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The Sheraton Roanoke Hotel & Conference Center is looking forward to welcoming players, family, coaches and fans during the upcoming NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Semi-Finals and Championship on March 21st and 22nd at the Salem Civic Center. The full-service Sheraton Roanoke hotel offers beautiful, well-appointed rooms that include plush custom bedding, flat screen televisions, free Internet access, a refrigerator and much more. Fuel up at PI Kitchen before heading to the games and unwind in our legendary onsite restaurant and bar, Shula’s 347 Grill.
Visitors are encouraged to book their room while there is still availability. To make your reservation today, call the hotel directly at (540) 563-9300 or book your room at this Roanoke, Virginia hotel online.
The Sheraton Roanoke Hotel & Conference Center is located just minutes from Downtown Roanoke at the base of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Guests enjoy easy access to Roanoke attractions like Virginia Tech, River’s Edge Sports Complex, Roanoke Civic Center, Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke College, Hollins University, Valley View Mall and a variety of local shopping and dining. The hotel offers generous amenities such as free high-speed Internet access, plush Sheraton Sweet Sleeper™ Beds, in-room free Starbucks® Coffee, a free airport shuttle to and from the Roanoke Airport (ROA), 17,000 sq. ft. of versatile meeting space ideal for weddings and special events and an in-house dining experience, Shula’s 347 Grill. At our hotel, Sheraton Club Members enjoy breakfast, afternoon appetizers and choice of beverages at no extra charge. The Sheraton Roanoke Hotel and Conference Center is proudly managed by Stonebridge Companies in Denver, CO.
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Laundry operators are a busy bunch. Sorting loads, transferring them from washer to dryer and finally, finishing, folding and getting them shelved. Still most days they find time to unknowingly dump a bucket of money in the trash.
True, the bucket reference may be a bit dramatic, but chances are there is an activity going on in the laundry that is costing the operation money — human error.
Managers employ a variety of tactics to help prevent human error. They focus on bringing in quality employees and spend ample time training them. But short of constant supervision, which, let’s face it, isn’t realistic, human error plagues laundries in any industry.
Even the advent of programmable washer controls in the 1970s and similar technology for dryers in the 1990s didn’t do away with the problem. Refinements to the controls in recent years may have helped. Still, despite the programming breakthroughs, most equipment is not able to trump or correct an operator’s poor choice. Until now.
UNDER-LOADING THE WASHER – THE LAUNDRY KILLER
What does a full load look like before the washer door is closed? It’s a simple question, but chances are laundry staff members probably have different answers. Welcome to the world of under-loading. Laundry managers are well aware that under-loading of washers is about as common as a rewash load. In fact, in a recent survey of laundry professionals, most estimated that 70 percent of all wash loads are under-loaded.
Remember that bucket of money being tossed in the trash? Here it comes. The simple human error of under-loading wastes water, utilities (energy to heat the water), and laundry chemicals. Consider how many washes the facility processes daily and what the true costs of this simple human error could be.
THE TECHNOLOGY TO OVERCOME THE PROBLEM, AUTOMATICALLY
Employee training is the obvious first line in protecting against under-loading, though, as discussed, it’s not a foolproof answer. There is, however, technology today that totally overcomes the problem. Electrolux Professional washers now on the market weigh the load before water is added to the cylinder. If the weight comes in under capacity, the washer automatically will adjust the water level to match the size of the load. In addition, it will make the same adjustment on each fill in the cycle.
With most wash cycles utilizing five fills, the savings are significant. It could consistently save up to 30% or more water on every less than full load – that is a tremendous amount of savings over the year. Since only adjusting water levels could hamper wash quality by not sufficiently diluting laundry chemicals, the technology goes a step further. The washer control alerts the chemical dispensing system of the under-load condition and it then automatically adjusts dosing to match the reduced water fills.
DRY, DRY, AND DRY AGAIN
Human error and its resulting costs to the operation aren’t only confined to the wash side. Over-drying loads is just as frequent of an occurrence and just as costly. In the old days of dial controls, the condition was pretty visible when staff cranked a timer as far to the right as it would go. That way they were assured the load would be dry.
Employees aren’t totally to blame. We’re expecting them to know that cotton-poly sheets dry faster than 100-percent cotton pieces and that towels take longer than sheets. With so much to consider, staff will play to the lowest common denominator and crank that figurative dial to the right, hitting cycle repeat for each load that comes after. In their eyes, the process works — all loads always come out dry. Management sees it differently as over-drying wastes utilities and time. It’s also a fact that over-drying degrades linens, causing them to wear out faster.
Laundry professionals surveyed believe over-drying occurs 60 percent of the time and for an average of six minutes. Managers with two, three, four or more dryers can multiply these findings to see the full impact on their specific laundry.
ENDING THE OVER-DRYING CYCLE
This is where modern technology can correct the human error action. Though operators may decide to blast heat at a load and over-dry it, sensors designed into Electrolux Professional dryers overrule the decision and automatically stop the machine once a specific moisture level has been attained. Programming behind the process is as simple as sensors measuring the temperature of exhaust air. As the hot air reduces moisture in the load, it leaves the cylinder cooler. But as the load’s moisture level is lowered, less heat is consumed and, as a result, air leaves the cylinder warmer. The dryer’s control recognizes this transition and dials back the heat input and ultimately stops the dryer when the load is complete.
INNOVATIONS WITH INTELLIGENCE INSIDE
In addition to solving over-drying and under-loading, advanced innovations eliminate human error by displaying only the programs operators should use. Programmable and customizable controls with displays in multiple languages can help make the laundry process that much easier and more productive. For example, the Electrolux Professional Compass Pro microprocessor has up to 55 programs and a real time clock for delayed start. Washers can be programmed to automatically start in the morning and be processed and ready for the dryer when the staff arrives.
