For advanced signaling over high-loss channels, designs today are using equalization and several new measurement methods to evaluate the performance of the link. Both simulation and measurement tools support equalization and the new measurement methods, but correlation of results throughout the design flow is unclear. In this paper a high performance equalizing serial data link is measured and the performance is compared to that predicted by simulation. Then, the differences between simulation and measurements are discussed as well as methods to correlate the two.
In the world of 3D printing, adding textures and repeating patterns makes parts look more realistic and more interesting to the touch. They hide layer lines and – with FDM printing – they can even wrap around corners. In this webinar, we explore a tool introduced in SOLIDWORKS 2019 that allows you to apply 3D textures to your parts, so they can be 3D printed using the F123 series of 3D printers from Stratasys.
SOLIDWORKS is a solid modeling CAD program used by millions of engineers and designers around the world. Stratasys is the global leader in 3D printing and additive solutions, materials and services, including the F123 Series of industrial-grade 3D printers.
You will learn:
Benefits of adding 3D textures and repeating patterns
The general workflow in SOLIDWORKS
Basic mechanics of FDM printing with Stratasys F123
IBM® SmartCloud® Orchestrator makes complex cloud services easy to manage. Built on OpenStack, IBM SmartCloud Orchestrator provides common cloud services for multi tier application environments on top of compute, network and storage while supporting multiple hypervisors and multi-vendor platforms. It’s designed to simplify and speed the creation and execution of process workflows that then help shorten deployment and change processes in the cloud. With standardization and automation of cloud services through a flexible orchestration engine, IBM SmartCloud Orchestrator (SCO) provides ongoing service lifecycle management and the flexible platform to automate assets that most organizations are already using.
Data center cable management is often considered a problem reserved for network engineering teams, but bad cable design can wreak havoc across your entire enterprise.
“Spaghetti” cabinets and other symptoms of ill-considered cabling make it more difficult to complete equipment installations, troubleshooting, and maintenance. They can create an unsafe operating environment for your equipment by restricting airflow to racks, trapping dust, keeping cables warm, and making it impossible to understand at a glance how your devices are connected. Bad cable management practices can even hinder modern data center environments from adapting to new technologies like IoT and big data, provisioning IT resources on demand to support business innovation, and utilizing data center capacity to promote scalability, efficiency, and cost effectiveness.
There is simply no easier way to make compact, professional quality patches for your software and electronic content. Visual Patch 2.0's point-and-click design workflow takes the difficulty out of building even complex full-history patches.
A great customer relationship management (CRM) solution can enable a significant return on investment and revenue when its user experience is designed around the natural workflows of its users, such as sales representatives and their managers.