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Intel, NIST Researchers Measure Silicon Chip Dimensions with X-Ray Scattering Tech

The National Institute of Standards and Technology and Intel have used a critical-dimension small angle X-ray scattering method to measure nanostructured features of a silicon computer chip during a collaborative study. NIST said Tuesday it believes the CDSAXS technique could pave the way for development of new process control tools to help semiconductor …

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Red Hat Govt IT Event to Discuss Open Source Software; Paul Smith Comments

An upcoming Red Hat symposium on government information technology will feature speakers from 13 government agencies who will discuss the impact of open source software on the sector. Red Hat said Thursday its Nov. 10 Government Symposium will focus on how open source software can address government IT challenges in agility, flexibility and collaboration. “The way government …

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Intel Forms Board to Develop Automotive Cyber Best Practices

Intel has created an Automotive Security Review Board to perform audits and codify best practices for cybersecurity in the automobile industry in order to mitigate cyber risks among connected, next-generation cars. The company said Monday the board consists of security industry professionals with specializations in cyber-physical systems. “With the help of the ASRB, …

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Intel, Big Cloud Analytics to Develop Sensor-Based Tools Via Lockheed’s Health Tech Alliance; Horace Blackman Comments

Intel and Big Cloud Analytics will collaborate to develop sensor-based platforms designed to collect patient data for use in population and individual health analysis through a Lockheed Martin-led healthcare alliance, BSMInfo reported Monday. The Lockheed Martin Healthcare Technology Alliance is comprised of Intel, Cloudera, Montgomery College, Cisco and Illumina and aims …

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Intel Execs: ‘Trusted Computing’ Platform Can Help Address Cloud Security Issues

Steve Orrin, federal chief technologist of Intel, and Kevin Fiftal, civilian director of the technology firm’s federal team, have urged federal agencies to adopt trusted computing platforms to help secure geographically dispersed cloud data. “Through trusted computing, administrators can verify the trust of the virtual infrastructure, identify the location of …

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BlackBerry Joins National Cyber Security Alliance; Edward Hearst, Michael Kaiser Comment

BlackBerry has joined the National Cyber Security Alliance, a nonprofit organization that collaborates with the Department of Homeland Security, corporate sponsors and nonprofit representatives to promote digital privacy and raise awareness on cybersecurity. Edward Hearst, vice president of U.S. government business development at BlackBerry, will represent the company on the NCSA …

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Lockheed Forms Healthcare Tech Alliance; Horace Blackman Comments

Lockheed Martin has formed a healthcare technology alliance to consolidate the health information technology services of partners such as academic institutions and medical technology firms. The company said Wednesday group members include Cisco, Cloudera, Illumina, Intel and Montgomery College. Alliance members will work to develop technology services for efforts to protect patient data, …

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Intel Security, Aspen Institute: Critical Infrastructure Firms Seek Public-Private Cyber Info Sharing

A survey report by Intel‘s security business and the Aspen Institute points to a rising demand for public-private partnerships on threat intelligence sharing among information technology decision-makers for critical infrastructure organizations. An article published Tuesday on Cyber Security Dojo reports that 86 percent of the 625 respondents in the multicountry survey …

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Cray Lands Storage, Supercomputer Supply Contract With Australia Meteorology Bureau; Peter Ungaro Comments

Cray has received a potential $53 million contract to provide a storage system and a computer intended for large-scale data processing for Australia’s meteorology bureau. The company said Tuesday the agency will use the Cray Sonexion 2000 storage platform and Cray XC40 supercomputer to run weather models. Sonexion 2000 has a storage capacity …

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