Computer Industry News, Services and Technology News
GRAPEVINE, Texas -- DonateIT LLC (Donate Information Technology) is a start-up with a special mission. The company turns used technology donations - computers, servers, printers, ink jet cartridges, media players and cell phones - into cash for non-profits, churches and schools.
THORNWOOD, N.Y. and NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, U.K. -- IT Response launches a UK-wide online computer support service for home and business computer users. Striving to provide computer users with high quality online repair and affordable remote helpdesk services regardless of location, IT Response was looking for a long-term, reliable partner who would provide affordable technical assistance.
CAMARILLO, Calif. -- AMT Datasouth Corp., a leading supplier of value added printing solutions, announced today that the Fastmark M2 battery powered portable thermal bar code printer is now available. The Fastmark M2 is supplied with AMT Datasouth's proven proprietary PAL programming language.
Revolutionary Turn-Key Fingerprint Software Solution to Elevate Leading Fingerprint Algorithms and Readers
ATLANTA, Ga. -- M2SYS Technology, a leading biometric technology research and development firm, today announced a new version release of Bio-Plugin(TM), a fully developed, server-based, enterprise fingerprint recognition system that can be rapidly deployed, in many cases with no additional development whatsoever.
SILER CITY, NC -- Pegasus Web Services Inc. is pleased to announce it has received a Patent (Patent Number 7,096,360) from the Patent and Trademark Office today for its "Frequency-time based data compression method." The "Frequency-time based data compression method" allows High Volume Transport of Digital Data over Serial Transports. It also has claims for High Volume Digital Data Storage and a Multi-Dimensional Encryption/Decryption algorithm providing unsurpassed data security.
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Supermicro Computer, Inc., a leading manufacturer of high-quality motherboard, chassis and server solutions, has combined forces with Adaptec and Distribution Partner MA Labs to introduce the industry's first SAS server solutions with SCSI Enclosure Services (SES2) for enclosure management for the channel market space. SES2 alerts users about drive, temperature and fan failures with an audible alarm and a fan failure LED, and is a significant enhancement to Supermicro's complete line of SAS-optimized solutions.