Jammers4u launches portable directional handheld drone (UAV) jammer CT-4001P that is designed to be compact for easy carrying and military terrain use. It is fully autonomus with built in antennas and rechargable battery for 80 min operation. Taipei, Taiwan, March 04, 2019 -- Jammers4u launches portable directional handheld drone (UAV) jammer CT-4001P that is designed to be compact for easy carrying and military terrain use. It is fully autonomus with built in antennas and rechargable battery for 80 min operation. It is best suited for military special operations teams, police and security forces that are deployed in diverse situations. CT-4001P is specialized drone to block 2.4Ghz, GPS, and 5.8Ghz signals that is used in most of commercial UAV Drones for remote control signalling. The effective blocking range is 200 to 600 meters. The jamming distance varies depending on the signal strength and location. This portable jammer does not block GSM cell phone signal. With portability and power in mind Jammers4u has developed new series of light, handheld drone hunter devices with power of much bigger units. This drone hunter has directional antenna panel that aims power delivery directly towards the drone or other remote operated vehicles thus improving the effective range. Narrow range targetting is very much desired in urban environments where jammers must not interfere with other devices in homes and offices. Directing antenna towards the target with concentrated jamming power beam limits the influence of jammer only to that specific narrow zone. 8-10W modules that deliver power in directed manner make this unit very powerful solution at a cost of portable unit. CT-4001P 32W is the new solution in portable jammer market. It packs 32W of total power in a such small package. 2x10W@2.4GHz, 10W@GPS, 2W@5GHz, give this portable unit a powerful punch even at distances of 800m. This is very important to stop the drone or remote operated vehicle before they enter . . .
The Cryptocurrency market is highly unstable and vulnerable. As a result of this, investors get into trouble during long term investments. All the cryptocurrencies are very unpredictable today. So developers are consistently attempting to introduce such cryptocurrency which is less unstable and can be trusted by everybody. The possibility of a less unstable cryptocurrency has prompted the invention of stablecoins. What exactly are Stablecoins? The value of cryptocurrencies keeps on fluctuating all the time. It depends on the demand and supply of that particular cryptocurrency. Unlike this, stablecoin maintains a fixed price. Stablecoin is a kind of cryptocurrency whose price is fixed. Fundamentally, a stablecoin is a digital money that is pegged to some assets. Those assets can be precious metals, dollar, some other form of digital currency, real estate and so on. A stablecoin ought to have as low instability. Instead of different digital forms of money that are unpredictable in nature. Stablecoins are still new, yet they can turn out to be an incredible option in future for cryptocurrencies. That have amazingly low costs since buyers dependably want to clutch a type of genuine resource that pegs the estimation of their advanced tokens. A part of the stablecoin choices has even included smart contracts in the blockchain. This guarantees transparency and eliminates forgery from the system. There are two sorts of stablecoins, completely backed and algorithmic. Completely backed stablecoins have a completely held support of the cash in a bank. That is, for each $1 of the stablecoin that exists, $1 is in the bank. Algorithmic stablecoins have a market component to change the cost of the currency. So the currency pursues the dollar. Risks involved To begin with, if the coin is completely backed up by money in a bank, the financial balance can get seized. This can be due to many things. Including, socialization of records, AML/KYC laws or any government . . .
CAPE TOWN, March 1 (ANA) - Four years ago today, on 1 March 2015, a small start-up with grand ambitions and an African dream was born. The African News Agency (ANA) was launched into the market as Africa's first news syndication service. A dream inspired by the notion of a news service by Africans, for Africans, as well as for the rest of the world. At ANA we have always believed that we, as Africans, should tell our own stories. The good and the bad, the despairing, as well as the uplifting, the failing, as well as the innovative. ANA is proudly African and at the core of our business lies quality journalism and editorial values allied to the African narrative. Our Newswire offers our media subscribers up-to-date multi–media content produced by ANA's editorial team, as well as our Pan-African and global media partners across a myriad categories, including Politics, Business, Economy, Health, Environment, Science and Technology, Faith, Sport and many more. ANA's Picture Wire boasts historical content dating back 75 years as well as contemporary editorial and stock photographs, videos, as well as graphics and contemporary political satire content. ANA's PR Wire offers small to corporate businesses a bespoke solution to increase their brand exposure by disseminating their press releases or brand statements to our ever-growing editorial network of more than 35,000 Pan-African media organisations and more than 28,000 media houses in the rest of the world. ANA was formed in the immediate wake of the demise of the erstwhile South Africa Press Association (Sapa), a decades-long institution on the South African media landscape and a conveyer belt for producing some of the country's finest journalists. In late February 2015, Sapa announced that it would be closing its doors after almost 77 years. Its final story, at midnight on 31 March 2015, ended thus: "Goodbye Sapa. Thank you for the news." In the meantime, hurriedly, a bit crazily, but with no . . .
