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2007-05-17 WiMAX rival to see action in Beijing Olympics
China Netcom said it will deploy McWiLL, a rival WiMAX technology for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.
2008-08-07 Will the Waving Torch make its way to the Olympics
Will the Chinese Olympic Committee allow spectators to use the Waving Torcha replica of the Olympic Torch designed to spell out messages in midair when spectators wave them rapidly back and forth
2008-07-03 Will China mobile TV take off in time for Olympics
Looks like China's much much-touted mobile TV broadcast service will crawl its way to the Beijing Olympic Games in August, as it is missing one leg
2008-08-07 Trio collaborates on mobile TV chip for Olympics
SMIC announced that Telepath Technologies Co. Ltd successfully integrated its demodulator chip, TP3001, in a majority of mobile TV phones distributed at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
2004-03-12 SMIC aims high with Beijing fab
Semiconductor Manufacturing Int. Corp.'s massive 300mm (12-inch) semiconductor fab now under construction here may well be one of the most controversial - and celebrated - China development projects since Emperor Qin Shi Huang laid the foundation for the Great Wall of China in 214 B.C.
2008-08-27 Samsung WOW 3G service shines in Beijing Olympics
Samsung Electronics' Wireless Olympic Works (WOW) service and official handsets using 3G communications platform were supplied to the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Beijing Olympic Games
2004-12-28 Opto Tech to build $20M LED outdoor display in Beijing
Taiwan-based LED maker Opto Tech Corp. says that it has plans to make the world's largest LED outdoor display in Beijing in mainland China
2008-08-12 Olympics ushers in new MEMS era
The 92,000 red, green, blue, yellow and white dots seen at the opening of the Beijing Olympics were the effects created by spectators waving MEMS-equipped electronic toy torches known as 'Waving Torch.'
2008-08-06 Now showing: Olympics on analog TV
How many people in China will watch the Beijing Olympic Games on mobile phones? Plenty, but most will not tune in to China's fledgling digital mobile TV broadcasts. Instead, they will use the old-school analog signals
2008-03-07 Leynard puts up giant LED panels at Olympics site
Beijing Leyard has completed the installation of five LED panels at the Olympic Cultural Squares in Beijing, with each panel measuring around 100m?
2008-08-04 Lenovo, Spreadtrum readies TD-SCDMA handsets for Olympics
Volunteers and staff members of the upcoming Beijing Olympics will be receiving Lenovo Mobile's TD900, the latest digital mobile TV-equipped TD-SCDMA handsets.
2008-08-06 LEDs solve Olympics' need for gigantic panels
There is only one existing technology that can be tapped to display images large enough for arena use and are viewable even in direct sunlight: the LED.
2006-07-21 Kopin preps for Olympics, ramps up HK facility
Kopin said it will ramp up its Hong Kong subsidiary to meet the demand for mobile video gear during the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
2008-06-23 CSI delivers BIPV modules for Beijing Olympics
Canadian Solar Inc. has completed the delivery of 66kW of BIPV modules for the lamp posts along the Olympic Boulevard from the "Bird's Nest", the main stadium for the 2008 Olympic Games, to the Olympic Square in China.
2007-08-02 China Netcom gives up Olympics WiMAX service
China Netcom had to relinquish its rights to provide WiMAX services for 2008 Beijing Olympics, as a sponsor for the highly-anticipated global event, according to
2008-07-29 China Mobile rents out TD-SCDMA phones during Olympics
Foreign visitors in the Beijing Olympics will not be able to use their 3G mobile phones, but they can hire handsets from China Mobile and use the country's homegrown technology, a senior official disclosed
2008-07-28 Beijing Olympics to impact China PC market
Because of China's massive economy, the Olympic Games are expected to have limited impact on China's PC market, according to Gartner Inc.
2008-09-11 Nokia Siemens powers Beijing-Tianjin railway comms system
Nokia Siemens Networks has implemented its GSM-R solution to enable China's fastest railway line350kmph link between Beijing and Tianjin
2008-08-14 Freescale helps reduce gas emissions at Olympics
Freescale Semiconductor is providing MCU technology for ElectroJet Inc.'s fuel injection system, designed to reduce harmful emissions by 65 percent and increase fuel economy by 12 percent in motorcycle applications.
2007-11-23 China telco aims for 'green' Olympics with Nokia Siemens tech
Nokia Siemens Networks has signed a contract that will make available its energy-efficient Flexi GSM Base Stations to China Mobile Group Beijing, thereby helping the telco attain its goal of making the Beijing 2008 Olympics a 'green' event.
2007-01-19 China preps WiMAX rival for Olympics
China is testing a potential rival to WiMAX that may see its debut in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
2003-04-03 Barco forms LED display venture with Beijing Leyard
Barco has formed a joint venture with Beijing Leyard Electronics Technology Co. Ltd
2008-07-09 TI, Xinwei step up broadband coverage in China households
With Ti's help, Xinwei has reported that its next-generation McWiLL/SCDMA macro base stations will enable millions of Chinese households to receive voice and data traffic at exceptional speeds, while lowering the cost of deployment for the country's service providers.
2008-07-22 China's TD-SCDMA readies for Olympic debut
Having completed its trial evaluations in 2007, China's homegrown 3G wireless standard, TD-SCDMA, is ready to make its debut at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics.
2008-06-25 Altera CPLDs are Olymic-bound
Altera Corp.'s MAX II CPLDs are going to the Olympics. Shenzhen Huayu Communications Technology Co. Ltd selected MAX IIZ for use in its P1200 portable handsets at the summer Olympics for identification, logistics and public transportation services
2008-08-04 Showing in Hong Kong homes: Interactive TV
The delivery of news and other developments about the 2008 Olympics will be more interactive
2004-09-07 Philips supplies BMAC with contactless chips
Royal Philips Electronics has announced that the Beijing Municipal Administration and Communications Card Co. Ltd (BMAC) is using Philips' MIFARE UltraLight contactless chip technology in a new e-ticketing system for the Great Wall of China at Badaling, Beijing
2008-08-22 Large LCDs fail to catch Olympic fever
The expected sales boost of large-sized LCD panels because of the Olympics' boom in new TV purchase failed to materialize but the sales' recovery in September is anticipated, according to iSuppli Corp
2008-07-28 LabView examines structural health of Olympic venues
The China Earthquake Administration (CEA) has selected a structural health monitoring (SHM) solution developed by National Instruments Alliance Partner CGM Engineering Inc. based on the NI LabVIEW graphical system design platform and NI CompactRIO programmable automation controllers.
2006-12-05 ADI revs TD-SCDMA chipset to full 3G speeds
Analog Devices Inc. is updating its 2yr-old chipset for China's 3G standard, boosting the processing power to handle more multimedia features and revving up the data connection to full-on 3G speeds.
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