Amphinicy on Tour or Where to Exhibit Which Month in a Year

Posted by Mirta Medanić on Monday, Feb 13, 2017
Amphinicy Team at IBC 2016 in Amsterdam, September 2016

The new year has started, and we are already hands on new projects. Looking back at 2016, we can agree it was a dynamic and meaningful year. Amphinicy was granted with two funds for SMEs which supported our sales and marketing activities as well as business development of our innovative product, Blink. We were busy and "out there" and would like to share our travel diary for 2016.

Secrets of the Kyoto Cabinet

Posted by Mislav Ćosić on Friday, Feb 03, 2017

If you are looking for an ultra fast key value or B+ database, you are at the right place.

Belgium on Repeat

Posted by Goran Narančić on Thursday, Jan 19, 2017

Over the years, Amphinicy has grown significantly. It runs several projects of various sizes; some of these projects are in-house while others are done in collaboration with other companies, mainly European companies involved with the space industry. When we joined Amphinicy, it was to join a long-running collaboration with a company headquartered in Belgium. That included us regularly travelling to Belgium to work locally for several weeks at a time, and in this post we would like to talk a bit about that experience.

Let It Rain (Just Not over My Satellite Link)

Posted by Marko Đurić on Monday, Jan 02, 2017
Satellite Communication Systems Literature

We have attended a great Satellite Communication Systems education held by professor Michel Bousquet from the Institut supérieur de l'aéronautique et de l'espace (eng. National Higher French Institute of Aeronautics and Space, or simply ISAE) that was held on SES premises in Betzdorf, Luxembourg. Although the education was highly technical, professor managed to squeeze everything in four busy days, without skipping chapters or taking any shortcuts.

EmDrive - Fact or fiction

Posted by Šadi El Assadi on Thursday, Dec 22, 2016

Just recently, NASA Eagleworks laboratory have published a peer reviewed paper on EmDrive – a new type of drive which doesn’t require propellant to generate thrust. Is this a game breaking technology that will change how we perceive space traveling or is it just another headline that will be forgotten before years end?

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