Successful Test by Huawei for 100G Passive Optical Network

October 28th, 2014

Telecom Sector is the most progressing Sector in entire world, everyday we notice various inventions that claim better and improved services and features better hardware and software improvements. Now the China based Telecom Company Huawei has announced to test successfully 100G Passive Optical Network invention.

Successful Test by Huawei for 100G Passive Optical Network

According to Wikipedia definition, “Passive Optical Network or PON is a Telecom Network that uses Point to Multipoint fiber to the premises in which unpowered optical splitters are used to enable a single optical fiber to serve multiple premises”.

PON consists of Optical Line Terminal along with a number of Optical Network Units near and users. The main aim of PON is to limit the amount of fiber and central office equipment required for comparison with point to point architectures.

Today, Huawei Telecom has successfully tested the 100G Passive Optical Network. This is indeed a great achievement in Telecom Sector. The test covers transmission over an area of 20KM, while Huawei also made it sure that the system is compatible with other PON on ODN network. According to Huawei, the test will support 200 Gbit per second per port via more wavelength paths.

The recent success test has beat ZTE and Alcatel-Lucent as all these are competitors in Broadband Technology Market. The 100 PON Technology by Huawei uses Hybrid time division and wavelength division architecture to support a 4*25 Gbits per second downstream, it also support upstream @ 4*10 Gbits per second. The test enabled 100 Gbits per second access rate per port on existing ODN (Optical Distribution Network).

The new invention by Huawei Telecom is also enable to establish compatibility between 100G PON and GPON/10GPON / 40G TWDM PON, that allows Telecom Carriers to execute the upgrades to access networks.

The invention will help to meet increasing demands of home bandwidth, smart home services, cloud services, 4K and also 8K Ultra High definition videos.

China has emerged as an emerging Telecom Market with growing demand for Telecom Services, last week, ZTE Telecom which is another China based Telecom Vendor claimed to achieved the single carrier 400G wavelength-division multiplexes signal transmission over massive area of 3000 KM. The test traversing 10 reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexes with improved sign in Frequency Spectrum that suggest improvement up to 4b/s/Hz.

Motorola Moto G – Best Value for Money SmartPhone

October 22nd, 2014

The new Motorola Moto G is a handy choice for those who are in search of value for their money, Motorola Moto G 2nd Generation comes with 4G LTE, Single and Dual SIM version with guaranteed upgrade to guaranty to get Latest Android flavor (Android Lollipop). Currently it is running on android 4.4.2 KitKat with decent specs and pricing, other features include expandable storage via microSD Card slot.

Motorola Moto G

Here is the complete review of Motorola Moto G:

Display:

Earlier, Motorola was well known for its quality build and people trust for that on Motorola, now the fans of Motorola will glad to know that the same Motorola has returned back the Qualitative build for budgeted Phone, i.e. Motorola Moto G. Motorola Moto G is shaped a curvy body which is 6mm thin and 11mm thick maximum. It weighs 149 grams that makes it only 6 grams heavier than earlier Moto G Phone by Motorola. You will also find dual speaker in its front that will provide you nice voice for your multimedia usage.

Screen:

Motorola Moto G is supplied by a 5 inch display screen with a 1280*720 pixels resolution along with low pixel density of 294 PPI rather than 326 PPI in previous with Gorilla Glass 3 protection, but the screen still reflects catchy and crisp look that you love. You will get low brightness color accuracy than older version, but still the combination is strong enough to draw your attention with such budget.

Processor and Memory:

The 2nd Generation Motorola Moto G comes with a Quad-Core 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 Processor along with Adreno 305 Graphic Processing Unit that can produce admire able Ultra High Quality Settings @ 34.4 Frame Per Second. It is powered by 1 GB of RAM, while available in 8 GB and 16 GB versions. You can also expand the internal memory via microSD card slot.

Camera:

Moto G is powered by a 8 MP Primary Camera that can capture 720 Pixels HD Videos @ 30 FPS, while front end Camera is supplied by a 2 MP Camera for video calling and capturing selfies.

