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    1 July

    Starlink Aims High, Targets $6.8 Million In Revenue & Boeing 737 For Inflight Wi-Fi

    Space Exploration Technologies Corp.’s (SpaceX) Starlink, satellite internet service Starlink, is on its way to spread satellites for enabling worldwide coverage, bring internet onboard popular commercial airliners and demonstrate consistent revenue growth. Additionally, the company has no plans for an initial public offering (IPO) for Starlink, despite some rumors claiming that it might go public via a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). These details come through an interview given by SpaceX’s president and chief operating officer, (COO) Ms. Gwynne Shotwell, and a series of tweets by the company’s chief executive, Mr. Elon Musk, as the pair look forward to testing…

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  • 1 July

    Cyberwars, battles are now raging on the Internet

    Attacks are constant on the network and are growing in frequency and intensity. They can destroy physical structures and operational systems, paralyze cities and generate millions in losses, even costing lives. But the instruments of all this chaos is not bombs, bullets or tanks, rather they are by bits and bytes. Cyber ​​warfare has been used to terrorize individual companies and entire governments. Civilians are denied basic services like electricity and heat. Most disturbingly, cyber warfare appears to be evolving in the hands of countries like Iran, North Korea, and Russia as new disruptive and destructive cyberattack techniques advance. The…

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  • 1 July

    Microsoft Windows 11 and its absurd Hardware Requirements

    Microsoft on its official website “” announced the early release of its most important software product Microsoft Windows 11, the operating system loved by a group of users and hated by other groups of users, as you may know Microsoft has a long history in the world of technology. Becoming what it is today due to the agreement reached in its beginnings with IBM for the sale of personal computers with Microsoft Windows, and obviously charging for a license that determines the conditions that users of this operating system abstain from. Also, Microsoft hated by many in the world of…

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  • 1 July

    RAID + Distributed Clustering

    A redundant group/array of independent disks (also, RAID, redundant array of independent disks) refers to a data storage system that uses multiple drives (hard drives or SSDs), among which the data is distributed or replicated. Storage server with 24 holes for hard drives and RAID implemented by hardware RAID with support of various configurations or RAID levels. Depending on your configuration (often referred to as tier), the benefits of a RAID over a single disk are one or more of the following: increased integrity, fault tolerance, transfer rates, and capacity. In its original implementations, its key advantage was the ability…

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  • 1 July

    The Countries that are Spearheads in the Development of Technologies

    Currently, there is a technology competition at the world level, for which professionals are constantly working to help technology evolve. For example, Reoltec’s objective is to promote the coordination and promotion of Research and Innovation activities within the wind sector and offshore wind is one of the sectors with the greatest technological challenges and with an interesting prospect of world growth. For more information here. The regulations for the development of offshore wind power in Spain date back to 2007 without having served to promote specific projects to date. At this time there are various circumstances that will allow the…

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