New from iolo technologies, System Mechanic® 18.5 is about options: users can now choose between a new dark-themed skin or the classic light theme, as well as two different ways to analyze the system, with a Quick or Deep Scan, right from the Dashboard. In addition, key enhancements to NetBooster® and a re-introduced Privacy Shield™ enforce iolo's commitment to online security at a time when concerns over protecting personal data are rightly at an all-time high. Whether launching System Mechanic as a standalone PC tune-up solution or deploying it from within the total performance, protection and privacy suite Phoenix 360,™ users will enjoy even more of the speed, privacy, convenience, and flexibility they have come to expect. Choose Deep or Quick Scan depending on how far into the operating system you want System Mechanic to reach looking for new optimizations. Quick Scan: Frees trapped RAM for more speed when you need it Removes Windows® and internet junk that slows you down Protects your PC by patching security holes Alerts you of any compromised privacy settings Finds browser-stored passwords vulnerable to hacking Checks for internet connectivity issues Deep Scan does all that plus: Finds registry clutter that can confuse and slow down the OS Adjusts hidden broadband settings to unleash even more speed Locates resource-draining bloatware Defrags your PC's hard drive for faster application launches NetBooster offers several new ways to help users achieve the fastest internet speeds. Turn off up to eight unnecessary Windows services that slow down network speed Disable bandwidth-hogging Windows Update Delivery Optimization Automatically retune a dozen TCP settings with brand new recommendations for better streaming, gaming, downloads and more Adjust the amount of bandwidth Windows reserves for system tasks Privacy Shield has been re-introduced for Windows 10 users, with brand new features to easily disable the latest, even . . .
Industrial companies can better tailor production information to their operational needs using the new ThinManager version 11.0 platform from Rockwell Automation. The latest release of the thin client software can help improve productivity, visualisation, security and mobility in a Connected Enterprise. Companies can improve productivity using the ThinManager software’s new FactoryTalk Activation licensing option. It allows an unlimited number of FactoryTalk View SE sessions to be delivered to a terminal with just one FactoryTalk View SE client license, so workers can access all the information they need to do their jobs without concerns about incurring extra costs. Traditional master licensing will also remain an option for users. The ability to make more information mobile can also improve productivity. The ThinManager software’s mobile tablet applications have been enhanced to support tiling, virtual screens and IP cameras on iOS and Android tablets. These updates allow a control-room style composite application to be delivered to mobile devices. Now, users can simultaneously monitor multiple content sources while on the move. Companies can better visualise multiple or large standalone applications using the software’s expanded MultiMonitor feature. It now supports up to seven monitors on a single terminal. This update includes support for the new Allen-Bradley VersaView 5200 Multi 4K Display thin client, which provides up to seven video outputs with 4K resolution. Version 11.0 also gives users more flexibility when navigating the ThinManager software’s touch screen. New touch-and-hold functionality can help workers more efficiently access information and make changes. Other new user benefits in version 11.0 include: Enhanced Security Expanding on the ThinManager software’s many authentication options, version 11.0 adds a USB badge-reader module. This gives administrators a wider range of choices for how users securely access content. Local . . .
Intellinexus, leading cloud and analytics consultancy, has launched an artificial intelligence (AI) and business intelligence (BI) chatbot development platform with Bots121. Bots121 provides premium, ready-to-go bots that are packed with personality and technology. Emma, Luke and Mila are ready to chat… “Our bots use AI, natural language processing technologies and expertly crafted storyboards to understand, process and respond intelligently to human conversation,” explains Jacques du Preez, Managing Director, Intellinexus. “The Bots121 team have spent the past 18 months developing the platform and the potential of the bots to ensure that they have personality and relevant business capability.” For organisations looking to take advantage of the automation revolution and the potential of AI and BI, Bots121 delivers precisely what they need. From intelligent conversation capabilities to deep insights and personalised experiences to a fully managed one-stop solution, every aspect of a company’s move towards bots is taken care of. “Emma, Luke and Mila have been meticulously developed to ensure that they engage on the right levels and in the right channels,” says du Preez. “Emma is an online assistant who can answer questions and offer product suggestions with full conversational BI. Luke specialises in data and API management and can retrieve, manage and update data on demand while communicating with your business systems. Mila is our custom chatbot who can be fully customised with cost-effective extensions of her core functionality and personality.” Bots have become increasingly potent business tools as they step in to engage with customers and systems 24/7, 365 days a year. Endlessly efficient and capable, bots can communicate with internal and external stakeholders within clearly defined parameters. Their intelligence and capabilities have evolved significantly since they first entered the market and Bots121 takes their potential to the next . . .
