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DEFINITION: Organic LED (light-emitting diode) is a display technology based on the use of an organic substance, typically a polymer, as the semiconductor material in light-emitting diodes (LEDs). A polymer can be a natural or synthetic substance and macro or micro in size. Examples of organic polymers include proteins and DNA. OLED technology was pioneered at Kodak, by Dr. Ching W. Tang.An OLED display is created  … 
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5 Must-Haves for Highly Manageable Infrastructure
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WHITE PAPER: Learn what features you should look for when creating a highly manageable infrastructure.
Posted: 29 Jun 2015 | Published: 18 Nov 2014

Dell, Inc. and Intel®

Wyse Intel-Based 3000 Series Thin Client: Powerful and highly configurable
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WHITE PAPER: This whitepaper takes a look at the Wyse Intel-based 3000 series thin client, a hardware solution capable of driving a wide range of applications, including HD multimedia and rich graphics, to just about all of your end-users, no matter what their needs may be.
Posted: 11 Nov 2014 | Published: 11 Nov 2014

Dell, Inc. and Intel®

CW Special Report on Dell
sponsored by ComputerWeekly.com
ESSENTIAL GUIDE: This 11 page special report, independently written by Computer Weekly, gives you the facts on Dell, its strategy in 2013, products and services and financial performance.
Posted: 19 Sep 2013 | Published: 19 Sep 2013


Big Data and the 3 "V's": What To Consider When Scaling Your Big Data
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RESOURCE: Find out how Hadoop can be used to accommodate the scaling needs of big data.
Posted: 02 Oct 2014 | Published: 29 Aug 2013


The Total Economic Impact of a FlexPod Converged Infrastructure
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CASE STUDY: Explore this in-depth resource to find out the results of a Forrester Research Inc. study which evaluated the total economic impact of Flexpod in the data center.
Posted: 20 Feb 2014 | Published: 31 Jan 2013


IBM PureFlex Systems with VMWare: Cloud-ready virtualization with the flexibility of an expert integrated system
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WHITE PAPER: This resource explores the benefits of combining IBM PureFlex System with VMware. Inside, discover how you can implement a reliable cloud-ready infrastructure with integrated hardware and software designed for efficient virtualization. Discover if this combination will bring the benefits your organization needs.
Posted: 15 Jul 2013 | Published: 30 Apr 2012


Modern Infrastructure ANZ April 2015
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EZINE: BYOD in ANZ: Benefits, challenges and IT headaches Employees are demanding – and businesses are enabling – the use of personal computing devices in the workplace
Posted: 06 Apr 2015 | Published: 24 Mar 2015


Reduce data center complexity when you 'go virtual'
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WHITE PAPER: Access this exclusive, in-depth resource to find out how HP's latest solution for virtual environments can benefit your organization.
Posted: 04 Mar 2014 | Published: 31 Dec 2013

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High-performance Two-socket Server Supports a Variety of Business-Critical Workloads
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DATA SHEET: Read this informative data sheet from IBM detailing their new server hardware optimized for cloud computing and desktop virtualization and learn how their new servers can cut downtime out of the equation for you and your organization.
Posted: 07 Jul 2014 | Published: 30 Sep 2013

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IBM System x3650 M4 Servers Data Sheet
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WHITE PAPER: Explore this datasheet to learn about a scalable server package that can save your enterprise money without sacrificing speed or availability.
Posted: 07 Jul 2014 | Published: 14 Sep 2013

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LED DEFINITION (continued): …  by sandwiching organic thin films between two conductors. When an electrical current is applied to this structure, it emits a bright light. Because OLED displays don't require backlighting, they can be thinner and weigh less than other display technologies. OLED displays also have a wide viewing angle -- up to 160 degrees even in bright light -- and use only two to ten volts to operate.OLED displays are used in televisions, laptop and desktop computers, cellular phones, digital video cameras, DVD players, PDAs (personal digital assistants) and car stereos. New technologies that build on the … 
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