Cloud Computing


Panasonic Builds Museum in the Cloud

by Tom Allen

You are now able to view the history of Panasonic’s technology without leaving your desk. The company has built a virtual museum (, where ‘visitors’ can view four different zones (‘Experiential projection’, ‘Informative display’, …

Tags:Back Panel| Cloud Computing| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Panasonic| Vol 22 - Issue 27


Acer Steps Up its Digital Signage Solutions with its BYOC Platform

by Isaac Oburu

With the global digital signage market expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.6%1 over the next five years, Acer, with its expansive offering of hardware, software, and services, will …

Tags:Acer| Cloud Computing| Digital Signage| DOOH

Fujitsu Describes Virtualization in Simulation Market

by Raverstead

Fujitsu was in the Bohemia booth at I/ITSEC 2014 to describe how virtualization is coming to the simulation market. This will allow some simulation tasks to move to the cloud allowing think clients to …

Tags:Cloud Computing| Fujitsu| I/ITSEC 2014| Simulation

Russia Considers Blanket Device Ban

by Raverstead

Russia will ban a host of connected products from being sold in the country from 1st January, according to local news source RR News. The decision will potentially affect any device that can access …

Tags:Cloud Computing| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Russia| Vol 21 - Issue 44

Harmonic Explains Virtualization at SMPTE Conference

by Raverstead

Virtualization means different things to different people. At Harmonic, the idea is to move away from dozens of dedicated hardware boxes in a broadcast facility to a topology where the Harmonic IP and functionality …

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Microsoft ‘Solves’ Cloud Latency for Gaming

by Super User

A white paper by Microsoft Research details a way to lower latency in cloud gaming, using a project called Delorean. In cloud gaming, very little processing is done on the user’s device. Instead, a …

Tags:Cloud Computing| Game Playing| Large Display Monitor| Microsoft| Vol 21 - Issue 34| Volume 21

Sony Wants to be ‘Netflix of Gaming’

by Super User

Sony wants to be ‘the Netflix of gaming’, chief executive of Sony’s game unit Andrew House has said. The company, which acquired cloud-gaming service Gaikai in 2012 (Display Monitor Vol 19 No 27), intends …

Tags:Cloud Computing| Game Playing| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| sony| Vol 21 - Issue 37| Volume 21

JPR Discusses Graphics at Virtualise

by Super User

Jon Peddie Research’s first Visualise Conference will take place at the Hyatt Regency near San Francisco Airport, on 30th October. Tutorials, speakers and panels will be present, as well as information and guidance on …

Tags:Back Panel| Cloud Computing| Jon Peddie Research (JPR)| Large Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 40| Volume 21

ViewSonic Enters VDI Creation with Userful

by Super User

ViewSonic has entered into a strategic global partnership with Userful Corporation to create and deliver virtual desktop solutions. It is hoped that education and small- and medium-size businesses will use the solutions to move …

Tags:Back Panel| Cloud Computing| Large Display Monitor| ViewSonic| Vol 21 - Issue 40| Volume 21

HP Minimises Storage to Lower Cost

by Super User

The HP Stream 7 and Stream 8 are new 7″ and 8″ tablet PCs with full cloud connectivity. While local storage is minimal (32GB, expandable with micro-SD), each has access to 1TB of Microsoft …

Tags:Cloud Computing| HP Inc| Mobile Display Monitor| tablets| Vol 21 - Issue 40| Volume 21