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LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The global cloud services brokerage market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 20% during 2020-2024, according to the latest market research report by Technavio. The report provides a detailed analysis on the impact and new opportunities created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The report also helps clients keep up with new product launches in direct & indirect COVID-19 related markets.

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The increasing adoption of cloud computing is expected to fuel the growth of the global cloud services brokerage market during the forecast period. In addition, factors such as access to expertise and the low cost of cloud services are expected to contribute to the growth of the market.

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The global technology hardware, storage & peripherals market is the parent market of the cloud services brokerage market. Within its scope, the technology hardware, storage & peripherals market covers manufacturers of cellular phones, personal computers, servers, electronic computer components, and peripherals. It also includes data storage components, motherboards, audio and video cards, monitors, keyboards, printers, and other peripherals. Our report on the cloud services brokerage market offers a holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, as well as analysis on several large and small vendors active in the market including Accenture, ActivePlatform, Capgemini, Cognizant, and IBM.

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Jaguar Land Rover Reveals Headphone-Style Noise Cancelling Tech To Cut Driver Fatigue


Driver fatigue brought on by the monotonous drone of road roar and wind noise could soon be a thing of the past, as Jaguar Land Rover reveals new noise-cancelling technology.

Similar to how headphones with ANC (active noise cancelling) work, the new system uses sensors on each wheel to monitor vibrations. These are then used to produce a sound wave through the car’s audio system that cancels out the unwanted noise, particularly low-frequency sounds up to 300Hz.

The system debuts on the new Jaguar F-Pace, new Jaguar XE, and Range Rover Velar, but is likely to soon roll-out across the rest of the JLR range.

JLR explains how the system “calculates the opposite phase sound wave needed to remove the noise heard by the occupants. By monitoring in real-time, unexpected noises from potholes or rough surfaces can be isolated and removed.”

Called Active Acoustics, the technology was created by Silentium, an Israeli noise-cancelling specialist. The sound waves produced are played through the car’s Meridian sound system, removing the thrum of road and wind noise that can cause driver fatigue on long journeys.

JLR says the system can isolate and lower the volume of unexpected noises like potholes by 10 decibels, and reduce overall noise by up to four decibels.

As well as monitoring vibrations, the system also knows how many people are in the car and where they are sitting, so artificial silence can be created in the most effective way possible.

Removing annoying noises is of course

Delivery driver throws ‘fragile’ parcel over a wall


Watch: Delivery driver caught in the act

This is the moment a DPD delivery driver took a photo to say a fragile parcel had been delivered – and then launched it over a nearby 6ft wall.

Jonathan Ward, 51, sold the £625 fabric printer on online auction site eBay and said he posted it to the buyer inside a box covered in eight stickers marking it as fragile or delicate.

However, he was horrified when the buyer got in touch to say it had arrived ‘broken beyond repair’.

CCTV footage shows the delivery driver taking a ‘proof of postage’ photo, before lifting the 25kg parcel over his head and pushing it over a wall.

Another video shows it landing on the other side, bouncing off a metal staircase, which Ward claims must have been when it broke.

The precious parcel – a printer bought to make face masks – landed in the back stairwell of a chemist under the flat it was posted to.

Ward said DPD ignored his pleas for help – and he was forced to refund the buyer himself.

The DPD driver was caught on camera throwing the fragile parcel over a wall (swns)
The DPD driver was caught on camera throwing the fragile parcel over a wall (swns)

He said: “It’s disgraceful. They now won’t reply to my emails – they’ve cut me off completely.

“They need to take responsibility for what they’ve done.

“It’s not just a normal printer, it’s a printer for clothes and it was expensive – I’m £650 out of pocket.

“It’s not like it accidentally fell out the back of his van – he willfully launched it.”

The printer was posted to the buyer in Enfield, north London, on 9 September.

A staff member from the chemist found the discarded box later that day – and informed the recipient who lived upstairs.

The parcel was clearly marked 'fragile' (swns)
The parcel was clearly

Tesla Autopilot gets ‘moderate’ driver assistance grade from Euro NCAP


A European vehicle safety authority gave “very good” marks to Audi, BMW and Mercedes for their driver assistance systems, and gave Tesla’s system, known as Autopilot, a “moderate” grade in a new report out Thursday.

The ratings from the European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP) — a counterpart to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The ratings can influence consumer car-buying decisions and insurance premiums for different make and model vehicles.

In general, vehicle safety ratings from the likes of NHTSA and Euro NCAP show how well a car is designed to protect the driver, passengers and pedestrians in a crash.

Since automakers now integrate high-tech software, cameras and sensors into their cars to enable advanced driver assistance features, safety testing organizations have begun to study how effectively these systems can help drivers avoid accidents in the first place.

Euro NCAP, along with its safety research and testing partners Thatcham Research, found that the Audi Q8, BMW 3 Series and Mercedes GLE’s driver assistance systems were “very good,” the Ford Kuga, known as the Ford Escape in the U.S., had a “good” system, and that the Tesla Model 3 Autopilot, as well as systems in the VW Passat and Volvo V60 among others were only “moderate.”

While driver assistance systems may vary, they typically at least enable cars to automatically steer and brake to avoid collisions, accelerate and stay within their lanes on highways.

Tesla Autopilot in a Model 3 ranked sixth of the ten systems and cars Euro NCAP tested. It will surprise fans of Elon Musk’s electric vehicle business. After all, Tesla pioneered over-the-air software updates that let the company deliver improvements to, or add new driver assistance features, to its vehicles without requiring a dealership visit or service appointment. 

Thatcham’s Director of Insurance Research, Matthew

Driver Updates For Memorex Mem48u Scanner


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To avoid this problem, I found a software program that automatically identified, downloaded and installed the drivers I required when I installed the scanner in question.

As my scanner was not being identified by my computer, I downloaded and installed an automatic driver updater software program. Once installed, it automatically ran a driver scan to identify the updates I required for my scanner. Not only did it identify the driver updates I required for my scanner, it also identified various other drivers I required for my audio card, video card and Wi-Fi. After reading the driver scan results, the software presented the option to download the drivers. Once the download was complete all that was left to do was install the driver updates.

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