The latest version of LabVIEW will help in designing, testing, measuring and controlling applications.
National Instruments has unveiled the latest version of its LabVIEW 2010, a graphical programming environment for design, test, measurement and control of applications.
LabVIEW which can be used for capturing, analyzing, and simulating signals from multiple sources (sensors, PC boards remote terminals) and allows engineers to analyze, simulate the required signals and systems as per his design requirements for range of innovative applications. The latest version of National Instruments’ flagship product claims to reduce time with new features like off-the-shelf compiler technologies that execute code an average of 20 percent faster.
According to Mr. Jayaram Pillai, Managing Director India, Russia & Arabia, National Instruments said, “National Instruments is dedicated to empower the Indian Engineer through user-defined, software-based approach for developing test, control, and embedded applications and the India LabVIEW Conference facilitates the exchange of information and ideas about innovative advances in technology and NI products”.
Microsoft is offering its Ant-virus software to companies using genuine Microsoft Windows OS in their computer.
Microsoft has announced a new offer wherein SMB’S organizations India with more than 10 Windows-based PCs, will be offered its Anti-virus solution Microsoft Security Essentials. MSE will offer basic anti-malware protection for PCs at no cost, provided that the user has a “genuine” licensed copy of Windows.
Microsoft announced this launch in partnership with Hewlett Packard. HP’s Envy series notebooks will come with readily installed MSE on them. Users of any other PC or notebook with Windows installed on them will have to download the solution for Microsoft website.
According to Eric Ligman, global partner experience lead for the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Group, though the one-year-old security solution is fairly new, it’s already been widely used and is used by over 30 million customers in 74 different countries around the world.