The Computer Peripheral and Other Devices Market Report offers up to date information on all your tech appliances. The report covers all the new and “just hit the market” products and how they have been doing on a global level.


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Intel has announced that they will be shipping a silicon photonics module in data centers for 100Gpbs. Used in optical interconnects for data communications applications, the Intel Silicon Photonics 100Gbps  (Parallel Single Mode fibre 4-lane) PSM4 QSFP28 Optical Transceiver comes in a small form-factor with high speed and lower power consumption build.


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Toshiba announced they will start to ship Hi-Speed-compatible TransMemory USB 2.0 flash drives which can go up to 128GB in the fourth quarter. The Hi-Speed-compatible TransMemory USB 2.0 flash drives will come with a USB connector that retracts by pulling the slide control. Toshiba will debut a 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and the flagship 128GB version.


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A US firm has created a secure online marketplace for the purchase and sales of small cell wireless basestation installation. In areas of high traffic density, these small form factor basestations are being used to augment their networks and can be installed on everything from apartment roofs to shopping centers. Small CellSite initially targeted the North American market with the aim of providing property owners and managers with a way of selling basestations sites to mobile operators however a similar small cell market place is on track to debut in the UK market.


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Samsung Electronics broadcasted that the Exynos 7 Dual 7270 is now in the stage of mass production. This mobile application processor is intended for wearable devices with 14-nm FinFET process capabilities. The AP features complete WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity and LTE modem integration that includes FM radio and GNSS. The Exynos 7270 combines 4 in 1 technology that includes AP, DRAM, NAND memory chips, and PMIC packed into one single device. While this new Exynos is still undergoing production, NFC and some sensors are available to device manufacturers and other customers, as well as an Exynos 7270 reference platform. Xilinx, Inc has recently revealed that the production of its 16nm UltraScale+ portfolio is ahead of schedule.


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Global Software Major Infosys announced on Tuesday that it has secured a five year outsourcing deal to manage the IT operations of Commerzbank, Germany’s second largest bank in the country. With plans to remodel the investment banking IT architecture as well as optimize the IT processes and potential post-trade processing utility evaluations, Infosys plans to set up a domain-based center of competence that is aligned to the bank’s business functions in the corporate and market segments.


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Facebook is unveiling a new land-based systems in order to provide connectivity to people in urban areas with poor signal. This comes on the heels of Facebook launching air drones to provide internet to remote spots. Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg emphasized that this was an important bullet point on their Facebook’s global agenda and will be making a more concerted effort into making the social network more widely and readily available to all parts of the world, especially those in the urban settings that are experiencing poor connectivity.


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Michael Justin Allen Sexton released an article on Tom’s Hardware on March 23, 2016 talking about Intel and how they are no longer going to use their tick tock design cadence which is associated with the new extended development scheme.


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