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Insights from the World’s First Quantum Computer Software Company (Dr. Phil Goddard)

December 8, 2014
Insights from the World’s First Quantum Computer Software Company (Dr. Phil Goddard)

By harnessing the power of quantum mechanics, quantum computers offer the potential to solve extremely large- scale optimization problems faster than traditi…

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Accelerate High Performance Applications with IBM Platform Computing

March 13, 2013
Accelerate High Performance Applications with IBM Platform Computing

When you need to run more iterations, simulations, analysis and get business results sooner. When you have either big data and/or compute-intensive problems to solve. You need to maximize the potential of your computing power and the supporting infrastructure to accelerate your applications at scale, extract insight from your data, and make better decisions faster. You need IBM Platform Computing high-performance, low-latency systems management solutions and services to pool your technical computing resources, manage them efficiently across multiple groups and get the most out of your IT investment. Now even faster, with enhanced security, more flexibility and scale to over 150000 cores, IBM can help you optimize and manage your first departmental cluster through highly secure multi-site grids and HPC clouds.

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How to fix usb microphone problem on Windows 7

December 24, 2011
How to fix usb microphone problem on Windows 7

Edit-Holy crap, +1700 views! I had no idea that many people had problems with microphones… Alright, someone had requested that I create a video on how to fix a problem they had with their microphone not working on their Windows 7. So here’s the video. Please keep in mind that its been months since I first messed around with the options and got my own microphone to work, so don’t give me crap about the steps being a bit rough. Hope this will clear up the problem the person had with their microphone. I think the main problem was that the computer wasn’t recognizing the microphone. Luckily, that problem is fixable, and much more easier to fix than other potential problems. Here are websites I found that can provide clear step-by-step details on how to get the computer to recognize your microphone: windows.microsoft.com www.ehow.com My computer usually doesn’t look this slow; the recording program slowed it down a bit, so ignore some of the hiccups in the video. Nemesis the Warlock themes and the Gauntlet Legends theme Toxic Spire belong to their respective owners. Ironically, my microphone acted funny when I recorded my voiceover; I couldn’t hear any sound from the microphone, yet it still recorded. Go figure. :/

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