Many kinds of multiprocessing systems

multiprocessing Multiprocessing is the use, within the same system, of several CPUs that share resources among them. There are many kinds of multiprocessing systems and they vary according to different aspects. Their type will first depend on the location of the CPUs (i.e., whether they are on the same die, chip or on the same board).

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Gonzalo Jimenez: Telecommunications Engineer, is the responsible for the BIOS department.

How to be a leader in technology without losing anonymity

PC´s It is well known that, ever since they first appeared in the 80s, PCs have CPUs with Intel architecture. The fact that there are many systems based on PCs is also common knowledge. However, the general public may be unaware of the features of embedded systems around us (such as cell phones, tablets, vehicles, appliances…).

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Pedro Aparicio: Telecommunications Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. He has been Procurement Director at Teldat for 9 years, until retiring in March 2018.

IP over Avian Carriers

April Fools' DayWhile April Fools’ Day in the Anglo-Saxon world is a day for playing tricks on people, I can assure you that, as incredible as it may seem, what I’m about to tell you is absolutely true…

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Marcel Gil: graduated in Telecommunication Engineering and Master in Telematics (Polytechnic University of Catalunya), is a SD-WAN Business Line Manager at Teldat.

5G, Artificial Intelligence, SD and more!

SDWe are approaching the end of Q1 in 2018 and for various reasons across the world, I believe that in the coming days many of our readers will probably be taking a short break. Whether its because of traditional festive holidays that are coming up in many parts of the world or because of the change in the seasons. So, this is a great moment to pause and think how 2018 has progressed so far.

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Javier García Berjano: Online & Corporate marketing manager at Teldat. Javier manages the web, blog and other social media, as well as corporate marketing areas in collaboration with the different Teldat business units.  

Software as a product of intellectual activity – Reflections on software development

Software development Software development involves far more than the mere production of code. It goes beyond writing instructions and knowing specific syntax and grammar rules. So, we may well ask ourselves: what is software and how is it developed? One of the best examinations of this subject was done by Peter Naur – creator of the BNF notation and winner of a Turing award – in his essential article “Programming as Theory Building”. Here’s a summary of his idea.

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Javier Marchan: Software engineer at Teldat’s R&D department, he works in the development of the company’s Internetworking Operating System (IOS)

Code coverage: Another coverage to consider when using software applications

code coverageThe concept of code coverage affects any existing software application, from PC programs, mobile apps, the latest application for your SmartTV or router firmware. While it’s not a concept that depends on whether the software is connected to the Internet, it does affect us all. Let’s explain what it is and how to deal with it.

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Javier Dargel: Telecommunication Engineer, is part of Teldat's R&D Department. Within this department he is specialized in Operating System Development
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