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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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Ensuring the Best Outcome for Your SQL Server 2014 Upgrade
sponsored by SolarWinds, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: Uncover a checklist of everything you need for a smooth transition to the new SQL Server 2014.
Posted: 29 Sep 2014 | Published: 29 Sep 2014

SolarWinds, Inc.

Busting Solid-State Storage Myths: Maximizing the Impact of Flash
sponsored by Dell, Inc. and Intel®
WHITE PAPER: Access this white paper to bust common solid state storage myths, and find out exactly how some companies are using flash to reach their data storage goals.
Posted: 12 Mar 2015 | Published: 31 Jul 2014

Dell, Inc. and Intel®

School district improves performance and access with the help of integrated zero client displays
sponsored by ViewSonic Corporation
CASE STUDY: Access this case study to find out how an integrated zero client display offered a school district the fast and easy integration into their existing virtual environment they were looking for to improve student access to programs and maximize instructional time while ensuring a cost-effective implementation.
Posted: 02 Apr 2015 | Published: 30 May 2014

ViewSonic Corporation

Intel Cloud Builders Guide to Cloud Design and Deployment on Intel Platforms
sponsored by Red Hat
WHITE PAPER: This whitepaper describes scale-out storage reference architecture to demonstrate a "content cloud storage" deployment.
Posted: 06 Oct 2014 | Published: 06 Oct 2014

Red Hat

Performance, Reliability and Flexibility of Windows 7 in a Thin Client
sponsored by Dell, Inc. and Intel®
WHITE PAPER: This whitepaper takes a look at a series of desktop virtualization hardware solutions with dual and quad core options to suit your unique budget, application, and performance needs
Posted: 11 Nov 2014 | Published: 11 Nov 2014

Dell, Inc. and Intel®

Getting the most from Adobe Creative Cloud with Dell Precision workstations
sponsored by Dell, Inc.
BROCHURE: Inside this interactive brochure, explore how Dell Precision workstations and Adobe Creative Cloud software applications combine to deliver the industry standard in video editing, digital effects and in-video project management.
Posted: 05 May 2015 | Published: 31 Dec 2014

Dell, Inc.

IBM Virtual Storage Center TCO Infographic for Large Enterprises
sponsored by IBM
WHITE PAPER: View this infographic to learn how one virtual storage center can help increase capacity, reduce costs, and optimize data management.
Posted: 05 Nov 2014 | Published: 05 Nov 2014

IBM

Seven principles for achieving high performance and scalability for information integration
sponsored by IBM
WHITE PAPER: Read this white paper for information integration success stories. Also, find critical success criteria for an architecture's scalability.
Posted: 26 Jan 2015 | Published: 30 Apr 2014

IBM

5 Ways a Workstation Can Benefit Your Bottom Line
sponsored by Dell, Inc. & Intel®
WHITE PAPER: Access this white paper to discover the return on investment (ROI) of workstations versus standard PC platforms. Examine 5 ways that a workstation can financially benefit your organization.
Posted: 30 Apr 2015 | Published: 31 Dec 2014

Dell, Inc. & Intel®

A reference architecture for a leading solution
sponsored by Dell, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: This white paper explores the reference architecture for a leading server solution. Learn how this architecture is designed to influence the benefits of virtualizing the underlying infrastructure and address the common problems associated with hardware sprawl.
Posted: 21 Oct 2014 | Published: 30 Sep 2014

Dell, Inc.
 
 
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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