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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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AIH has vested interest in creating solutions that are in line with the age of information and technology and is dedicated to the purpose of streamlining complex functions of communications, data recording and electronic computing, for businesses to increase profitability, reliability, and efficiency," said an AIH spokesperson.
It's a clever way of converging electronic computing capability with biological behavior, disguised as the sort of thing you commonly see on sailors, NBA basketball players and anyone else enamored of personal epidermal artistic expression.
Most people, especially youngsters, remain blissfully ignorant of how electronic computing evolved in the several decades after World War II and, ultimately, enabled development of today's Internet.
Use of these standards for electronic computing may grow from 35 million people today to more than 120 million people in three years.
The March issue of Lightwave magazine highlighted experiments with the integration of optical communications and electronic computing to create opto-electronic processing systems called smart pixels.
Unfortunately, because of the historically high cost of electronic computing on large mainframe computers and medium-size minicomputers, CAI has not been used extensively.
Electronic computing has become cheaper, faster, and more powerful over the years as technology advances.
This platform offers significant benefits to OEMs and will enable us to expand our position in the latest generation of high volume, portable electronic computing devices and mobile handsets.