran to over a billion dollars - a surprising amount considering it has hardly been the software company shouting the loudest about moving its products on to it.
Assisted by this shift, DS is looking to encompass new industry sectors - worth a potential $32b.
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Published 10 July 2014
Posted by Greg Corke
IBM is worried that computer chip technology as we know is reaching its limits so is investing $3 billion over the next 5 years to develop new technologies.
Current silicon chip technology gets faster by shrinking the die, but the smaller it gets the harder it is to obtain a reliable on/off state. Current chips are around 22nm and future generations should scale down to 14nm and 10nm in the next few years, but beyond this things start to get harder.
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Published 09 July 2014
Posted by Tanya Weaver
The aim of this addition to the Dell portfolio is to provide an end-to-end solution, from concept through to print, for small and medium-sized businesses enabling fast and affordable prototyping.
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