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The Internet, sometimes called the "Net", is a worldwide system of computer networks. It is a public, cooperative and self-sustaining facility accessible to hundreds of millions of people worldwide.
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2003-04-30 Wacker Chemie signs MCI as its comms provider
Wacker Chemie GmbH has selected MCI as its primary global communications provider.
2008-08-14 vzRoom targets personal comms, video conferencing apps
Manipeer Limited, a Hong Kong-based developer of technology in Internet communication, introduces the vzRoom, an integrated personal video communication solution.
2005-07-21 VoIP market to hit $4 billion by 2010, says report
The North American voice over IP (VoIP) is on the brink of a phenomenal growth spurt over the next six years, driven by the pervasiveness of broadband Internet access and the availability of low-cost VoIP services, according to Frost & Sulllivan.
2006-06-08 VoIP engine features analog telephony interface
Infineon's new single-chip VoIP engine with integrated codec is touted to be the world's first to allow any analog phone to make VoIP calls.
2003-09-25 VoIP chip targets home gateways
Texas Instruments is looking to make voice-over-Internet Protocol capabilities a reality in lower-end residential and SoHo gateway and router designs.
2004-01-01 Voice-over-broadband: Is China up for it?
The burgeoning telecom market in China looks certain to be one of the key countries driving the global DSL market in a few years' time.
2001-08-09 Voice Quality (VQ) in converging telephony and IP networks
This conference technical paper discusses factors that affect voice quality, as well as network impairments and their causes in a converged telephony and Internet protocol (IP) network, all from the perspective of the quality of the analog voice signal.
2005-07-01 VMs tighten up PC security
Virtual machines can bridge the gap between data protection and usability.
2015-01-30 Vishay debuts extremely-compact SPST analogue switches
The 1.4mm x 1.4mm with a 0.35mm pitch Siliconix DG2501, DG2502 and DG2503 are geared for wearable electronics and sensors and consumer and communication devices.
2007-09-25 Virtual world market opens doors for chipmakers
The Internet is gearing to move across virtual worlds of cinematic quality with new forms of entertainment, conducting business, and socializing, providing chipmakers with unprecedented opportunities.
2007-10-18 Vietnam WiMAX trials set for Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh
Viet Nam Post and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) is set to launch WiMAX trials with three base stations and 30-50 access points in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh next month
2004-01-06 Video comms sees strong growth in 2004
This year will see a huge change in the operating environment of video communication.
2003-03-07 VIA enhances wireless design capabilities with new acquisition
VIA Technologies Inc. has acquired a wireless applications design center co-established with Swedish microelectronics institute Acreo in 2001.
2007-09-27 Verizon commences part two of IPv6 transition
The second phase of Verizon Business' global rollout of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) that uses an existing Multiprotocol Label Switching network as the platform for "dual-stack" IPv4/v6 is now underway.
2006-12-21 Verizon cable system to link US, China undersea
Verizon will build the Trans-Pacific Expressthe first next-generation undersea optical cable system that will directly link the United States and Chinathat will offer capacity up to 5.12Tbps.
2007-10-16 VDSL2/ADSL2+ chipset suits triple-play apps
The 5411/5120 chipset from Thomson enables simultaneous VDSL2 and ADSL2+ connectivity while serving triple-play applications such as broadband Internet, TV and telephone.
2002-08-01 UTStarcom to utilize Agere switching ICs
UTStarcom Inc. has selected Agere System's T8110 switching chip for its telecom equipment applications.
2003-10-03 Using TINI's Serial Ports
This application note covers both the hardware and software aspects of developing serial applications on Tiny Internet Interfaces or TINI.
2006-02-01 Using ATM chipset in DSL architectures
Learn the different traffic-management functions of DSL architectures for high-speed Internet access.
2002-01-16 User demands force rethinking of net CPUs
Fundamental changes are coming in the way the Internet is used and how consumers access and navigate the Web.
2015-06-02 USB technology in a battery-powered IoT era
Here's a look at how the USB standard has evolved to a state-of-the-art technology that allows even small battery-powered devices for the IoT to communicate with anything.
2012-08-01 US flat TV retail price hits $1,224 in Q2
Driven by the growing proportion of TV sets bearing advanced features and large display sizes, U.S. flat-panel TVs rose to the highest level in more than two years.
2004-01-16 Upgrading to a real-time IP network
Despite this impressive growth, IP networks have not succeeded in supporting real-time apps and converged legacy services.
2010-10-05 University physicists break color barrier for sending, receiving photons
University of Oregon scientists have invented a way to change the color of single photons in a fiber optic cable. This laser-tweaked feat could be a quantum step forward in terms of transferring and receiving high volumes of secured data for future generations of the Internet.
2015-05-20 UMC, ARM bare 55nm IP platform for IoT apps
The 55nm ultra low-power IP platform, ARM Artisan, is the new physical IP offering from ARM and Taiwan-based UMC that enables low-power cost-sensitive designs for wearable devices.
2002-12-04 UMC adopts Oridus Web system
United Microelectronics Corp. has expanded its online customer-oriented services with Oridus Inc.'s Web-based mask data MEBES reader tool, MebesCruiser.
2004-01-01 Ubiquitous computing a reality at last
Ubiquitous computing, being connected with anybody at anytime and anywhere, has finally become a reality.
2002-05-27 U.S. takes hard look at broadband deployment
The FCC convened the first in a series of meetings, May 22, designed to probe where the United States stands in the race to deploy broadband networks.
2015-04-17 TSMC slashes $1B to 2015 capex
TSMC, which in January weighed in with the chip industry's largest planned layout for expansion this year, said that its revised 2015 capex will fall within a range of $10.5 billion and $11 billion.
2010-09-14 Trident, ARM tie-up delivers Web-enabled STBs
The key Web 2.0 and broadcast elements are integrated into an STB platform that lets consumers watch TV, run Internet applications, browse websites and share content.
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