Sway plans on putting in the device in 2011. The prototype of this machine will value an estimated $67.5 million dollars. Sway plans on testing the design on land first in Oeygarden, Southwestern Norway. If the design is successful, Sway will continue testing seafaring prototypes.
Much of the wariness about moving too shortly into the cloud might be traced to the various uncertainties that continue to surround cloud computing, together with issues related to safety and privacy, capability, reliability, legal responsibility, information portability, requirements, pricing and metering, and laws and rules. Such uncertainties are neither uncommon nor sudden; similar ones have accompanied the build-out of earlier utility networks in addition to transport and communications methods. Another drive slowing the adoption of cloud computing is inertia. Many corporations have made large investments in in-house information centers and sophisticated software program programs and have spent years positive-tuning them. They … Read More