Siemens' new solution comprises software called SiGreen and a distributed ledger system, called the Estainium network, that lets cross-industry partners securely exchange reliable emissions data.
President Joe Biden pushed Wednesday that the supply chain issues will be worked out so that Americans can mostly enjoy the holiday season.
An interactive plush Labradoodle puppy with a smart collar and a “magical cauldron” that allows children to brew up furry pets from a mixture of ingredients are among this season’s most-sought-after toys amid global supply chain shortages. Crates of the Moji the Lovable Labradoodle and the Magic Mixies Magical Misting
Music, dance, art and storytelling have allowed an international team of researchers to reveal aspects of air pollution in Nairobi that would not have been identified otherwise.
"Each month of the quarter got stronger," CEO Doug McMillon said. "The number of containers that we're moving through the ports has grown significantly."
Supply chain chaos will likely persist through to the middle of next year, according to Jim Snabe, chairman of German conglomerate Siemens.
In the midst of a supply chain breakdown, the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate is likely to make matters much worse, says the CEO of a
Experts say some of the supply chain delays at ports are due to a misclassification of truckers not a shortage.
IBM claims it has taken a major step toward practical quantum computation. On Monday, the company unveiled Eagle, a 127 qubit quantum processor. IBM claims it’s the first such processor that can’t be simulated by a classical supercomputer. To make sense of what that means, the company says to simulate Eagle you would need more classical bits than there are atoms in every human being on the planet. IBM is crediting the breakthrough to a new design that puts the processor’s control components on...
President Joe Biden tried to distance himself from supply chain disruptions this Christmas, telling Americans on Wednesday he was not responsible for any problems.
Cycode, a startup that helps businesses secure their DevOps pipelines and software supply chains, today announced that it has raised a $56 million Series B funding round led by Insight Partners. YL Ventures, which led the company’s seed round, also participated in this round, which brings the total investment into the company to $81 million, [
Mario Cordero, executive director of the Port of Long Beach, cites "significant progress" at California ports.