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Intel this week introduced what it calls the OpenVINO (Open Visual Inference & Neural Network Optimization) toolkit. This toolset is designed to fast-track development of high-performance computer vision and deep learning inference applications at the edge.
REVIEW: Dell’s new Latitude 5290 business tablet is really a laptop replacement and it’s a worthy competitor to Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablet.
IoT news: AT&T launches the LTE-M Button powered by Amazon Web Services, which offers customers one-click service that is expected to save time and money for scores of users.
The follow-up to the Windows-powered digital whiteboard for businesses slims down and learns a few new tricks.
UPDATED: AMD has won the support of the big three makers of commercial PCs and notebooks for its Ryzen line of processors that feature leading edge performance and high-end graphics capabilities.
Researcher said this was due largely to the traditional sales off-season for tablet PCs. When it comes to the second quarter, shipments are expected to grow by 11.4 percent, driven mostly by the education market.
HP has extended its EliteBook 700 series of business notebook PCs with three new models equipment with Advanced Micro Devices Ryzen processors and Radeon Vega graphics cards.
Pivot3 was a major contributor to Charleston (S.C.) International Airport's recent $200 million upgrade project: the Terminal Redevelopment and Improvement Program.
REVIEW: The latest version of HP’s thinnest business laptop computer, the EliteBook 1040, is thinner, lighter and faster than last year’s, but are those features enough for business users?
Velocity Micro is mainly known as a boutique PC maker that builds powerful computers for serious gamers. But the company has designed ProMagix HD150 desktop workstation for business power users.
In time for the Dell Technologies World show in Las Vegas April 30-May 3, the company has introduced an array of desktops and notebooks with features, performance and pricing for Enterprise buyers.
DAILY VIDEO: Dell eyes AI and security with its latest mobile and desktop business PCs, and Microsoft expands its industrial internet of things cloud portfolio.
The company’s latest commercial PCs are aimed at modern workloads like AI, machine learning and VR, while enhanced security software aims at quantum computing.