Sunday, March 13, 2011

Security tool: Software Tip of the Day: WOT for Chrome

"WOT for Chrome is a free extension for the Google browser. The application will inform you when surfing on the trustworthiness of the website where you are. The particular shade of the program icon will show the security status of the site. WOT evaluated for Chrome trust, child safety, reliability and data distributors.

Sunday Quiz (8)

This week in the Quiz on Sunday, you are given an image and you must try to find what is and what it does. Today, something a little more difficult than for the first quiz, then hopefully. And we are aware that this is a screen, it is obviously necessary to find the device to which it belongs. Responses are directly in the comments and we will answer Monday at 11 o'clock.

Good luck. For the results, it is 2 points for first, 1 point for others. Good luck!

Samsung introduces its new range of high-capacity printers

Samsung has announced a new range of printers designed for large workgroups and SMEs seeking to boost their productivity with fast printing and uneventful. SCX-4833/5637 The new printers have several outstanding characteristics for this purpose: high-performance, high productivity, great efficiency and ease of use.

"These new additions to the growing list of Samsung printing solutions ensure that all workplaces, regardless of size, can benefit from Samsung's commitment to achieve excellence in their print products," said Kyuho Uhm, Senior Vice President IT solutions division of Samsung Electronics.

40 Gb / s with a laser and fiber

Fujitsu has just announced an interesting technology: they were able to bind to 40 Gbit / s using a directly modulated laser and without cooling. It's interesting in the sense that conventional systems that achieve this speed generally require external optical modulation system, which must be cooled and therefore increases the cost.

Usually, direct modulation can not exceed 10 gigabits per second Fujitsu's technology achieves 40 Gbit / s optical fiber with a range of 5 km without repeater and especially without active cooling, the system operates between 25 ° C and 70 ° C. The cost is lower than conventional technologies and Fujitsu is working with a wavelength of about 1.3 micrometers.