Cloud & Computing

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    Four IEEE Standards to Guide the Future of Online Gaming and Esports

    Why Are Gaming and Esports Industry Standards Needed? Online gaming is one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing industries, with 2.7 billion global participants in 2020 (up from 2.2 billion two years earlier), and an estimated $180 billion in revenues in 2020 expected to nearly double by 2026. This growth…

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    IEEE P2023 Standard Taking Digital Transformation to New Levels

    The importance, impact, and potential benefits associated with digital transformation cannot be overstated, as organizations worldwide are updating their business models and software applications to take advantage of low-price data collection, fast networks and cloud-based processing for their applications. What’s more, advancements in technologies, such as IoT, AI, big data,…

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    IEEE TC10: Optimizing Electronic Device Performance Through Standardization

    With the ongoing development and use of electronic devices across numerous industries worldwide, there is a global need to standardize terms and the test and computational methods used to describe and/or measure the parameters that characterize and define the performance of signaling devices. End users demand that their devices operate…

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    Paving the Way for Transformative Learning Technologies

    The global pandemic is clearly illuminating the value and even necessity of online education and remote learning for students around the world. It also is revealing key hurdles and limitations yet to be addressed in the technology space.

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    IEEE Approves Standards Project to Establish Minor Guardianship System for Online Mobile Gaming

    Ask any parents’ thoughts about their minor and adolescent children involved in online gaming and you’ll likely hear a response expressing some level of frustration regarding the amount of time kids spend in gaming environments, as well as the associated negative impacts on shared family time, academic pursuits and individual…

  • Connected Through a Disaster

    Just as residents of many south Florida towns prepare their homes and families for natural disasters—boarding up windows, stocking up on vital supplies, identifying evacuation centers, etc.—city officials must also take steps to ready for these emergency situations. After being hit hard by hurricanes in 2004 and 2006, city leaders…

  • IEEE SA Corporate Advisory Group (CAG) at Shenzhen, People’s Republic of China

    In April 2018, the IEEE SA Corporate Advisory Group (CAG) gathered with experts from leading entities from Shenzhen, People’s Republic of China. On 16 April, IEEE SA held a bilateral meeting with Shenzhen Institute of Standards and Technology (SIST), after which IEEE SA President F. Donald Wright and Wen Zhou,…

  • IEEE and China Electronics Standardization Institute Kickoff Collaboration with Working Group Meetings

    From 30 January 2018 to 2 February 2018, the kick-off meeting of IEEE P2671™ On-line Detection Working Group (IEEE/C/SAB/OD_WG) and the IEEE P2672™ Mass Customization Working Group (IEEE/C/SAB/ MC_WG) had been held in Beijing back to back. The WG meetings were hosted by China Electronics Standardization Institute (CESI) with more…

  • Bringing Quantum Computing to the Masses

    Q&A with Whurley, Chair of IEEE Quantum Computing Working Group 1. What is your vision for how technology will benefit humanity? I’m eternally optimistic about the positive effects technology will have on humanity. Too often people envision dystopian futures where technologies like artificial intelligence and quantum computing have hurt, rather…

  • The Endless Possibilities for Quantum Computing

    From creating new vaccines to smart city applications, the promise of quantum computing is almost endless. For example, researchers are working on a quantum computing platform that can detect traffic jams 45 minutes before they occur. However to realize the potential of quantum computing, standardization on fundamental quantum concepts is…

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