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2007-09-21 T-Mobile brings iPhone to Germany
Apple and T-Mobile announced that T-Mobile will be the exclusive German carrier of iPhone when it debuts in Germany on November 9.
2003-04-04 Entegris expands manufacturing capabilities in Germany
Entegris Inc. has added new manufacturing capabilities at its facility in Bad Rapaneau, Germany
2004-07-13 Flarion in another wireless broadband trial
Flarion Technologies has confirmed that it has entered trials with Australian wireless carrier Telstra for its FLASH-OFDM wireless broadband technology
2009-02-16 Wireless eyes digital photo frames
The latest mobile phones won't be the only attraction for cellular carriers at the Mobile World Congress.
2003-04-07 RSoft, NLCS team to enhance simulation tool
RSoft Design Group Inc. has collaborated with Nonlinear Control Strategies to introduce advanced modeling of gain, carrier induced change of the refractive index, and spontaneous emission capabilities to LaserMOD
2008-06-13 Group to deliver 100Gbit equipment, transport
A group of technologists from academia and networking companies recently started developing standards-based carrier-class metropolitan Ethernet transport networks that will deliver data at 100Mbit/s and later will target a 100Gbit/s muxponder prototype for the metro area
2002-07-11 Brooks-PRI acquires HERMOS Informatik
Brooks-PRI Automation Inc. has completed the acquisition of Germany-based HERMOS Informatik GmbH
2013-05-28 Wireless data transmission tops 40Gb/s at 240GHz
A team from Applied Solid State Physics and the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology revealed what they say is a world record in wireless data transmission and capacity of fibre optics.
2013-06-19 Understanding deep packet inspection (Part 1)
Here's a look at the use cases and common requirements for DPI applications.
2015-12-22 Top 10 innovative products of 2015
Many companies have introduced products in preparation for the growing IoT. There are also innovations in computing devices, where chips have not only become smaller but more powerful as well.
2014-02-19 Tips for cost-effective 3D IC production
Know how to distribute the cost-of-ownership across the supply chain.
2008-09-19 Solar power: The next major energy source
Photovoltaic technology offers a secure domestic power source. Here's a look at the technology that is free from the leash of the oil industry, low in maintenance, high in modularity and scalability, and the only technology capable of meeting the world's long-term energy needs without emitting greenhouse gases.
2007-02-19 Server-class COM features advanced Intel chips
Adlink's new computer-on-module products are based on the Intel 3100 that combines server-class memory and I/O controller functions into a single component.
2002-11-13 RFMD power amplifier module integrates control circuit
RFMD's RF3140 quad-band PA module integrates a power control circuit, eliminating the need for external directional couplers.
2013-11-06 Printable OLEDs to make flexible displays, PV cells possible
A team from Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research has developed a way to print organic light-emitting diodes to bring to reality next generation consumer electronics and solar cells.
2006-05-29 Philips, SK Telecom partner for NFC trial in Seoul
Philips Semiconductors and SK Telecom have agreed to cooperate on a large-scale, six-month field trial for Near Field Communication technology in Seoul, Korea in June.
2003-08-27 NTT verifies diamond semiconductor operation at 81GHz
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. (NTT) has developed a diamond semiconductor device that operates at 81GHz frequency.
2008-03-13 Next gold rush spells solar power
There is almost palpable excitement about the environmental and political benefits of solar power technology, which offers a secure domestic power source that's free from the leash of the oil industry, low in maintenance, and high in modularity and scalability.
2006-03-16 Mobile TV may not yet be ready for prime time
Receiver suppliers face a number of challenges in bringing mobile TV to the real world, including meeting the the Mobile and Portable DVB-T Radio Access Interface.
2006-06-15 Mobile TV faces a physical match during World Cup
Mobile TV faces a huge challenge when it attempts to broadcast the World Cup this month: the physical world is the natural enemy of mobile TV.
2002-08-15 MEN PC-MIP mezzanine card delivers FRAM
MEN Micro Inc.'s mezzanine card for the new PCI-based PC-MIP mezzanine standard can provide up to 512KB of NVFRAM without needing a battery.
2006-07-01 Large NFC trial under way in Seoul
Philips Semiconductors and SK Telecom, Korea's leading telecom service provider, have agreed to cooperate on a large-scale, six-month field trial for near-field communication in Seoul, Korea.
2011-10-04 Kindle Fire adds spice to tablet wars
Kindle fire brings a welcome competition to the Apple-dominated tablet market, but it may also challenge opportunities for Taiwan system builders trying to make a mark in the new mobile market.
2015-03-16 Is LTE Broadcast ready to go on air?
The latest demo suggests the time may be right for multi-casting, now that LTE is capable of the necessary bandwidth and the latest screens have sufficient size and quality to display compelling video.
2009-01-30 IR light touted to boost solar cell power
Startup Solexant has licensed materials technology that can harvest energy from IR light, boosting the efficiency of solar cells.
2015-02-03 Intel targets smart gateways with Lantiq buyout
Lantiq's presence in the broadband customer premises equipment is particularly attractive to Intel, who wants to be in the market for next-gen gateways that connect a variety of devices at home.
2006-07-01 Here comes the sun
Sticker shock at the gas pumps combined with concerns over the diminishing supply of non-renewable energy sources like coal, oil and natural gas have added new urgency to the search for alternatives.
2009-03-04 Handset-based navigation gains momentum
While sales of high-end personal navigation devices (PNDs) and expensive in-dash navigation solutions are being hit hard by the economic recession, handset-based navigation is enjoying renewed momentum, with PND vendors hoping to take a piece of this fast-growing navigation segment.
2005-11-14 Global mail services seen as new frontier for RFID
Postal and courier mail services are expected to become the second largest market for radio frequency identification item-level tagging following the retail sector, according to a research firm.
2006-08-16 For carriers, IPTV poses new challenges
The flexibility of IP delivery will make traditional RF broadcasting a thing of the past. But even as operators tackle the technical challenges that IPTV presents, they are entering a whole new world of content choices.
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