TECHNOLOGY THAT SOLVES PROBLEMS
While that bucket of cash reference at the beginning of this article might have sounded dramatic, numbers show otherwise. One need only look at the laundry professional surveys or speak with your laundry manager to see that human error is costly…very costly. Thankfully, some equipment manufacturers have been thinking of the customer and the laundry challenges that waste time, money and resources. Selecting cutting-edge laundry equipment with advanced technology can solve problems, increase efficiency and contribute to an improved bottom line.
Students new to the work of William Morris will find the full range of his achievements covered in this reissue of Peter Faulkner’s excellent biography, first published in 1980. The author has carefully placed Morris in the context of the Victorian age, but has also suggested the relevance of his ideas today. The six chapters are organised biographically and cover all aspects of Morris’s work in poetry, fiction, design and socialist politics. The emphasis is on his continuous struggle against the age in which he lived, seen as an idealism which went through various stages from the wistfulness of The Earthly Paradise through the practical activities of the firm of Morris & Company to the socialism of Morris’s later years. The book quotes freely from writings by Morris which are not easily accessible and gives an overall account from which the student can develop his specialist interests. This reissue will appeal to sixth-formers and undergraduates interested in the Victorian period, as seen through one of its most striking personalities. When this book appeared in 1980, Morris’s reputation had risen again after the low estimates of the interwar period. This was due both to the reappraisal of his politics and to the expanding popularity of his designs. Against the Age offers a clear account of Morris’s career for those developing an interest in his numerous achievements. It covers the whole range of Morris’s work, and argues for his significance as a writer of both poetry and prose. Since 1980 our knowledge of Morris has been enriched by the publication of Norman Kelvin’s edition of his Collected Letters, by the late Nicholas Salmond’s editions of his contributions to the socialist journals, by Fiona MacCarthy’s biography of 1984, and by the increasing recognition of Morris as a pioneer of environmentalism. However, the book retains its value for its wide coverage and its balanced attitude to Morris’s achievements, and for its encouragement to readers to consider the
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According to the new market research report “Hardware Encryption Market – By Algorithms (AES, RSA), Architectures (FPGA, ASIC), Products (Hard Disk Drives, USB Drives and In-Line Encryptors), Applications, Verticals and Geography – Analysis & Forecast (2013 – 2018)” , the total market is expected to reach roughly $ 166.67 billion by 2018, growing at an explosive CAGR of 62.17% for the period of 2013 to 2018.
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Encryption of data is a process of converting it into a form, where it becomes unintelligible to any person without access to a key/password to decrypt the data. The two forms of encryption that exist currently are the hardware-based encryption and software based encryption.
The major difference between hardware encryption and software encryption is that in hardware encryption, the encryption and decryption processes are done by a dedicated processor on the hardware encrypted device. In software encryption, the resources of the device on which the software is installed, are used for the encrypting and decrypting the data. This makes hardware encryption much faster. Another advantage of hardware encryption is that the cryptographic key is stored in a separate inaccessible portion of memory storage, thus making it more secure than software encryption.
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Currently the cost of adding hardware encryption capability to storage products is still slightly high ($ 20-30, on an average). Also, the flooding in Thailand and the earthquake in Japan in 2011 pushed the prices of all hard disk drives up in 2012. This was mainly because all the top players in the digital storage industry have manufacturing plants in the APAC region, especially in Thailand. Thus a demand-supply imbalance caused a drastic rise in the average selling price of hard disk drives in 2012. Such external factors have delayed the adoption and wide spread deployment of hardware encrypted products. The hardware encryption market is on the road to recovery and the product prices are starting to come down again and this is driving the market forward.
The global hardware encryption market revenue is expected to reach $ 14.86 billion by end of 2013. It is also expected to grow to $ 166.67 billion in 2018 at a CAGR of 62.17%. Similarly, volumes are estimated to grow from roughly 59.76 million units to 691.79 million units in 2018 at a CAGR of 63.20%. This growth is heralded by the consumer electronics applications market for hardware encryption products. The hardware encryption applications in the Military Defense and Aerospace (MDA) applications sector is also expected to grow rapidly in the coming five years.
The Total addressable market (TAM) revenue for hardware encrypted hard disk drives is estimated to grow from $ 48.57 billion in 2013 to $ 146.37 billion in 2018. Thus, the market penetration of hardware encrypted HDDs into this TAM stands at 20.07% in 2013 and is expected to grow to 69.05% by 2018. The rapid adoption of hardware encryption is expected in the near future. The TAM revenue for hardware encrypted USB drives is estimated to grow from $ 6.82 billion in 2013 to $ 19.14 billion in 2018. The market penetration of hardware encrypted USB drives into this TAM stands at 33.17% in 2013 and is expected to grow to 63.81% by 2018. The TAMs have been calculated by the addition of the TAMs for each of the respective application markets.
When geographical markets North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and the Rest of the World are considered, APAC has the major share in the market with expected revenue of roughly $ 5.15 billion in 2013. The CAGR of the market’s primary base – APAC, for the period 2013 to 2018 is calculated to be 58.40%. Europe and North America are the fastest growing regions, with expected CAGRs of 64.03% and 63.69% respectively from 2013 to 2018, due to the major growth spurts expected in the consumer electronics sector in the developing countries in this region.
The major players in this market are Seagate Technology PLC (U.S.), Toshiba Corporation (Japan), Western Digital Corporation (U.S.), Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (South Korea), Micron Technology, Inc. (U.S.), SanDisk Corporation (U.S.), Kingston Technology Corporation (U.S.), Imation Corporation (U.S.) and so on.
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