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Open Compute Project - Hacking Conventional Computing Infrastructure

Open Compute Project - Hacking Conventional Computing Infrastructure

Free Open Source Thin Client Solution - OpenThinClient : home How to accept Bitcoin, for small businesses It has been suggested that this article is merged with Merchant Howto. This guide is intended for small business owners who wish to help promote Bitcoin by accepting it as payment for goods and services. It's written with the assumption that you operate a regular business that sells goods or services for regular national currency such as dollars, and that you wish to accept Bitcoin as another legal way to pay, and that you intend to pay taxes on your Bitcoin income just like any other income. With Bitcoin being touted as a way to conduct anonymous transactions and as way to compete with government currency, many small business owners wonder what's the right way to accept and account Bitcoin, or if it's legal or ethical, or whether and how they should pay taxes on income received through Bitcoin. As far as we know, Bitcoin isn't yet formally recognized by governments and authorities as a "currency". Starting to accept Bitcoin for transactions Start with a sign Utilize a merchant solution

Motion interpolation Motion interpolation or Motion-Compensated Frame Interpolation (MCFI) is a form of video processing in which intermediate animation frames are generated between existing ones by means of interpolation, in an attempt to make animation more fluid and to compensate for display motion blur. Hardware applications[edit] Displays[edit] Motion interpolation is a common, optional feature of various modern display devices such as HDTVs and video players, aimed at increasing perceived framerate and/or alleviating display motion blur, a common problem on LCD flat-panel displays. Difference from display framerate[edit] A display's framerate is not always equivalent to that of the content being displayed. Relationship to advertised display framerate[edit] As an example, a TV may be advertised as "240 Hz", which would mean one of two things: HDTV implementations[edit] The commercial name given to HDTV motion interpolation technology varies across manufacturers, as does its implementation. Side effects[edit]

The Open Source Initiative | Open Source Initiative Системная инженерия - AGA Group Inc. Системная инженерия – это раздел инженерной науки, «синтезирующий целое как совокупность взаимосвязанных деталей, и рассматривающий общую проблему с учетом изменчивости ее составных частей во всех аспектах – от социального до технологического» (Simon Ramo). Иными словами, системная инженерия реализует междисциплинарный подход, руководствуясь интересами конечного пользователя создаваемого продукта на всех стадиях и во всех аспектах его разработки – от технического задания до внедрения. Процесс решения задач методами системной инженерии включает в себя постановку проблемы, нахождение принципиальных технических решений, моделирование системы, оптимизацию, архитектуру, изготовление и запуск, подконтрольную эксплуатацию, а также анализ эффективности полученного продукта. Поиск оптимальных решений должен базироваться на точной информации об оптимизируемых процессах. AGA Group, Inc. участвует в работе Международного Совета по Системной Инженерии (INCOSE) ArteryLite на Российском рынке

Open Source Guide Nginx 1.6 et 1.7 : les nouveautés 25/04/2014 Le serveur web open source sort en version 1.6 (version stable) et en version 1.7 (version de développement). Lire la suite SmoothVideo Project (SVP) - motion estimated frame interpolation with any video player and frame doubling in real-time Information and communications technology Information and communications technology (ICT) is often used as an extended synonym for information technology (IT), but is a more specific term that stresses the role of unified communications[1] and the integration of telecommunications (telephone lines and wireless signals), computers as well as necessary enterprise software, middleware, storage, and audio-visual systems, which enable users to access, store, transmit, and manipulate information.[2] The term Infocommunications is sometimes used interchangeably with ICT. In fact Infocommunications is the expansion of telecommunications with information processing and content handling functions on a common digital technology base. For a comparison of these and other terms, see.[6] The ICT Development Index compares the level of ICT use and access across the world.[7] Global Costs of IT[edit] The WSIS Process and the stocktaking process[edit] The second phase took place from November 16 through 18, 2005, in Tunis, Tunisia. See also[edit]

Building my Own Laptop We are building an open laptop, with some wacky features in it for hackers like me. This is a lengthy project. Fortunately, ARM CPUs are getting fast enough, and Moore’s Law is slowing down, so that even if it took a year or so to complete, I won’t be left with a woefully useless design. We started the design in June, and last week I got my first prototype motherboards, hot off the SMT line. Of course, a feature of a build-it-yourself laptop is that all the design documentation is open, so others of sufficient skill and resources can also build it. Above is an annotated diagram of the circuit board. Here are some of the features of the laptop motherboard: Items marked with an asterisk (*) require a closed-source firmware blob, but the system is functional and bootable without the blob. In order to give maximum power management flexibility, the battery interface functions are implemented on a daughtercard. The battery board can charge batteries at rates in excess of 4A.