Battery:

Motorola Moto G is powered by a 2070 mAH battery that can last for entire day without need to put it for charging as claimed by Motorola, however tests gives 9 and half hours of usage with half brightness which is about 30 minutes more than original Moto G.

Facebook Enlightens How the Social Network Giant Protects Users’ Passwords

October 18th, 2014

At present, when quite a few tech resources are facing security breaches from hackers, trying to access user’s login and passwords, monster social network gateway Facebook that has over 1.3 Billion users and still increasing day by day, could be the hen laying golden eggs for hackers.
Although, company has the back-end infrastructure for the Open Graph to constructing data centers all over the world, Facebook’s defensive procedures and etiquette have been made by its security engineers.

As witnessed, in a recent blog post on Friday Facebook security engineer Chris Long clarify as to how the Menlo Park, Calif-Headquarted Company shields Facebook users passwords and by annex, all the account data protected left at the rear those passwords.

This procedure includes a substantial obligation measure of observing, beginning where a hefty portion of us do with reports of huge scale information breaks to earnestly examining open postings by invaders offering or even simply displaying stolen account data. From that point, Facebook’s security group pools the posted stolen qualifications and thinks about if the stolen email and secret key mixes match messages and passwords utilized on Facebook.

However, it’s a Long assured that being an “a completely automated process,” Facebook developers never expose nor store up actual Facebook passwords in “an unhashed form,” or in the form of plain text.

But, the protection of the user’s password and login secrecy is not only the responsibility of Facebook; the users can also make it much more secure by practicing some not so difficult measures being offered already like the two-factor authentication.

This process provides an extra coating of security; obliges the entry of a security code sent by an SMS, after user enters password trying logging in from a new browser.

There are profits and drawbacks to this course, contingent upon your perspectives. From one perspective, it does gift Facebook with a great deal more get to one’s information, with which not all clients are agreeable.

So, putting trust in Facebook Login likewise relies on the quality and dependability of the greater part of Facebook’s previously stated efforts to establish safety.

How to Get Solitaire & Minesweeper Back in Windows 8.1

October 14th, 2014

The great fans of Solitaire and Minesweeper are shocked to see the absence of their favorite games Solitaire and Minesweeper from Windows 8.1 as they were not expecting Microsoft will banish these two most wanted apps from its latest update. It seems the Windows 8.1 is incomplete without these two interesting games. These guys do not need to bother about this matter as they can get back their favorite games in Windows 8.1 without using a third-party app.

In fact, Windows 8.1 has been presented with a lot of awesome and superb features and one of them is the addition of Xbox. The users may regret for the absence of their favorite games from the desktop or Start Screen, but they would be pleased to see all of them and a wide range of games too in Xbox in Windows 8.1. Your Solitaire and Minesweeper also exist there. Here is how to get these games back to your Start screen.

Step 1: You need to click the “Start” button to access the “Start” screen where you can see the “Games” icon. Click this icon.

Step 2: You will enter the “Xbox Games” where you need to click the option “Find Games” (You will be asked to Sign In where you have to use the Login ID and Password you use to access your Microsoft Account).

Step 3: Now you will see a large number of games where you need to search for “Solitaire”. Once you find it, you need to click the option “Install” that can be found to the left side of the screen on upper corner. It will be downloaded to your system and you will find it to your system.

Step 4: Now look for the Minesweeper that can also be installed in the same way. You will find the installed games in the “Apps Section”. Now you can enjoy playing your favorite games anytime.

To confirm the successful installation of these games, you should go to the “Apps Section”. Bravo! you can find your favorite Minesweeper and Solitaire there.

You can open these games by approaching to the “Apps Section”, but for more convenience you can add them to the “Start Screen”. You need to right-click the game to show “Pin to Start” option. Once you click this option, you would be able to see it in the “Start Screen.

iPhone 6 vs Galaxy S5; Back to Back Comparison

October 4th, 2014

Apple & Samsung both are the smartphone giant manufacturer of the world and sell most number of smartphones all over the world then other competitors. Both company have a long rivalry amongst them, considering who top the charts in providing most revolutionary smartphone features and cutting edge tech leverages to its costumers.

iPhone 6 vs Galaxy S5

Now recently, few months back Samsung unveiled its most awaited flagship Galaxy S5 model, it was the most whispered and conversed device of 2014, but only before Apple launched its flagship iPhone 6. Apples’ latest release iPhone 6 is the most anticipated & looked-for device of this year now after Galaxy S5.

