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2015-05-06 Dell research goes full throttle for an NFV future
Dell Research is working with professors at UC Berkeley to develop reliable infrastructures that support network function virtualisation and associated applications
2003-12-03 Wind River takes part in OSDL
Wind River Systems, a provider of embedded software and services, has joined the Open Source Development Labs (OSDL
2006-04-03 100GbE spec: 2010 at best
Participants in a DesignCon panel on 100GbE have concluded that no draft standard will emerge before 2010.
2008-07-02 Can cable TV spec revive living room PC?
A new specification that defines a two-way digital cable TV link, in the works at Cable Labs, could revive the living room PC
2009-12-14 Wireless Gigabit 60GHz spec delivers 1-7Gbit/s
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance previewed its specification for 60GHz links capable of sending data at rates of 1-7Gbit/s.
2004-12-13 Too many radios, too little cell space
Cellphone makers are about to find out how many radios they can squeeze into a handset.
2011-07-25 Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
EE Times' Rick Merritt shares photographs from his trip to Taipe and Hsinchu, where he visited ODMs, the companies who design and make the vast majority of the world's notebooks, desktops and servers.
2008-12-25 Survey reveals downside of globalization on EEs
EE Times' Annual Salary & Opinion Survey found that while globalization has delivered tremendous opportunities to the electronics industry over the past two decades, it has cost many engineers in Europe, North America and other developed regions, a world of pain in terms of fewer job opportunities and lower wages.
2010-07-26 Rackspace, NASA share technology for OpenStack initiative
Rackspace recently donated code that powers its Cloud Files and Cloud Servers to the OpenStack project, an open-source cloud platform designed to fast-track technology standards and cloud interoperability. The project will also use technology from the NASA Nebula Cloud Platform
2015-10-29 PC industry is not dead, says HP CTO
Shane Wall, HP's chief technologist, described new computing markets in which HP Inc. will play, although it's not clear whether the company has clearly defined platforms for many of them.
2011-06-09 OEMS join touchscreen bandwagon
OEMs are joining the touchscreen bandwagon, creating an instant ecosystem that could vanish just as fast if LCD makers build touchscreens directly onto displays.
2003-11-27 Novel processor stirs petascale controversy
A prominent Stanford researcher has designed a novel microprocessor he claims could power a range of mighty yet less costly scientific computers.
2015-04-17 Nokia, Alcatel-Lucent merger to surpass Huawei
Nokia Corp. bid to acquire Alcatel-Lucent in a $16.6 billion deal that would create the world's second largest provider of telecommunications systems. If the deal pushes through, the combined companieswith their estimated $28 billion revenueswould leapfrog China's Huawei.
2011-06-30 Net processor manages 400Gbps data flow
The FP3 includes a 288-core packet processor, traffic management chip and fabric-access chip, which together can handle up to 400Gbps data flows with all inspection and management services enabled.
2003-01-07 Low-cost China pushes Taiwan to consider alternatives
As the distinction blurs between Made in Taiwan and Made in China, a slogan has risen in Taiwan that captures the challenge of its future: innovalue.
2007-03-27 It's a four-way battle for the backplane
Competing silicon vendors are gearing up chips to put Ethernet, Infiniband, PCIe and RapidIO in pole position for next-generation servers and communications systems that link multiple processing cards over a backplane.
2009-09-28 Intel sets sight on SoC arena
Analysts were quick to scoff Intel as a newbie to the SoC business but CEO Paul Otellini could have the last laugh considering the talent and money he is pumping to expand beyond the PC.
2011-06-23 Intel MIC to pave way for next-gen supercomputers
As Intel outlines its vision for this decade, they see the role of their Intel Many Integrated Core (Intel MIC) as a critical component of the company's exascale computing solutions.
2015-05-12 Industry preps for massive NFV rollout, Docomo takes lead
Docomo said it plans to virtualise its Evolved Packet Core by March 2016, which is one of the first public commitments from a carrier about taking the emerging NFV out of the lab and into a production network.
2014-08-11 Freescale builds bridges with Japan carmakers, enters IoT
Towards meeting performance targets, Freescale Japan's David Uze says that it is forging relationships built on trust with local automotive firms and looking to establish an IoT city in Tokyo.
2010-03-11 Core router boasts up to 322Tbit/s throughput
Cisco Systems has launched the CRS-3 core router, which handles 100Gbit/s streams and sports an aggregate throughput of up to 322Tbit/s.
2006-07-01 Clash in the PAN as formats multiply
Too many personal-area networks are trying to crowd into the digital home. At the recent Windows Hardware Engineering Conference, Microsoft Corp. disclosed its efforts to help build at least two of them.
2015-11-18 China dominates top 500 list of supercomputers
China spent huge money at its MilkyWay-2 housed by the National Super Computer Centre, using twice as many U.S.-made Intel Xeon and Xeon-Phi processors as its nearest competitor.
2013-12-23 Calxeda to discontinue ARM server prod'n
As one of the companies to deliver ARM-based servers, Calxeda said it could not hold on until the emerging market becomes large enough to sustain it.
2011-09-26 Bringing HP's glory days back
Once upon a time HP had its own symphony orchestra. The next HP CEO could take a cue from that history and be more of a conductor and less of a celebrity.
2013-01-16 Asia on the rise despite global technology slump
The sense of economic uncertainty that's gripped Western nations, particularly the crisis facing the Eurozone, has led companies to focus their attention to where investments are sure to pay off.
2014-09-30 Applied Micro, TI SoCs power first enterprise-class ARM server
The launch of 64bit ARM server models, which uses SoCs from Applied Micro and Texas Instruments, marks a significant milestone in the commercial deployments of many ARM-based servers in the market today.
2014-12-23 3D printing spins confusion at copyrights
No matter which market analysis firm you go to, it will paint rosy picture for 3D printer and consumables market. Here we look at the current and upcoming capabilities of 3D scanners that help you "copy" designs for your 3D printing needs.
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