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RituGupta
RituGupta
2/26/2019 6:49:41 AM
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The world is changing
I don't doubt that there will continue to be a lot of progress in these industries to ensure that the whole market is able to move forward with new digital technology for everyone to use in their homes. We are also going to start seeing a whole lot of other standards and methods of testing as all these new innovations come up on the market.

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michaelmaloney
michaelmaloney
10/29/2018 9:16:24 AM
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It seems that technological advances
It seems that technological advances need to also stay on par with market demand in order to cater to what is being asked of them. Though the setup is clearly feeling a huge strain due to multiple systems co-existing side by side with one another, it still needs to perform since that is what the market demands for. As long as there is no risks of the system failing halfway through operational hours, then the structure can still be deemed as stable and feasible.

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