Published By: HP Inc.
Published Date: Dec 06, 2017
3D printing taking steps to make impact in the marketplace.
McKinsey & Company predicted the impact of 3D printing and direct product manufacturing could hit $500 billion annually 2025. But first, as John Hauer writes, the infrastructure for 3D printing – such as software, color capabilities, and affordable printing materials – needs to keep advancing.
Published By: CDW-Lenovo
Published Date: Oct 15, 2015
This document is the Lenovo reference architecture (RA) for OpenStack from Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform. The RA focuses on achieving optimal performance and workload density using Lenovo hardware while minimizing procurement costs and operational overhead. The document shows different operational models using a variety of Lenovo servers and networking products with design considerations and guidance on how to size each part of the solution. Some examples of different reference designs are provided together with an appendix containing the hardware bill of materials.
This white paper reports on how new innovations are helping accelerate new product introductions, improving collaboration with outsourced partners and suppliers, and enabling organizations to achieve compliance with confidence.
For most electronics and high tech companies, the bill-of-materials (BOM) is the central hub of product definition activities. It conveys the information needed by various departments, such as Engineering, Procurement and Manufacturing, to get the product built. However, current BOM development processes are not well-suited to today’s realities.
For most high tech companies, the Bill of Materials (BOM) is the central hub of product definition activities. It conveys the information needed by various departments to get the product to market.During this one-hour web cast, the AberdeenGroup will discuss how Best-in-Class companies are not only addressing these challenges but are excelling in their product development processes. In addition, PTC and IBM Rational will show how high tech manufacturers' can synchronize system requirements, multiple design disciplines and internal systems to provide a single definition of a product - 'a single source of truth' - throughout the product development process.