November 14, 2018 - LSoft Technologies is proud to announce the launch of Active@ Boot Disk 14. The popular suite of disk utilities has been updated to include the most recent editions of Active@ Disk Image, File Recovery, KillDisk and Partition Recovery. Other improvements include an overhauled Bootable Disk Creator, the addition of a disk-defragmentation utility and an added option to skip USB disk formatting when creating a bootable drive. Who Should Use Active@ Boot Disk? Active@ Boot Disk was created by LSoft Technologies, an industry leader in data recovery and digital sanitation. Included in the package are Active@ Disk Image 9.1 and Active@ Partition Recovery 18, which are designed for recovering deleted files and partitions respectively. Since data is never permanently deleted from a digital storage device until it is physically overwritten, these tools exploit the opportunity to get data back intact. On the other hand, if you are selling or donating your computer, then you probably won't want someone else being able to recover data. Reinstalling Windows or reverting to factory settings isn't enough to securely erase your files either. Instead, you need a program that will overwrite all the original data with zeros. The included Active@ KillDisk, which adheres to 23 widely recognized security standards, does exactly that. These functions require a fully self-contained boot environment that works separately from your operating system. Active@ Boot Disk is exactly that - an operating system that runs from a portable device to provide access to your drives, even if you don't have an everyday operating system installed. Get started today at http://www.boot-disk.com . CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
LSoft Technologies is proud to announce the latest edition of its ultimate disk utility package - Active@ Data Studio. Version 14 ships with all the latest versions of the core applications, as well as an upgraded boot disk environment based on WinPE 10.0.16299.15. Users can now create shortcuts on their desktop and custom user menus and then save these to a USB pen drive so that they no longer have to reconfigure everything when they start up the operating system. Active@ Data Studio functions in its own self-contained boot environment, which is based on Windows 10 to provide an instantly familiar user interface that saves time and boost productivity. System administrators, enthusiasts and troubleshooters can make use of the full range of tools designed for data recovery, backup, sanitation and more. Whether your goal is to recover data deleted from formatted drives or emptied recycle bins, or you want to securely erase everything in your computer before selling or donating it, this software suite has you covered. It also includes the latest version of the disk-imaging software to make a complete byte-by-byte backup of your hard drive. Active@ Data Studio is the ultimate set of disk-utility tools, providing a large and constantly evolving range of features needed by business users and enthusiasts. The familiar operating environment allows users to work independently of the operating system, which makes it perfect for getting back lost data without risking further modification to the drive. To find out more, visit http://lsoft.net/data-studio.aspx . CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Sarsen Energy, a family run business established in 1998 is proud to announce it has become the sole importer of HKS Lazar wood pellet and wood burning boilers for the UK domestic market. England, UK., February 27, 2019 -- Sarsen Energy, a family run business established in 1998 is proud to announce it has become the sole importer of HKS Lazar wood pellet and wood burning boilers for the UK domestic market. "With the constant rise in prices of oil and fossil fuels and their detrimental effects on the ecosystem, many homeowners are sensibly looking for alternative ways of heating their homes, which are more budget-friendly and ecologically less harmful to our planet." HKS Lazar biomass boilers are a cost efficient way of heating homes using cleaner eco-friendly fuels. Biomass energy, sometimes known as bio energy, is a renewable form of energy produced from organic matter and recycled waste, in this instance HKS Lazar boilers use wood pellets or logs to provide a carbon neutral, renewable form of energy, which is cheaper compared to fossil fuels as producing biomass energy does not involve heavy capital outlay. Biomass boilers are fully automatic appliances, behaving more like an oil or gas boiler, and use advanced controls which cleverly regulate the amount of fuel and oxygen being delivered to the burner to match the heat demand on the boiler. The fuel is fed to the burner via an auger connected to the adjacent pellet store/hopper. This can, in turn, be automatically supplied from a bulk pellet store which can vary in size, depending on house size and demand. "Advanced algorithms control the boiler operation, ensuring the highest efficiency (up to 104.4% with our condensing model) and an advanced weather regulator to control the entire heating system." Sarsen Energy sells HKS Lazar biomass boilers to trade for easy installation and direct to home owners and is able to provide a list of accredited HKS installers in any area across the UK. HKS Lazar UK . . .
International provider of freight management services, Xpediator, has committed to supporting Transaid for the next three years after becoming the latest company to sign up as a corporate partner. Essex, England., February 27, 2019 -- International provider of freight management services, Xpediator, has committed to supporting Transaid for the next three years after becoming the latest company to sign up as a corporate partner. This sees Xpediator join a growing list of 34 companies from across the transport and logistics industry to apply for corporate membership, and follows donations totalling more than £3,400 in recent years to Transaid’s annual Christmas appeal. Stephen Blyth, CEO at Xpediator, says: “We are proud to be aligned with an international development organisation that is so passionate about its work. The Transaid team is dedicated to transforming lives through safe, available and sustainable transport – and that’s something we are very keen to support. Commenting on how the two teams will work together, he adds: “Across our 900 employees we benefit from vast experience in the logistics industry and we are keen to share as much relevant knowledge as we can with Transaid. We’ll be exploring opportunities to support their goals not just financially, but through our in-house skills too.” Xpediator will also be encouraging staff members from across its European network to get involved in events to raise additional money for Transaid’s life-saving projects. Caroline Barber, Chief Executive at Transaid, says: “Our corporate members play a major role in supporting the success of our projects, and we’re grateful for the added expertise Xpediator brings to the table. It’s incredibly humbling when you look at the level of industry support we enjoy; every corporate member makes Transaid stronger and enables us to extend our reach into more communities in sub-Saharan Africa.” Xpediator Group was established in 1988, originally trading as . . .