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Archive for June 18th, 2019

Diamond Multimedia Announces Wireless Router, Wireless Repeater Range Extender, Wireless Access Point and Wireless Bridge 4 in 1 Device

LOS ANGELES, CA–Jun 12, 2013 – Diamond Multimedia has announced the release of the WR300NR, a 4 in 1 device that acts as a wireless router, wireless repeater and range extender, standalone wireless access point and wireless bridge device. The WR300NR is the latest and most functional version from Diamond Multimedia’s popular Wireless Extender and Router series. The newest capability is that the WR300NR can act as a standalone router. The WR300NR, Wireless Extender & Router, is a universal multi-purpose device for your home network. As a wireless range extender, it repeats and extends your existing wireless signal to areas in the home that have little or no coverage and eliminates wireless “dead zones.” It extends internet access throughout your home for wireless devices like laptops, smartphones, game consoles such as Nintendo Wii®, Xbox®, Sony PlayStation® and TVs. If you do not have a router, the WR300NR is a perfect solution for adding a wireless network to your home. It can be directly connected to your DSL/Cable modem providing a complete wired and wireless environment. It can also be used as a standalone wireless bridge and can connect to any wired Ethernet device to the Internet, so you can easily connect game consoles, digital media adapters, Blu-ray players and printers. Furthermore, the WR300NR can be configured as a wireless access point, adding Wi-Fi to wired networks.  The WR300NR, Wireless Extender & Router, has a ...



Kingston Technology Joins Open Data Center Alliance

Fountain Valley, CA — June 12, 2013– Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it has joined the Open Data Center Alliance™ (ODCA), an independent consortium comprised of global IT leaders working together to define and deliver a unified set of common standards and the highest level of interoperability for data centers and cloud computing. Kingston® joins the Alliance as a solutions provider member and is a breakfast sponsor at the upcoming Forecast 2013, held on June 17−18, 2013, in San Francisco, Calif. Founded in 2010, the ODCA is made up of over 300 worldwide member companies, representing over $100B in annual IT spending. The consortium is led by senior IT executives from some of the world’s most recognized organizations including BMW, China Unicom, Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan Chase, Lockheed Martin, Marriott International, Inc., National Australia Bank, Terremark, Disney Technology Solutions and Services and UBS. “ODCA is the global organization where hundreds of IT experts from around the world are working together to develop requirements for enterprise cloud and big data implementations that are open, interoperable and secure,” said Marvin Wheeler, executive director, Open Data Center Alliance. “We welcome the expertise Kingston brings to ODCA as a solutions provider member and as a sponsor contributing to the success of Forecast 2013.” “We’re excited to join the ODCA as it has...



Noctua at Computex 2013

Vienna, June 12th 2013 – Noctua took last week’s Computex Taipei trade show as an opportunity to give an update on its cooperation with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) specialists RotoSub®, exhibiting a prototype of what is going to be world’s first CPU cooler with integrated ANC as well as an early prototype of an ANC fan for watercooling radiators. In addition to its new ANC prototypes, Noctua’s booth gave stage to a novel diamond-composite base plate for CPU coolers as well as a series of other fan and heatsink prototypes. Last but not least, Noctua gave an exclusive insight on its upcoming 140mm dual tower CPU cooler, industrial fans and redux edition fan models. Introduced in fall 2012, Noctua’s A-series fans have already received more than 100 awards and recommendations from the international press. At Computex, Noctua showed prototypes of the upcoming 200, 92 and 80mm models which are about to complement the series and will share all its key features such as Flow Acceleration Channels, AAO frames and SSO2 bearings. Another new addition to Noctua’s line-up of premium quality quiet fans will be a range of ruggedised industrial models that feature a fibre-glass reinforced polyamide construction and IP52 class water- and dust protection for heavy-duty applications as well as a new 3-phase motor design with six poles that provides further improvements in running smoothness, even lower vibrations and further reduced power consumption. ...



 
 
 
 
 

AMD A10-6700 & MSI FM2-A85XMA-E35 Motherboard Review

The new AMD Richland processors were released just over a week ago. AMD first launched its A-series processors just over 2 years ago as the Fusion technology with the "Llano" series. During its first launch and introduction to this APU series chip, no one was really sure how well this platform was going to perform. Over the course of a few years, we have seen AMD improve on its one of a kind platform with its first revision "Trinity" and we now have the next release "Richland." During its first revision, Trinity, we saw a change in socket from FM1 to FM2 along with a revision to its chipset. However, with Richland, we are glad to see that AMD decided to stick to its FM2 based socket. Today, we have the AMD A10-6700 processor at hand to put to the test.





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