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November 30, 6pm: IEEE Reliability Society Denver/Pikes Peak Chapter meeting

You are cordially invited to attend our November meeting this November 30 starting at 6pm. The event will be held at the CU Student Commons Building, University of Colorado, Denver Downtown Campus. Detailed room info and parking instructions will be … Continue reading

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IEEE Reliability Society Denver Section Meeting on September 8th, Golden, CO

Upcoming Meetings and Events 2014 September Meeting: “IT and Telecommunications Reliability Concerns and Assurance Science” speaker: Jason Rupe, Ph.D., Sr. Member IEEE Date and Time: September 8th, Monday, 2014, 6:00pm – 8:00pm Location: Petroleum Hall in the Green Center on … Continue reading

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Explaining Reliability

Most everyone knows what reliability means in its precise sense, and we can refer to definitions most anywhere which are all consistent. But I know that some of us who work in the reliability fields often struggle explaining what the … Continue reading

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Net2Plan is worth a look

I recently found a network planning tool that is publicly available through GNU public license, called Net2Plan, and I suggest anyone working on telecommunications or IT networks to give it a try.  You can find a copy at net2plan.com of … Continue reading

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It’s all about Reliability

If you consider yourself an engineer, think about what you do in a very broad sense. Engineering is all about applying scientific discovery and making it practical, useful, and widely used. If you are an Electrical Engineer, for example, then … Continue reading

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Reliability Society Denver Section Joint Meeting with SME on Subsurface Measurement and its Applications to Manufacturing

On March 19th, the IEEE Reliability Society Denver Section held its first meeting of the year in Westminster, CO, jointly with the Denver Section of the Society for Manufacturing Engineers (SME).  Lively, informal technical discussion over dinner continued into the … Continue reading

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Sorting through the nines to compare reliability or availability in designs

When comparing architectures for availability and reliability, it is often difficult to comprehend the small differences in the estimates. It is tempting to compare in terms of downtime, but doing that is a slippery slope; people like to think of … Continue reading

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