Become a part of HP Project Moonshot HP software for Moonshot System In addition to server cartridges, switch modules, and uplink modules, the HP Moonshot System can also include a wide variety of HP software. Depending on your needs, you can choose from the following HP offerings. HP Moonshot Chassis Management module Managing the health of the chassis and servers inside, the HP Moonshot 1500 Chassis Management module includes a command-line interface accessible via SSH to configure the chassis and server settings, as well as control server power and UID lights. Uses Virtual Serial Port to access servers and flash firmware within the chassis Supports IPMI management Supports the SL Advanced Power Management protocol (SL-APM) to simplify hardware monitoring and management You can find more information on SL-APM here. HP Cloud OS for Moonshot Over the past year, Moonshot has been revolutionizing the economics of the data center—now, it is extending into the cloud. Find out more: HP Insight Cluster Management Utility

PowerApps: power your business with apps Business Motivation Model Business Motivation Model The Business Motivation Model (BMM) in enterprise architecture provides a scheme and structure for developing, communicating, and managing business plans in an organized manner.[1] Specifically, the Business Motivation Model does all of the following: identifies factors that motivate the establishing of business plans;identifies and defines the elements of business plans; andindicates how all these factors and elements inter-relate. BMM Elements[edit] "BMM captures business requirements across different dimensions to rigorously capture and justify why the business wants to do something, what it is aiming to achieve, how it plans to get there, and how it assesses the result The main elements of BMM are: BMM History[edit] Initially developed by the Business Rules Group (BRG) [3] "Since 1997, the BRG has focused its energies on understanding business Rules from a business perspective. In August 2008 version 1.0 was released by OMG. Referenced Standards[edit] Notes[edit]

SWIFT joins Linux Foundation Distributed Ledger Initiative Brussels, 17 December 2015 "SWIFT is delighted to support this industry-wide effort to advance distributed ledger technology," said Craig Young, SWIFT's Chief Technology Officer. "Cooperation and collaboration - hallmarks of the SWIFT cooperative - will be key to ensuring the scalability and adoption of this technology." Linux Foundation Unites Industry Leaders to Advance Blockchain Technology By Linux_Foundation - December 15, 2015 - 10:20pm New open ledger project to transform the way business transactions are conducted around the world. SAN FRANCISCO, December 17, 2015 -The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today announced a new collaborative effort to advance the popular blockchain technology. Early commitments to this work come from Accenture, ANZ Bank, Cisco, CLS, Credits, Deutsche Börse, Digital Asset Holdings, DTCC, Fujitsu Limited, IC3, IBM, Intel, J.P. Comments: Accenture ANZ Bank Cisco Credits Deutsche Börse Digital Asset Intel

Business Process Definition Metamodel The Business Process Definition Metamodel (BPDM) is a standard definition of concepts used to express business process models (a metamodel), adopted by the OMG (Object Management Group). Metamodels define concepts, relationships, and semantics for exchange of user models between different modeling tools. The exchange format is defined by XSD (XML Schema) and XMI (XML for Metadata Interchange), a specification for transformation of OMG metamodels to XML. Pursuant to the OMG's policies, the metamodel is the result of an open process involving submissions by member organizations, following a Request for Proposal (RFP) issued in 2003. BPDM provides abstract concepts as the basis for consistent interpretation of specialized concepts used by business process modelers. BPDM extends business process modeling beyond the elements defined by BPMN and BPEL to include interactions between otherwise-independent business processes executing in different business units or enterprises (choreography).