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National Instruments, TPM and SME Corp. Malaysia Set-up Academy and Innovation Nucleus for Malaysian SMEs

National Instruments

PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia, 13 September 2012 – National Instruments (NI) announced the establishment of the National Instruments Academy & Innovation Nucleus (NI-AIN), in collaboration with Technology Park Malaysia Corporation Sdn Bhd (TPM) and SME Corp. Malaysia The three parties signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) witnessed by YB Datuk Seri Panglima Dr Maximus Johnity Ongkili today in Putrajaya.

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Protecting Your Tablet from Viruses

Readers of HTNet would probably notice that I’ve not been updating as frequently as I used to. Well, due to tons of changes in my life (mostly positive ones), updating this blog is not one of my top priorities right now.

Therefore, I am accepting guest blogging on HTNet and the first one will be this post from dailysmartphone.net

Azmeen

Rapidly growing sales of tablet PCs and Samsung Galaxy S3 in Poland – this year, 300000 new devices of this type could hit our market. Not surprisingly, there are also safety packages for tablets.

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Power Supply Continuity and Reliability for the Industry

Photo Credit: daveknapik

Throughout the years data exchange through computing systems has become more and more important. Twenty years ago, the only people who would care if servers are down are those who worked in research facilities or some government computing department. Fast forward to the present, helpdesk agents would be inundated with complaints the very minute your services went offline.

However, some things never change. Even as we chase to replace our energy sources from non-renewable to renewable, our medical monitoring devices and life support systems still consume electricity. That makes the age old problem of power outages a relevant issue even to this very day.

That is why the use of Uninterruptable Power Supply units are becoming more and more prevalent over the years. Considering how enormously important our health care industry have become, it is vital that the infrastructure that are facilitating this process are backed up by a solid continuous power solution such as a medical grade UPS.

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MyIX Announces Upgraded Internet Exchange Network for Malaysian ISPs

KUALA LUMPUR, July 11, 2011 – The operator of Malaysian’s sole neutral Internet Exchange, MyIX – known as ‘Persatuan Pengendali Internet Malaysia’, today announces the availability of its upgraded network that comprises a total of eight Internet exchange nodes to provide comprehensive Internet traffic routing in the country.

The upgrade saw the building of additional of five Internet nodes established in Bayan Baru, Johor Bahru, Kuantan, Kuching and Kota Kinabalu, which was commissioned by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).

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Liquids Handling and Storage Solutions for the Industry

Chemical laboratory at NIBR in Shanghai, China

Image Credit: Novartis AG

Every day, we came into contact with liquids throughout our lives. From water, to toothpaste, soap; we literally we came into contact with gallons of miscellaneous liquids daily. It is so routine that we don’t even think about it at all.

If we did however, we will definitely appreciate the technological advances that has made it so manageable. Managing, storing and dispensing liquid materials in an exciting science discipline by its own virtue. It is also an important business in virtually all areas of manufacturing. One company that is making headlines in this industry is IPSCOT.

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