From the people that brought you 3PAR – meet CLOUD-DEFINED STORAGE: Say goodbye to traditional storage and hello to a new server based, cloud-managed approach
Be one of the first to learn about this revolutionary approach, which gives enterprises an alternative to restrictive & expensive storage solutions with an API first approach to storage.
Cloud-defined storage is a flexible, on-prem and server-based enterprise-class storage solution that is defined and managed through the cloud. CDS consumes no server CPU or memory resources, but you still get all of the features of enterprise storage without the expense or footprint. The icing on the cake? You manage it, and the rest of your infrastructure, through the cloud, providing you with insights, self-managed updates and powerful programmability at any scale.
Reserve your spot for this exclusive event to learn how to make your deployment simple from day 1 all the way to day 1000.
Tiny PICs with Huge Impact: Meeting the Challenges of Photonic Integrated Circuits testing for next-generation networks
In this webinar, discover how the collaborative EXFO, HPE, and MPI PIC testing solution addresses market challenges, making wafer testing faster, scalable, and more reliable, ultimately improving speed-to-market for component manufacturers. This topic shines a light on photonic wafers as critical building blocks for next-generation networks, laying the groundwork for 5G deployment and high-speed data centers.
On-Site Hydrogen Production Improves Safety, Quality, and Productivity in Wafer, Chip and Semiconductor Manufacturing
The webinar, presented by Tom Skoczylas in USA & Europe and by Luc Zhu, Chief Representative in China will cover Annealing, Epitaxy, Deposition, Stabilizing, and Lithography, includes a 20 minute Live Q&A session.
Edge computing has quickly emerged as one of the top data centre trends, and we only see this pattern accelerating as the need for high-speed connectivity increases over the next 10 years. Edge, mobile edge and fog computing are being utilised to speed content delivery, improve services and localise analytics. However, these distributed and remote locations, often with no local IT support, produce additional challenges for the data centre and IT teams as they seek to ensure a seamless, always-on application service, whatever the infrastructure and wherever the data resides.
Considerations for Thin Film Deposition in Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing
Compound semiconductor materials are used in a wide range of current and emerging applications including LEDs, laser diodes, IR detectors, RF filters, RF power amplifiers, supercomputing and quantum dots. These applications cover a wide range of device complexity and production levels. However, for thin film deposition there are a number of common considerations. In this webinar, process and equipment engineers at compound semi manufacturers will discover how a customizable turnkey thin film deposition solution will deliver the consistency and reliability that their applications demand, while providing a lower cost of ownership. The right solution should be enhanced with in-situ controls to ensure production process control and efficiency when manufacturing compound semiconductor devices, especially at large volumes requiring high throughput.
What implications does RESS have for the solar industry in Ireland
The Irish Government through DCCAE, have published its consultation on the design of the Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) in Ireland to encourage sufficient levels of renewable energy and meet national and EU targets.
LIGENTEC is your manufacturing partner for low loss silicon nitride photonic integrated circuits. Our customers benefit from a clear path to volume production while obtaining also small quantities of wafers with the performance, short turn around and high yield required at the early stage of proof of concept.
This webinar will provide an overview of the current LIGENTEC capabilities showcased by application examples in Communication, Sensing, Quantum technologies and LiDAR. We will also give a short overview of our multi-project wafer runs and dedicated run possibilities.
Explores key advantages in Silicon Photonics fabrication through the CORNERSTONE programme at the University of Southampton, UK. Introducing us to CORNERSTONE is Graham Reed – Professor of Silicon Photonics at the University. In addition to leading CORNERSTONE, Professor Reed is a pioneer within SiP – He established the Silicon Photonics Research Group in Surrey in 1989 – One of Professor Reed’s students, Dr. Andrew Rickman, went on to found Bookham Technology, now Lu-men-tum. Professor Reed holds 19 patents, has written 2 books including the very first SiP textbook – He has published more than 500 articles and delivered more than 140 international presentations. Professor Reed has received multiple industry awards, the most recent in 2019 when he received a PIC Award for individual contributions to the field. Joining Professor Reed today is Dr. Callum Littlejohns, CORNERSTONE coordinator and Principal Enterprise Fellow at the University of Southampton, UK. His track record of excellence includes multiple awards including the best submission at the Open Compute Project Regional Summit Future Technologies Symposium in 2019 and the 2015 Information Overload category winner at the E-P-S-R-C I-C-T Pioneers Awards. He has published a book chapter, over 30 papers in peer-reviewed journals, more than 100 international conference papers and has 3 patents.
Upgrading your power supply design from Si to SiC can appear daunting due to the different gate drive requirements and considerations of EMI suppression and thermal properties. But in reality, you have the same design considerations as with any power supply. In this webinar we will share a few tips to accelerate the design process, including what to expect when measuring performance; how to choose the right SiC device and surrounding components, and finally, our PCB layout recommendations.
Wafer Analysis Using Multiple Spectroscopies on One Microscope
In this webinar we present a novel concept that adds various spectroscopies on any optical microscope – the so-called Standard Microscope Spectroscopy Systems or SMS. Because our design decouples the key optics required from spectroscopy from that of imaging, it enables functional optimization of spectroscopic performance without compromises to the native imaging functions of the microscope. Furthermore, by being a flexible and modular design, SMS systems enable multiplexing of different complimentary spectroscopies on one platform. This is not only affordable but also facilitates acquisition of different but complimentary spectra from the same micro-point on the sample. This functionality can be readily added to a user’s existing microscope.
AIOPS-focused roundtable event: Know Before You Go
This event takes place on 30th June 2021, and so you still have time to register.
Whether you choose to call this ecosystem Hybrid Digital Infrastructure Management or Digital Operations Management, there is no doubt that AIOPS has a major role to play in a digital business.
Find out how AIOPS has helped enterprise organisations as they have developed successful Digital Change Management strategies; and discover the future for AIOPS - how it will work alongside other Ops disciplines to help end users to achieve application performance optimisation.
Online Roundtable: Observability for Cloud Applications and Environments
This event takes place on 8th July 2021, and so you still have time to register.
Modern applications and their configurations are updated continuously due to CI/CD. Modern virtualized, cloud-based and, Kubernetes-based environments all exhibit automated and dynamic behavior which both change configurations and the relationships between services and the components that they depend upon. Traditional APM and infrastructure monitoring solutions are unable to capture these changes as they occur and relate them to the resulting problems with application performance and reliability. Dynamic observability solutions uniquely capture all of these changes in the end-to-end application system and automatically relate them to issues with the performance and reliability of your critical dynamic applications.
Watch this roundtable to understand the trends impacting today’s modern IT environments, and join Bernd Harzog of APM Experts, Mark Arts, Senior Solutions Engineer and Allyson Barr, CMO of StackState, to learn how observability solutions like StackState can improve your existing monitoring tools and processes with real-time, dynamic, and comprehensive observability of relationships and changes.