Tag: Ultra

Ultra was the designation adopted by British military intelligence in June 1941 for wartime signals intelligence obtained by breaking high-level encrypted enemy radio and teleprinter communications at the Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park. Ultra eventually became the standard designation among the western Allies for all such intelligence. The name arose because the intelligence thus obtained was considered more important than that designated by the highest British security classification then used (Most Secret) and so was regarded as being Ultra secret. Several other cryptonyms had been used for such intelligence. British intelligence first designated it “Boniface”—presumably to imply that it was the result of human intelligence. The U.S. used the codename “Magic” for its decrypts from Japanese sources.
Much of the German cipher traffic was encrypted on the Enigma machine. Used properly, the German military Enigma would have been virtually unbreakable; in practice,…

Sandisk Ultra SSD redy to be delivered

SanDisk Corporation, a global leader in flash memory storage solutions, today introduced the SanDisk Ultra® solid state drive (SSD) for the retail market. The new SSD can extend the life…

Albatron touchscreen monitor

Albatron Technology OTM215L1, the optical multi-touch monitor designed for home users, has passed WHQL test for Windows 7 in March 2010. To provide the best “touch” experience and ensure the…

3-Way SLI Announced!

3-Way NVIDIA SLI® – the fastest PC gaming solution on the market – is available today. This new technology is currently supported on NVIDIA nForce® 680i or 780i motherboards with…

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