Articles by author: Hilary Kennedy

Surviving Supply Chain Disruption During a Global Pandemic

Surviving Supply Chain Disruption During a Global Pandemic

In this episode of Trillium Flow Technologies‘ FlowCast podcast, host Hilary Kennedy sat down with Webster Madole — who serves as Senior Vice President of Global Operations and Supply Chain at Trillium — to discuss what factors are crucial for supply chain execution during times marked by unpredictability and constantly changing conditions. Madole, whose work…

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Energy
FlowCast: A Fast Track to Supply Valves

The well-publicized, recent and ongoing supply shortage of a wide range of materials is leading many manufacturers to postpone or reschedule projects, effectively leaving them on the table. But Red Point Alloys BV’s’ (RPA) success in overcoming that obstacle with that company’s focal product, supply valves, is a feat that — according to General…

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Healthcare
Owning the Future of Healthcare: How to Leverage Data and Analytics for Rapid Response to Emerging Threats

“HealthCatalyst comes from a healthcare perspective and designs technology to support it. They were willing to get in the sandbox with us and figure this out.” Harnessing the power of data is fundamental for any industry. However, it can be more challenging in healthcare with multiple disparate platforms, compliance considerations, and unique workflows. With…

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Healthcare
Owning the Future of Healthcare: How Health Catalyst Drives Better Population Health Through Data

Population health may seem like a marathon, but it is immensely beneficial for patient outcomes. Jonas Varnum, Vice President of Population Health Strategic Services at Health Catalyst, joined Host Hilary Kennedy to discuss how to implement population health. The goal of population health is to create a better system with less waste. Currently, there…

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Engineering & Construction
Mainstream Modular: Commercial Modular’s Momentum

The current affordable housing crisis in the U.S. impacts both the traditional single-family home market as well as the commercial multifamily space. Years ago, when the country faced a similar demand, modular construction rose to the challenge for single family homes and is now being called on as a solution to also help in the…

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Healthcare
Optimizing Medical Imaging at the Edge

More and more of today’s medical imaging devices, such as CT, ultrasound, and MRI scanners, rely on real-time AI inferencing at the edge to make critical medical decisions while patients are being treated. Intel’s Deepthi Karkada, a deep-learning software engineer, and Ryan Loney, Product Manager for OpenVINO™ spoke to Hilary Kennedy about recent trends…

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Healthcare
As Omicron Variant Spreads, At-Home Tests May Not Be Home for the Holidays

Omicron is the word on everyone’s tongues this holiday season, as the latest COVID-19 variant is surging just as the country enters peak travel dates. Already, airports have seen the most traffic since before the pandemic. The Biden administration has implemented testing requirements, regardless of vaccination status, to all international travelers to help curb the…

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connected and cloud technologies
Doing More with Less: Connected and Cloud Technologies Are Working Hard to Solve Farming and Agriculture Needs
May 20, 2024

How can connected and cloud technologies provide solutions to bring innovation and sustainability to meet the growing needs in farming and agriculture? As the global population pushes toward an estimated 10 billion by 2050, the demand for sustainable agriculture has never been more critical. With limited arable land available, the agricultural sector is turning…

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Nvidia
NVIDIA’s A100, H100, and Speedy Roadmap Drive Market Leadership
May 20, 2024

NVIDIA’s strategic advancements in AI hardware are reshaping the competitive landscape of the tech industry. Amidst a backdrop of rapid technological evolution and increasing demand for efficient AI solutions, NVIDIA continues to push the boundaries with its accelerated roadmap. In this brief soundbite, Wes Cummins, CEO at Applied Digital talks with Alicia Shapiro, the…

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A Decade of Supply Chain Disruptions Made U.S. Domestic Logistics Ready for a Baltimore-Style Closure
May 20, 2024

In the wake of the recent Baltimore Bridge collapse, the logistics and supply chain sectors are once again under intense scrutiny. This disaster poses significant questions about the robustness of current supply chain systems and the ability for the whole chain to respond to supply chain disruptions, especially given the past decade’s persistent challenges,…

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high-power density
Powering the Future: Applied Digital’s High-Power Density Innovations Transform Data Centers
May 20, 2024

In an interview with AiNews.com, Wes Cummins, CEO of Applied Digital, discusses Applied Digital’s advancements in high-power density for data centers. By equipping facilities with up to 120 kilowatts per rack, they significantly enhance the capacity and efficiency of server operations, aligning closely with top-tier tech like NVIDIA.  

