For someone who has bought a smartphone, of course we have been confused by the specifications of our smartphone. The choice between top quality cameras, high resolution screens, and of course advanced features such as face recognition or fingerprint sensor that is integrated directly with the screen. These sophisticated specifications certainly affect the depth of our pockets.
The influence of smartphone specifications on product decisions which we will choose will certainly vary. For gamers and techno junkies, perhaps the most influential in choosing a smartphone is the processor. This smartphone user segment is very hungry for the performance of their smartphones. Even so, many of them are still confused with the mobile device processor. The many technical terminology also does not help the users in recognizing the device they are using. Because we are kind and not arrogant, we will give a little insight about the processor that is on the mobile device that you use everyday.
System on Chip (SoC)
The mention of processors for mobile devices is actually rather ambiguous because the specifications commonly mentioned in the cardboard smartphone units are the chipset system. What is meant by the chipset itself is a series of electronic integrated circuits (ICs) that regulate data flow between the processor, memory, GPU, and others. In System on Chip (SoC), the chipset is assembled into one with several components consisting of:
• CPU (Central Processing Unit),
• GPU (Graphic Processing Unit),
• Connectivity (mobile network, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc.)
• DSP (Digital Signal Processor)
• Image Sensor Processor
• Location (GPS, GLONASS, etc.)
A lot, right? All types of chips are collected into one component called the system on chip. Indeed, during the early generation of smartphones, this chip set was separate and the smartphone trend is getting thinner and denser. SoC is now … Read More
Self Inspection Programs Are Important For Detecting System Errors in the Pharmaceutical Industrypharmaceutical industry certainly cannot isolate itself from regional and global developments and competition. The challenges and problems faced by the pharmaceutical industry will become increasingly complex. So that the role of information technology for the pharmaceutical industry is very important and of course it has a variety of objectives, including to support its business interests.
Information systems in the pharmaceutical industry
The information system itself is an arrangement or collection of data, processes, information presentation, and information technology that all interact to develop operations so that they can solve problems and make decisions needed by an organization, management and users. Along with the times and technological advances, all activities related to humans are required to be more innovative and advanced. In this case, the pharmaceutical industry is no exception.
Pharmaceutical Industry is a business entity that has a license from the Minister of Health to carry out activities to manufacture drugs or medicinal substances. In the implementation of making drugs or medicinal ingredients, of course it must be accompanied by supporting technology, starting from the very beginning, namely raw materials and packaging materials until they can be released and get the title of finish good. To say a product has met specifications, it must go through various processes handled by various divisions in the pharmaceutical industry.
Good Manufacturing Practices
Good Manufacturing Practices are guidelines that must be applied in all processes in the pharmaceutical industry in the manufacture of finished drugs. These guidelines aim to ensure that drugs are made consistently, meet the established requirements and are in accordance with their intended use.
This program covers all aspects of production and quality control. In the process of manufacturing drugs, comprehensive control becomes very mandatory to ensure that high … Read More