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Jul, 19

We have already spoken about what is IPv6 and its improvements over IPv4. Now let us tell you more about the features that come with IPv6. The successor of IPv4 is not designed to be backward compatible. Trying to keep the basic functionalities of IP addressing, IPv6 is redesigned entirely. It offers the following features:• Larger Address SpaceIn contrast to IPv4, IPv6 uses 4 times more bits to address a device on the Internet. This much of extra bits can provide approximately 3.4×1038 different combinations of addresses. This address can accumulate the aggressive requirement of...

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Jul, 19

Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the next generation of the Internet Protocol (IP). IPv6 was developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to deal with the long-anticipated problem of IPv4 address exhaustion. Throughout this article, we will become familiar with the concept of IPv6. Overview Internet Protocol version 6 is a new addressing protocol designed to incorporate all the possible requirements of the future Internet known to us as Internet version 2. This protocol, like its predecessor, IPv4, works on the Network Layer (Layer-3) of the OSI model. Along with its...

Recently Facebook was granted a patent in the US for a system which detects items like alcoholic drinks and snacks from users’ photos. Facebook plans to turn its users into advertisement stars through this automatic scanning system. Facebook would take those pictures and send them to the respective brands and those brands will use these pictures to post for other Facebook users (if the said brands choose to do this). The way this system works can be explained better with an example: Let us say that you posted the above picture on Facebook. It has Coca-cola, Jack Daniels and Grey...

Just eleven years ago, Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) released the Display Port 1.0 standard with an 8.64Gbit/s data rate. Since then, multiple improvements have been made, but not as large as the ones announced last week. VESA unveiled the new DisplayPort 2.0 specification with the max payload of 77.37Gbps. It is expected to start shipping with monitors in late 2020. The new near 80Gbps max bandwidth is 10 times of that of the original DisplayPort 1.0 and 3x more than its latest update (i.e. DisplayPort 1.4) to the standard. These improvements will allow the port to be the...

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Jun, 19

What is WebMoney?

     From the growing popularity of the internet, came to life the market of digital currency.  It allows people to shop online without having to pay via a direct bank transaction.  One of the most popular online payment systems is WebMoney, as it is very efficient for servicing non-bank internet customers.      WebMoney is an online payment system and comprehensive tool for online business activities. It was originally established in 1998 in Russia as a money transfer system for US dollars. Since then, nearly 40 million people from all around the...

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Jun, 19

What is a Cryptocurrency? A cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses strong cryptography to secure financial transactions, control the creation of additional units and verify the transfer of assets. In essence, they are limited entries in a database that no one can change unless specific conditions are fulfilled. The Emergence of Cryptocurrencies. Although during the 90’s tech boom many attempts were made to create a digital currency, they all inevitably failed due to fraud and financial problems. All these systems used a Trusted Third...

Over the recent past, new updates for Google Chrome are happening very frequenty. These changes come as a very small part for the browser but are followed by major changes. Chrome will shorten links automatically As you know, some sites have very high links because of very large nesting categories and menus. Because of this wee will have problems sharing them on social networks.Due to this, Google Chrome is aiming for an interesting approach which will automatically shorten all the links that are long. On Google Chrome 64, just share a link from the browser's share menu to see the...

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Apr, 19

Since development of the first hard drive in 1956, which weighted over a thousand kilograms and stored only 5MB of data, storage technology has come a very long way. Modern drives can now store up to 12TB (i.e. 12 million MB) of data and reach up to 150 IOPS (i.e. Input/output Operations Per Second). Over the past few years however, the speed of innovation has slowed down and the rate at which the HDD capacity increases annually has decreased, as we are reaching the maximum possible data density on a single platter. This has led to development of new HDD storage technology such as filling the...

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Apr, 19

Helium HDDs: How and Why?

Solid State Drives are a relatively new technology and are way too expensive to implement as an enterprise-level storage option. Hard drives have always been the go-to solution for large-scale storage needs. As the other computer components got better, the hard drives were not able to keep up with their rate of innovation. Researchers were simply running out of space where to put new platters into the standard 3.5-inch form factor. Western Digital has come up with a solution to this problem in a very unexpected way. They decided to fill the Hard Drives with Helium, a gas that has a density...

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Mar, 19

We have officially launched our SSD VPS servers. For decades, hard disk drives have been used as the main storage devices in the IT field, but with the latest technological advancements, solid state storage has been becoming the next step in performance improvements for both consumer desktop computers and servers alike. Over the past few years, SSDs have become significantly larger in storage size, as well as becoming more affordable, allowing them to be implemented in more complex server configurations. Our VPS servers were previously all based on high-speed enterprise-grade Hard Disk...