Here, in this article we will compare both the titan smartphone neck to neck, to figure out the “Yay or Nay” aspects of both the latest flagship smartphones by Samsung and Apple.

Samsung Galaxy S5:

High Quality Camera:

S5 has truly brilliant high-class camera, which allows user to capture high quality close to reality moments of life to remember and also enables to record HD 60fps video recording function with superior audio and video characteristic

Water Resistance:

The most distinctive and unique feature of S5 is it’s a water resistance device, but cannot be kept underwater for long time. So users are advised to be extra cautious while analyzing this feature.

Hardware Specs:

The hardware of this device is also sharp having better processor and GPU -Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 801 processor and fast Adreno 330 GPU. 

Good Battery Backup:

The ever-lasting problem of smart phones consuming Battery life is significantly improved in s5. Having sizeable 2,800mAh battery that serves up to whole day.

Unique Fingerprint Scanner:

The other unique and distinctive d=feature of S5 comprises of fingerprint scanner which allows user multiple conveniences through it like unlocking the phone, authorize PayPal transactions, locking sensitive folders via this scanner is also possible.

Cons of Samsung Galaxy S5: 

Build Quality:

The biggest disappointment of S5 is its quite ordinary plastic design although people expected some thing more pushing the envelope.

User interface:

Touchwize is bit improved but lags in many multitasking process and specially issues being reported regarding fingerprint scanner failing to read.

Performance Issues:

The hardware specs like 2 GB Ram and 2.5 GHz processor some times disappoints you and lags behind what user have expected out of it.

Price:

The price tag attached to it is also on a higher side comparatively it’s very expensive that not many people are able to buy this phone.

Verdict:

Overall the design and user interface of Galaxy S5 provides nothing newfangled its just improved in comparison with S4 that’s it.

Apple’s IPhone 6:

IOS 8: 

The iPhone 6 come with pre-installed iOS 8 supporting direct updates from manufacturer, mostly bringing lots of tweaks and polished customization leverages. IOS offers turn-by-turn direction and also makes available most needed child lock option. There is one preloaded unique app has also been made available in iPhone 6 named Health, chunk of HealthKit, which will be a health-tracking app that uses the iPhone’s sensors to provide you daily routine analytics. 

Display 

Apple since its first iPhone launch has provided not so big display screen, but now iPhone 6 is outfitted with a bigger display of 4.7 inches that allows user to have a competitive screen size. The display provides vivid retina display that makes it look ravishing at 334 x 750 pixel resolution at 325 pixels-per-inch.

Design:

The iPhone 6 is one of the Apple’s thinnest and sleekest handsets till date, its just 6.9mm thin. It’s got a strong combination of metal back with aluminum blend, makes it a premium feel while holding in hand.

Hardware:

Equipped with Apple A8 chipset and also built in with 1 GB of RAM storage. Processor inside is Dual-core 1.4 GHz Cyclone (ARM v8-based) GPU PowerVR GX6450 (quad-core graphics).

Connectivity & Storage:

IPhone 6 appears in 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB storage variants. Also the most dynamic feature is their fingerprint scanner that supplies more reliable fingerprint recognition and can also be used for Apple Pay service. Also provide 4G LTE Connectivity, for blazing fast Internet usage.

Camera: 

IPhone 6 fortunately comprises a good camera quality, 8 MP with dual led flash, processing 3264 x 2448 pixels with face detection and autofocus features.

Battery:

Owns a good battery as compare to iPhones previous releases, Non-removable Li-Po 1810 mah battery provides good amount of backup for whole day on normal usage. 

Cons of iPhone 6: 

Bendgate: 

The most conversed is its bending issue that occurs while excessive usage in pockets, or phone may get D shaped bearing certain amount of force in the middle of the phone consistently.

  • Non expendable storage option
  • Average battery backup
  • Non retrievable OS & apps updates once updated
  • Rear Camera lens phone doesn’t sit level when you lay it on flat surface.
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