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Virtualization Reduces Costs CEMA AG at the automotive forum in Ludwigsburg: the CEMA AG presents at the automotive forum in Ludwigsburg, Germany, from 18 to 19 May 2010 the virtualization solution for CAD systems. The Virtualisierungswelle rolls in the automotive industry. Servers and storage are the end user at the heart with desktops. The advantages of desktop virtualization for special applications such as CATIA are undisputed. Two questions are crucial in the current market situation: How can I reduce my costs further, and how can I respond to more dynamic requirements? An answer is the virtualization of CATIA jobs", says Rolf Braun, Board member of the CEMA AG. The CEMA solution, on the basis of Citrix XenDesktop offers the same performance as a locally installed application of CATIA with reduced costs and increased flexibility. "Also the first interim results of a pilot project with a major automotive supplier show that: the performance of the virtual solution is excellent" as Florian Gritschneder, IT-consultant of CEMA. Through the use of the CATIA virtualized environment can be virtual, in the required number and at any location available development jobs. Expensive, and often not fully loaded, local installations are eliminated. At the same time reduces overhead for the IT sustainably. Just companies with several locations benefit from the Central Administration. In addition, the CEMA solution increases the agility: the CATIA workstations can be flexible with the software version fitted, which needs the developer for a specific job. This ensures a smooth exchange of data, which is essential in the multistage networked automotive industry. Also companies to expand dynamically the value creation network include, for example, external developers with access to a virtualized environment of CATIA, to cope with peak or to reduce fixed costs, without leaving the data's own House. Highest security standards, as well as the...
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Code One Presented 3D HDTV Live Streaming Kit On International Trade Fair Erfogreiche presentation at IBC Amsterdam participation as exhibitors at IBC in Amsterdam / new kit combined with innovative camera technology of Fraunhofer Dusseldorf 21 September 2010 the code one GmbH presented the first time 3D HDTV live streaming over IP networks at the international trade fair of IBC in Amsterdam. The Dusseldorf streaming service providers showed for the first time a prototype of the 3D streaming kits", which works with a 3D camera of the Fraunhofer Institute Erlangen. To broaden your perception, visit Anna Belknap. From the 10th-14th September visitors of the trade fair of IBC in Amsterdam had the opportunity to convince themselves of the innovative streaming technology live. The IBC is the meeting point of the world's leading companies in the areas of creation, management and delivery of entertainment and media content. Code one participated as an exhibitor. See more detailed opinions by reading what Tony Parker offers on the topic.. The new streaming was presented as additional novelty backpack with 6 Professional router. The IBC is an internationally renowned event with over 1,300 exhibitors. With the booth at IBC, we have expanded our focus on Europe. We are pleased on the results and especially exciting conversations,"says Managing Director Zlatko Kauric, code one. New 3D streaming Kit as a novelty, showed code one for the first time the new 3D HDTV live streaming Kit. It is possible that two independent camera signals (HD-SDI) in real time in a 3D stream to convert and as H. 264 video stream to transfer. The latest Kit works with a microHDTV camera of the Fraunhofer Institute for integrated circuits in Erlangen, Germany (Fraunhofer IIS), which is the technology provider for the latest code one product. The 3D streaming kit are the operator stereographic tools at disposal, which digitally correct the image positions...

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