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The Instrument Tracking Data Goldmine
December 9, 2021

Hank Balch, founder and President of Beyond Clean, joined host Hilary Kennedy on ConCensis to discuss how instrument tracking data can be a resume goldmine in today’s sterile processing landscape. Balch has a long and extensive resume filled with of industry awards, blogs, social media prowess and conference speeches. Balch started as a frontline technician…

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EdTech: How to Motivate and Engage Educators in Challenging Times
December 6, 2021

Flexibility means everything in education today. Dr. Karen Ingram, national education consultant for Istation, and Dr. Claudia Castillas, a bilingual virtual product development coach at Istation, joined host Hilary Kennedy to dive into ways administrators and personnel can support teachers in this era of education. When a technological solution is comprehensive and flexible —…

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How Innovative Solutions Are Addressing America’s Labor Shortage
December 2, 2021

According to the latest figures, nearly 10 million Americans were unemployed and looking for work in June. That’s just the latest statistic reinforcing the current labor shortage touching many an industry, as skilled professionals become harder and harder to come by for open positions. On this episode of Skip the Line, a Mashgin podcast,…

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School Safety Today: Understanding the Role of Lockdown Drills
December 2, 2021

Lockdown drills: they may be an increasing trend in education systems across the country, but there is a debate on the merits of these drills versus the impact they have on students, teachers, and staff. Which causes more harm, the threat of a shooting occurring, or the stress imposed by participating in lockdown drills? School…

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74% of Restaurant-Goers Want Free WiFi. Is it Worth the Cybersecurity Risks?
November 23, 2021

Commentary: You’ve likely placed an on-line food order in the past six months; many of us do it on a regular basis. We all took notice as restaurants all over the world were thrust into a shift towards a delivery- or pickup-only business model in order to survive during the pandemic, mostly with consumers…

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Consider APIs as part of your fiber network management strategy
November 18, 2021

Guests Michael Measels, Vice President of Product Management at 3-GIS, and Matt Sherrod GTM Americas Service Provider, from Blue Planet, joined Host Hilary Kennedy to discuss customers’ desired shift from traditional models of fiber network management to open systems. The desire for openness is driven by its ability to deliver complex services faster, generate…

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A Bit About: Leveraging Security Systems to Drive Value in Retail: CEO Perspectives
November 18, 2021

“Through the ability to do analytics and, as well as demographic identification through surveillance systems, leveraging security systems to help retail organizations identify customers, identify patterns of purchases, traffic cloves of people are really powerful solutions,” Leiponis said. Security systems have many applications for retail beyond their initial use case. A Bit About, a Parabit Systems…

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Rising Pressures in Travel Industry Could Impact Your Trip Security
November 17, 2021

Commentary: Effective August 1, 2021, the Costa Rican government will require inbound unvaccinated tourists to have $50,000 in travel  insurance coverage for medical expenses, including for COVID-related issues, as well as $2,000 in coverage for quarantine lodging expenses due to COVID. Right now, Costa Rica is the only country with this kind of specific…

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Adaptive Reuse is Gaining Momentum to Tackle the Housing Crisis
November 16, 2021

With the housing market booming and driving up home prices in the US, “adaptive reuse,” or the buying up of large commercial spaces to convert into affordable housing, is gaining momentum. For instance, California’s Project Homekey purchased and converted entire hotels and office buildings into thousands of affordable units — more than 6,000 new…

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