Kingston Technology Corporation is an American, privately held, multinational computer technology corporation that develops, manufactures, sells and supports flash memory products and other computer-related memory products. Their influence spans across the world with manufacturing and logistics facilities in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Taiwan, and Mainland China. They are the largest independent producer of DRAM memory modules, owning 53% of the third-party worldwide DRAM module market share. Other feats include being the second largest supplier of flash memory and USB drives, fourth largest supplier of flash cards, and fifth largest in solid state drives. The company has shown consistent growth since its creation in 1987.


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Datalogic, a privately-held computer software company, forecasted growth in its business as of this year 2014 which is attributed to several growth drivers. Main underlying reasons include the strengthening of the company’s leadership in teams penetrating the Automatic Data Capture (ADC) & Industrial Automation (IA) markets. In addition, the company is aiming for constant product innovation through a continued annual R&D investment of no less than 7% of revenue. Forecasted revenues for the year 2014 are between 600-620 million euros, with EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization) forecast between 105-110 million euros. THE ROE forecast is at 22-23%. A very considerable improvement in net financial debt is also forecasted, with estimates ranging between 40-50 million euros, due mainly in part to increased cash generation. With the continued focus on value-creation drivers, the company hopes to continue its expansion.


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The company, headquartered in Nagoya, Japan, manufactures printers, large machine tools, typewriters, sewing machines, fax machines, as well as other computer-related electronics. Brother distributes their products under their name as well as under OEM agreements with major companies.


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The company has since then expanded their product line into field-programmable gate arrays as well as complex programmable logic devices. Altera’s 2013 revenue was over $1.7 billion, pulling in $556.8 million net income.


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Founded in 1980, Quantum Corporation today is a leader in providing data protection and big data management products that are used for physical and cloud environments. Quantum’s current product lines include the following: Disk Backup Systems, Tape Libraries, Cloud Services, Virtualization Backup Solutions, NDX NAS & RDX Disk Solutions, Big Data Management & Archiving, Stand- Alone Devices & Media, and Management & Security.


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About Digi International Digi International was started in 1985 in Minnesota, but wasn't recognized as a corporation until 1989.  The same year, 1989, their shares were traded on NASDAQ under the symbol DGII. Today Digi International is headquartered in Minnetonka, Minnesota, but has regional sale offices throughout North America, Europe and Asia. They also have engineering locations throughout North America, Europe and India.


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DDR3 SDRAM - The Latest SDRAM Debuted in 2007, DDR3 SDRAM is an abbreviation for double data rate type synchronous dynamic random access memory. SDRAMs were introduced in the early 1990s to replace the traditional DRAM. SDRAMs helped computers became more powerful by allowing computers to synchronize the memory’s responses to control the inputs with the system bus.


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DT Research – Experts in Developing Information Appliances DT Research was founded in 1995 in Silicon Valley; U.S.A. DT Research develops and manufactures a variety of products. The markets they serve include education, retail, healthcare, manufacturing, transportation and finance. DT Research specializes in the development of information appliances including tablet devices and digital signage solutions.


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PCB Memory - The Main Storage Area of an Operating System: PCB memory, which stands for process control block memory, is the heart of an operating system. PCB memory, also known as task control block or switch frame, is the data structure that stores information about a process in a computer system. The process control block is the central storage of information. This storage area allows the operating system to locate and keep track of all the key information about the process. What Types of Data PCB Memory Manage? A process control block memory also manages computing resources and different types of data as well. This type of data includes:


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Energy efficient Computing Solutions by Cybernet: Cybernet is the pathfinder in all-in-one computing technology. Cybernet's product lines contain All-in-One PCs in an LCD monitor and All-in-One PCs in a keyboard for most business use, and medical grade All-in-One PCs for the health care industry. Cybernet is the trusted source for all-in-one computers, since 1996 they have focused their design and manufacturing purpose on space saving IT solutions, customizing for unique environmental computing needs.


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