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From the monthly archives: May, 2013

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'May, 2013'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Rasberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized single-board computer developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in schools. It is based on the Broadcom BCM2835 system on a chip (SoC) which includes an ARM11 700MHz processor. The Raspberry Pi is capable of running Linux and there a number of distributions created and maintained by its active community.

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Cabling and Wiring

Cables and wires are nearly always described as the same thing, but they are actually totally different things. A cable is a group of two or more insulated conductors, whereas a wire is a single conductor.

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Benefits of Conformal Coating

Conformal Coating acts as an insulator, protecting electronic circuitry against temperature extremes, moisture, dust, fungus and chemicals.

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AP@home International Conference

Our work on AP@Home involves regular collaboration and interaction with our academic and commercial partners. Triteq Commercial Director, Steve Lane has successfully led this project within Triteq and we are very proud of our achievements. The main goal of AP@home is to improve treatment of patients with diabetes at home.

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Challenge Us

This year we launched the Triteq Hub, an innovative open space where guests from SME's, start-up's, spin-outs or independent investors or entrepreneurs could come to us with their design challenges. The Hub meets once a month - it is informal, extremely lively and creates an ideal opportunity where ideas can flow.

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Cancer Diagnostic Tool

ZedScan medical diagnostic system designed by Triteq.Triteq have worked with Zilico, a spin out from the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to help develop a product (ZedScan I) that offers quicker, more accurate detection of cervical dysplasia in real time, removing several weeks of waiting time for diagnosis.

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The Chequered Flag

So what do we like doing, when we are not in the office? In December last year we had our first ever Triteq Go Karting Challenge - Richard Apsey produced a special report on his experiences. "Karting, or any motorsport for that matter, is all about getting to the end of the race first, in the least amount of time and in the most cost effective way. You may be the fastest driver out on the track but that counts for nothing unless you have reliable equipment and the full support and communication of your team. Triteq understand this and apply the same analogy to work hard for you to ensure you reach the 'chequered flag' first in your particular race."

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Bumper Growth in our Economy?

According to a recent report by Deutsche Bank, Britain's top growth sectors are R & D, Healthcare and Transport.

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