Community Colleges: Leveraging Technology to Better Serve Students
As the nation emerges from the pandemic, new opportunities will emerge for community colleges. From reskilling the workforce to overcoming declining enrollment, educators must reconsider their approaches to learning. But which approaches will be most effective as we enter the next normal?
Kubernetes + Cisco Container Platform: Petascale Genetic Research
Clemson University is using Kubernetes and the Cisco Container Platform for cancer research. Find out how it can help speed your research as well.
Fingerprint cloning: Myth or reality?
By Paul Rascagneres and Vitor Ventura. Executive summary Passwords are the traditional authentication methods for computers and networks. But passwords can be stolen. Biometric authentication seems the perfect solution for that problem. There are several kinds of biometric authentication, including retina scanning, facial recognition and fingerprint authentication, the most common one. Everyone’s fingerprints are unique, and it is […]
5 Challenges for the Future of Wireless Networking
Learn about interesting development challenges for wireless networking, including how machine learning and machine reasoning can lead to "self-healing" wireless networks.
Vulnerability Spotlight: Multiple Vulnerabilities in CUJO Smart Firewall, Das U-Boot, OCTEON SDK, Webroot BrightCloud
Claudio Bozzato of Cisco Talos discovered these vulnerabilities. Executive summary CUJO AI produces the CUJO Smart Firewall, a device that provides protection to home networks against a myriad of...
To Err Is Human, To Understand Is Big Data
With trillions of interactions and transactions now happening online, HPC can funnel them all through big data tools that help us answer these questions.
Black Holes and Dying Stars: A High Performance Computing Use Case
High-performance computing – or HPC – fuels groundbreaking research. Learn more about how it can be used in natural sciences.
Empowering Research—and the Next Big Thing—with High-Performance Computing
As someone who frequently wonders, “Why didn’t I think of that?” I’m amazed by the capacity and creativity of those who come up with big ideas.