The Future Of Computing And Microchips – NJIT

In the last five decades, the world has witnessed unprecedented advances in computer technology leading to the incorporation of processors in a wide range of appliances including vehicles, electronics, kitchen appliances, and even clothing. In addition, modern smartphones and tablets contain powerful processors that support computationally heavy/complex tasks such as image/video editing. In spite of this, companies including Intel and AMD are investing heavily in research with the aim of producing even smaller microprocessors in the near future.

To learn more, checkout the infographic below created by New Jersey Institute of Technology Online Master of Science in Computer Science degree program.

The Future of Computing and Microchips

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Anything-As-a-Service (AaaS) – The next Cloud Concept

We have heard and talked about Cloud Computing, Models and System and the increasing adoption by todays big firms and corporate organisation. But the adoption brings question about security, loss pf privacy and unauthorized access to confidential data but nonetheless businesses still see the cloud as a way to go, with even the mobile business entering large era of Cloud system ad Tablet Cloud Apps.

Today the three defined Model of Cloud IaaS, SaaS, and PaaS has taking off with IBM, Amazon-rds, Windows Azure, CloudFoundry, RackSpace, Oracle, Heroku, Google just to mention a few and even Telecoms branches in with Content Cloud. The idea Cloud has brought is the global reach of throwing Service directly in front ahead of Products and everything is going Service Oriented even Products.

Okay today, I say the 3 large models cannot define what we have in the service industry today, i wish i could define SaaS (Service-As-A-Service) or Product-As-A-Service (PaaS2) so inshort i think we should rebuild the Model with the top being AaaS (Anything-As-A-Service) before breaking down to either Platform, Software, Infrastructure, Products or whatever it maybe.

Well, i guess putting it like that gives Cloud Computing a Service-Like Definition which includes the enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources, whatever the resource can be that can be shared in the service-sphere is good to go. As said earlier, Startups run on Cloud systems, Apps fly fastest on the Cloud, even conceptual services are now branded in the cloud. Simply put, since anything can be taken to the Cloud-base level then AaaS is a broader model mother for Cloud.

Okay, I know Anything in AaaS sounds not professional so should we try EaaS (Everything-As-A-Service)?

#Just Saying ….

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Cloud Foundry is an open platform as a service, providing a choice of clouds, developer frameworks and application services. Initiated by VMware, with broad industry support, Cloud Foundry makes it faster and easier to build, test, deploy and scale applications. It is an open source project and is available through a variety of private cloud distributions and public cloud instances, including Cloud Foundry is an Application Execution Environment like Google AppEngine,, AWS, Microsoft Azure, Engine Yard, Heroku e.t.c with a +
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Telecom Operators launching Cloud systems: Alcatel CloudBand

I had an earlier post on Prepaid Telecommunications: A Vendor Perspective where i was looking at cloud based activities from telecom vendors like Alcatel, Ericsson, Huawei and the rest. Well, it looks like Alcatel is coming out with their on offering called Cloud Band., which brings together the computing power and flexibility of the cloud with the high performance, reliability and security of communications networks. CloudBand is the foundation for a new class of ‘carrier cloud’ services that will enable communications service providers to bring the benefits of the cloud to their own networks and business operations, and put them in an ideal position to offer a new range of high-performance cloud services to enterprises and consumers.
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is iCloud cloud computing?


Apple says iCloud stores your music, photos, apps, calendars, documents, and more. And wirelessly pushes them to all your devices — automatically. It’s the easiest way to manage your content. iCloud is so much more than a hard drive in the sky. It’s the effortless way to access just about everything on all your devices. iCloud stores your content so it’s always accessible from your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Mac, or PC.* It gives you instant access to your music, apps, latest photos, and more. And it keeps your email, contacts, and calendars up to date across all your devices. No syncing required. No management required. In fact, no anything required. iCloud does it all for you.


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Amazon RDS Now Supports Oracle Database

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Cloud Communications {Voice & SMS}

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Happy New MMXI – Tech Trend 2011

Happy New MMXI

Yes Happy New 2011, Just curious is it the start of another decade or we started that already with 2010? Its a new year and while i wish there were more interesting topics aside science, technology, research and “the-need-to-know”, there isnt. We are still in the age of Technology and Information and that is really going to get a lot of swag this year 2011.

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Prepaid Telecommunications: A Vendor Perspective

Telecommunication is the transmission of messages (voice, sms, video, audio e.t.c), over significant distances, for the purpose of communication. With todays mobile communication, The GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) standard has dominated the affairs of mobile telephony and with numerous operators worldwide and vendors, Its safe to say Mobile is a world of its own.

Early GSM Architectures concentrated on the access and control layer of mobile technology with connections with Fixed like PSTN but today the Application/Service Layer is increasing and its taking the new turn in business and service provisioning to both the mobile end-users and mobile operators. Least to say the present market sells on services, applications and medias.

Prepaid services refers to services paid for in advance and one key advantage of this is because they allow customers to monitor and budget usage in advance. This is evident is todays mobile operators offerings with recharge cards at specified amounts where customers charge there phone when they want to and use the service when they want to and are not pressured by contracts or bills. Prepaid has seriously changed the face of mobile billing and payment and in a lot of countries, It is just the way to go for many mobile customers.
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