Nebula Launches ‘Mars II’ Portable and Lightweight Projector for Rs. 51999/-
After the successful launch of its Portable Projector ‘Capsule’, Nebula, a pioneer in immersive entertainment, announces the second addition to its series with ‘Mars II’. Taking the fuss out of projection, the ‘Mars II’ offers full 720p resolution, Dual 10-watt speakers, a 4-hour battery, 1-second auto-focus and Android 7.1, all in an amazing lunchbox style DLP Projector.
Get the Giant screen action, into your Home. The Projector comes with carrying handle and compact size shaped cube, with its edges smoothly curved off. The projector supports HD Picture, 1280 × 720 HD, 300 ANSI lm brightness, and DLP IntelliBright technology that combines to provide a crisp, clear picture. It’s 1 Second Auto-Focus sets down at any distance and angle to get a focused picture in 1 second.
The Projector comes with Dual 10W audio drivers designed for deep bass deliver cinematic sound. It can also be used as a standalone Bluetooth speaker too which can blast 30-odd hours of tunes on a single charge. The Projector runs on Android 7.1, run streaming and media apps flawlessly. Seamlessly display content from Netflix, Youtube, and more for endless entertainment.
You can connect the Projector with HDMI and USB 3 ports along with Bluetooth. The projector comes with a physical remote and can be operated from Android Nebula Connect app available on both IOS and Android. It also offers a mouse-cursor mode, which can be handy for controlling some apps.
The product is available with leading retail and www.amazon.in in India.
Zenlayer Adds New Features to Its Cloud Networking Product
Zenlayer released a new set of features for its cloud networking product. These features, including traffic engineering in the backbone, BGP, enhanced API functions and data insights for customers, take Zenlayer’s industry-leading cloud networking service to the next level.
Zenlayer’s industry-leading capability to engineer network traffic combined with its global private backbone decreases network latency by 28% on average, reduces packet loss and improves network resilience. In addition, Zenlayer released API functions for partners to integrate services, systems and platforms easily. With closely integrated services on both Zenlayer and partners’ platforms, Zenlayer delivers more powerful edge cloud solutions to enable a wide range of use case scenarios in hybrid cloud, multi-cloud and across enterprise IT.
“Latency and network instability kill the digital experience, which has direct impact to client’s top line,” said David Xie, Chief Product Officer at Zenlayer. “Our new Cloud Networking products allow customers to turbocharge connectivity, instantly.”
Additional new features released include BGP and broad-scale data insights. With BGP in place, Zenlayer users can flexibly peer their networks and build virtual private clouds on demand. They can also further customize connectivity between private network and public clouds. Additionally, users can now access their telemetry data to have end-to-end visibility of their network status, connectivity quality, latency and resource utilization.
With a newly enhanced cloud networking offering, Zenlayer aspires to deliver a higher level of Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Excellence (QoE) to its customers and billions of end users across the world.
AMD’s EPYC Based Servers Become Most Efficient as It Break 100+ Records
The IT industry, computer manufacturers, and governments are increasingly concerned with the energy use of servers. Global datacentre energy consumption has grown by 155 percent since 2000 and is projected to grow at that same rate for the near future. As server computing needs become increasingly demanding in the era of big data and AI, tomorrow’s datacentres need to drive sustainability with far greater energy efficiency than ever before.
That’s why AMD EPYC is ushering in more sustainable datacentres and a cleaner, greener future of computing. The newly announced 2nd Gen AMD EPYC processors have shattered 100+ world records and we’re proud to say that EPYC-based servers are now the most energy efficient in the world.
AMD’s list of impressive customers changing their infrastructure to strive to meet environmental goals is growing:
- Twitter’s senior director of Engineering, Jennifer Fraser, wrote: “Twitter is committed to reducing our environmental impact of our datacentres by finding innovative ways to increase efficiency. The 2nd Gen AMD EPYC processor provides us the sweet spot of performance and energy consumption that we need to honour that commitment, while supporting the high traffic volume on our platform. Using the AMD EPYC 7702 processor we can scale out our compute clusters with more cores in less space using less power, which translates to a 25% lower TCO for Twitter.”
- The Lenovo ThinkSystem SR655 with next-generation AMD EPYC architecture delivered a world record for the SPEC Power benchmark for performance per Watt in Linux.
- Meanwhile, the new HPE ProLiant DL385 with the 2nd Gen AMD EPYC™ is now the world’s most power efficient two-processor server, driving server efficiency up 28 percent compared to the previous industry leader.
With EPYC, significantly less energy consumption that is good for the Earth meets performance that evolves how modern business can work. The AMD EPYC 2nd generation family of processors features up to 64 Zen 2 cores on leading-edge 7nm process technology – redefining performance and energy efficiency.
The full realization of 7nm combines with the next generation of AMD Infinity Architecture to cut power consumption, drive TCO improvements of up to 50% across numerous workloads, while significantly boosting performance. Up to 83% better Java application performance, up to 43% better SAP SD 2 Tier performance than the competition, world-record performance on Real Time Analytics with Hadoop, and world-record virtualization performance that redefines datacentre economics.