High-Tech Electronics software

The term High-Tech (high technology) relates to advanced, state-of-the-art technology such as micro-electronics used as components in the production of goods such as desk and laptop computers, mobile devices, smart phones and tablet PCs. The term high tech refers to the most advanced technology currently available. It is often used in reference to micro-electronics. Hi-Tech Manufacturing software enables control and optimisation of production operations as well as providing the supply chain visibility you need to better understand the status of outsourced activities and trading partner relationships and their impact on orders, inventory and distribution. This visibility enables effective management of every aspect of the supply chain to balance demand with production efforts, maintain optimum inventory levels and meet customer expectations.

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Acronis introduces new secure cyber protection for SAP HANA

Acronis introduces new secure cyber protection for SAP HANA

Acronis has extended the easy, efficient, and secure backup and recovery capabilities of Acronis Backup to SAP HANA data.

Have we reached cloud breaking point? Advanced report reveals concerns from businesses in cloud investment

Have we reached cloud breaking point? Advanced report reveals concerns from businesses in cloud investment

The benefits of the cloud are not living up to the expectations of UK businesses according to a new report from Advanced.

Only 44% say the flexibility of the cloud has lived up to their expectations followed by efficiencies (31%), productivity (30%) and mobile (21%). Just 19% say it has given them a greater user experience.

CloudNC launches a new gold standard for UK manufacturing

CloudNC launches a new gold standard for UK manufacturing

London-based CloudNC has launched what it believes to be a new era for CNC machined parts with the opening of the first of several planned UK factories offering aerospace-grade quality at a fraction of the price of existing alternatives.

Epson establishes its full range of EcoTank mono printers for business

Epson establishes its full range of EcoTank mono printers for business

Building on the success of its EcoTank range, Epson has announced two new models to complete its mono focused portfolio of ink tank system printers (ET-M1170, ET-M2170).

The Holmes and Watson of data computation – Why edge and cloud computing are best used in harmony

The Holmes and Watson of data computation – Why edge and cloud computing are best used in harmony

Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson both contributed essential qualities to the duo — Holmes provided the brains and Watson kept the detective on the straight and narrow.

Automation in the spotlight as business confidence remains below the long term average

Automation in the spotlight as business confidence remains below the long term average

Lloyds Business Barometer has shown that business confidence is still below the long-term average. In wake of this low confidence, businesses are under mounting pressure to become more efficient.

Technology that is changing how radiation is detected

Technology that is changing how radiation is detected

Sensinite has released a new product line designed for personal who need to detect potential nuclear and radiological threats.

Strategy in a risky world, Brexit buffering, retaining talent, AI advances & Mars landings

Strategy in a risky world, Brexit buffering, retaining talent, AI advances & Mars landings

The revered Richmond Supply Chain Forum returns to Sopwell House this October, uniting an exceptional line up of top-of-their-game speakers, delegates and suppliers to examine what Supply Chain means now and how businesses can intuitively future-proof for success.

The fourth dimension – How 4D printing is impacting manufacturing

The fourth dimension – How 4D printing is impacting manufacturing

Human beings have five senses; sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch. But what about intuition? Some people refer to this as the sixth sense. Now, a new manufacturing technique is adding an extra dimension ─ a sixth sense ─ to products with applications as varied as aerospace and medical.

Dramatic cost reductions set to transform microLED displays into mass-market products, IHS Markit says

Dramatic cost reductions set to transform microLED displays into mass-market products, IHS Markit says

Rising from negligible levels this year, the global market for microLED displays is expected to grow to 15.5 million units in 2026 as steep declines in manufacturing costs make the emerging technology suitable for the mass market, according to the recently released IHS Markit Micro LED Display Technology & Market report.

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