The amount of global e-waste — discarded electrical and electronic equipment — reached nearly 42 million tons in 2014. By next year it is predicted that the world will produce approximately 50 million metric tonnes of e waste/year, according to a study conducted by a partnership of United Nations organizations, industry, governments and scientists
For years, small rechargeable lithium-ion batteries have reliably supplied billions of portable devices with energy. But manufacturers of high-energy applications such as electric cars and power storage systems seek for new electrode materials and electrolytes.
Brocade announced that The University of Queensland's Queensland Brain Institute will become the first organization in Australia to migrate to Brocade® Gen 6 Fibre Channel storage networking solutions on Dec. 8.
According to ITU News on November 28, Hyundai Motor Company has just become a member of ITU’s standardization arm (ITU-T), underscoring the importance of increased collaboration between the automotive and information and communication technology (ICT) industries in an era of rapid convergence.
Brocade announced an expanded Brocade® SLX® family with new innovative switches that feature unparalleled network visibility and the addition of Brocade Workflow Composer(tm) Automation Suites for turnkey automation on Dec. 6, 2016.
The 5G core standard proposed by '5G Global Partnership', consisting of SK Telecom, AT & T, Deutsche Telecom and Ericsson, has been selected by the World Telecommunication Standardization Organization (3GPP).
Leveraging years of experience in advanced flat-panel display technology, LG Electronics (LG) is entering the growing medical imaging devices market with the introduction of clinical and surgical monitors designed to empower health care professionals to make accurate and informed life-saving decisions.
European Space Agency(ESA) released on November 24, the next medical doctor to spend a year at the Concordia research base in Antarctica arrived this week by aircraft. Carole Dangoisse from Belgium will live and work at the station conducting space research on and with the rest of the Italian–French crew as they spend the winter in isolation.
According to European Space Agency(ESA) reports on Nov. 21, 2016, before a spacecraft goes into space it must undergo rigorous testing to confirm it can withstand the violent vibrations and sounds during launch.