In response to market demand, IEC is now offering new editions of its most popular standards with comments by technical experts. Known as Commented Versions (CMV), these publications provide commentary on the major changes between the new edition of the standard and the previous one.
If you haven’t been in the intensive care unit of a hospital, you’ve probably seen it on TV or in a movie – the moment when the monitor flatlines and a flurry of doctors and nurses rush in to resuscitate the patient. Sometimes the line continues, sometimes it starts to beep, indicatin
New analysis of refuse left outside the city walls of Pompeii suggests that the ancient Romans may have invented recycling. Archaeologists believe that the Romans regularly sorted and reused materials such as broken tiles, amphorae and lumps of mortar and plaster.
No organization, however big or small, is immune from cyber risk. The social media giant, Twitter, is the latest household name to suffer a security breach, but a growing number of attacks against small and medium-sized businesses goes unreported.
Healthcare uses big data for patient admission prediction, personalized treatments and practice management optimization. Telecoms carry out location-based device analysis and optimize prices, call centres and networks. Financial services use it for customer analytics, risk assessment
The fibre optics market is dynamic and in constant expansion driven by the growing demand for high data bandwidths. Alongside this demand, the market is benefiting from improvements to fibre optic technologies.
Electronic components can be damaged if they are exposed to extreme temperatures. That is why devices have to undergo stringent testing to make sure that they work properly in hot, cold and humid climates.