RT Journal Article
JF Computer
YR 2014
VO 47
IS 4
SP 15
TI News Briefs
K1 Internet
K1 Java
K1 Security
K1 Supercomputers
K1 Servers
K1 Companies
K1 plants
K1 security
K1 CloudFlare
K1 distributed denial-of-service
K1 Spamhaus
K1 Network Time Protocol
K1 reflection attack
K1 Internet
K1 IPv4
K1 IPv6
K1 regional Internet registries
K1 network address translation
K1 Tokyo Institute of Technology
K1 Tsubame KFC
K1 supercomputer
K1 mineral oil
K1 Iceotope
K1 3M's Novec fire suppression fluid
K1 liquid fluoroplastic
K1 Allied Control
K1 immersion cooling
K1 malware
K1 Java
K1 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Quarterly Report
K1 Avegant
K1 Glyph
K1 headset
K1 Hiroshima City University
K1 Earclip-Type Wearable PC
K1 ear
K1 wearable computing
K1 cloud computing
K1 Quasar
K1 Stanford University
K1 Christos Kozyrakis
K1 Christina Delimitrou
K1 Telefónica
K1 BeWifi
K1 Wi-Fi
K1 Parrot
K1 Flower Power
K1 sensor
AB Topics include the biggest distributed denial-of-service ever measured, the IPv4 address shortage, the cooling of supercomputers by immersing them in liquid, a report naming Java as the leading malware target, a new headset that beams video directly into users' eyes, an ear-based computer controlled by facial movements, software that makes cloud operations more efficient, new technology that lets Wi-Fi users borrow others' bandwidth when needed, and a sensor that helps people grow plants better.
PB IEEE Computer Society, [URL:http://www.computer.org]
SN 0018-9162
LA English
DO 10.1109/MC.2014.95
LK http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MC.2014.95