LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–nVent Electric plc (NYSE:NVT) (“nVent”), a global leader in electrical connection and protection solutions has introduced a redesigned SCHROFF website. The new SCHROFF.nVent.com features solutions for several industries including aerospace and defense, data center and networking, rail and transportation, telecommunications and test and measurement. It offers a best-in-class digital customer experience to enable design engineers to find, design and buy products more efficiently.
Strong Search Capabilities
The new website offers strong search capabilities to help customers quickly find information to help them select the right products for their projects. In only a few clicks, they can narrow their selections from more than 6,000 products to the few that best meet their requirements. They can also see associated pricing and inventory.
Design Support for Custom Projects
SCHROFF.nVent.com offers design tools to help customers explore options for custom projects. Users can use 3D configurators to create models of electronics
Square on Tuesday announced the first new product line extension for its Square for Restaurants business.
Specifically, the small business service and payments company introduced Square KDS, system software for kitchen displays that organizes tickets for orders placed across channels, including a restaurant’s point-of-sale and online site, as well as those coming in from online ordering platforms such as DoorDash and Postmates.
“With restaurants facing shelter-in-place orders, uncertain reopening schedules, and razor-thin margins, it’s more important than ever to stay organized and never miss a sale,” said Bruce Bell, head of restaurant products at Square. “Square KDS is built to help restaurants improve front and back of house communication, improve ticket times, and manage order flow from one central location, regardless of what the future holds.”
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Cloud data management and warehouse provider Snowflake announced a bevy of product updates Tuesday that aim to improve data discovery across its platform. Key feature updates include support for more types of data, a new developer experience, more granular data controls, and expanded access to data services from third party providers.
On the developer side, Snowflake introduced Snowpark, described as a new way to program data in Snowflake via a set of optimized APIs.
The service includes native support for multiple programming languages, allowing developers, data engineers and data scientists to write code in the language of their choice. Snowflake posits that Snowpark will simplify an organization’s IT architecture by bringing more data pipelines into Snowflake’s single, governed core data platform. Snowpark is currently available in testing environments only.
Meanwhile, the company announced that its marketplace now enables access to third-party data service providers. Snowflake also announced a row access
Limestone Bank is excited to announce the successful launch of the new LimestoneBank.com. The complete redesign is part of the Bank’s continued efforts to bring innovative banking services to its customers. The new website provides an improved digital experience for both customers and prospective customers alike.
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Limestone Bank launches new website, LimestoneBank.com. (Photo: Business Wire)
The website refresh includes a renewed focus on access to mobile and online banking which provides a secure and convenient way for customers to manage their accounts remotely. Limestone Bank is also proud to announce the expansion of a new service: Curbside Banking, which allows customers that prefer to visit a banking center to conduct a number of transactions from the safety and comfort of their car. This service is now available at seven of Limestone’s banking center
New XD6 Series E1.S Data Center NVMe SSD Optimized for Hyperscale, Open Compute Platform Applications
KIOXIA America, Inc. (formerly Toshiba Memory America, Inc.) announced another significant technological contribution to cloud data center infrastructures. Today, the company expanded its broad portfolio of client, enterprise and data center SSDs with the addition of the XD6 Series. KIOXIA’s E1.S form factor XD6 SSDs are the first1 Enterprise and Datacenter SSD Form Factor (EDSFF) E1.S SSDs to address the specific requirements of hyperscale applications, including the performance, power and thermal requirements of the Open Compute Platform (OCP) NVMe® Cloud SSD Specification.
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The XD6 Series addresses the specific requirements of hyperscale applications, including the requirements of the OCP NVMe Cloud SSD Specification. (Photo: Business Wire)
Designed to maximize system density, efficiency and simplicity, KIOXIA’s EDSFF E1.x SSDs represent the future of flash
Redesign focuses on user experience and user efficiency
NIC Hawaii and the Hawaii State Foundation for Culture and the Arts (SFCA) are pleased to announce the launch of the redesigned SFCA website at sfca.hawaii.gov.
The SFCA serves as Hawaii’s state government arts agency. Its mission is to promote, perpetuate and preserve culture and the arts in Hawaii.
“Our primary goal with this redesign was to restructure the previous website’s extensive information to better meet the needs of our website users,” said Mamiko Carroll, Information Specialist at SFCA. “Our research indicated most visitors often come seeking a specific piece of information such as grant application deadlines, current job postings and parking. By better anticipating what visitors search for, we can more effectively provide them with the information they need.”
NIC Hawaii worked closely with SFCA staff to collect, develop and design the new website. Built in WordPress, SFCA staff can also
The Apple iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPad Air have all gone on sale today in Apple Stores around the world. But it seems certain that the long, winding lines with thousands of people, some of whom had queued for days may be a thing of the past.
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Lines in London and Sydney, for instance, had a tiny fraction of the number of people who used to wait for the iPhone 6,
The ‘Chatsworth Challenge’ to Be Unveiled During CPI’s 2020 Digital Exchange—A Vision for the Future Event
One of the three environments in “The Chatsworth Challenge” game is the data center, the core of the network and where equipment needs to operate 24/7.
AGOURA HILLS, California, Oct. 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Information and Communications Technology (ICT) professionals are invited to attend Chatsworth Products’ (CPI) 2020 Digital Exchange—A Vision for the Future virtual event and test their knowledge by playing “The Chatsworth Challenge,” an interactive and educational desktop and mobile-ready game designed to educate and promote awareness of ICT industry best practices.
“The Chatsworth Challenge” combines multiple-choice based quizzes in three unique, immersive 3D technology infrastructure environments ranging from a traditional data center with power