The idea behind Microservices has been with the software industry and developers for about six to seven years now, and it´s definitely a current buzz term which is being heard more and more in the industry.
The number of commuters rises to record high. According to an analysis by the Federal Institute of Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR), the number of commuters in Germany has peaked at sixty percent, compared to 53 percent in 2000.
The application of power electronics to communications devices has to do with the processing of the electrical input power using semiconductor devices and reactive elements.
Thus, the raw input power is processed according to a control input that conditions the output power. This conditioning can be carried out by DC/DC converters – that convert the DC input voltage into another DC voltage with different magnitude and possibly isolated or even inverted polarity or through AC/DC converters that produce DC voltage from an AC input voltage.
Nowadays, if you check the public IP address with which you access the Internet, you will find that it often changes.
This is due to the chronic shortage of IPv4 addresses, which are insufficient to cover current service demands. ISPs, therefore, often assign dynamic public IP addresses and mechanisms, such as Carrier Grade NAT (CGNAT), to allow various client devices to connect through a single IP address. Whilst IPv6 emerged to resolve this difficulty, migration to this protocol has proved a real challenge and not advanced as quickly as expected.
In February this year, a team of researchers both from Google and CWI Institute in Amsterdam announced that they were able to generate two PDFs documents with different content that would hash into the same SHA-1 digest. This may lead to a big problem in security that I will try to explain to you but first let’s put ourselves in context.
The growing number of electronic devices and wireless technologies providing ever-increasing performances and speeds requires a set of common standards to ensure EMC electromagnetic compatibility.
Ever since Michael Faraday’s discovery in 1831 of the phenomenon of magnetic induction, which James Maxwell later integrated in his well-known set of equations, we know that any change in an electric current produces a magnetic effect in its vicinity.