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2006-09-01 WiMAX card uses Wavesat, TI chips
Wavesat Inc. will collaborate with Texas Instruments Inc. on a card operating at the unlicensed frequency of 5.8GHz.
2006-09-18 Web accelerator, enterprise manager unveiled
F5 Networks Inc. has integrated Swan Labs' Web acceleration tools into its own Traffic Management Operating System environment and is now rolling out Web Accelerator as both a standalone appliance and as a module for its Big-IP system.
2007-02-23 WAN accelerator features disaster-recovery links
Packeteer will move into disaster-recovery and backup applications by adding OC-12 (622Mbps) backup links to its SkyX Accelerator 750 product.
2006-08-01 Voting exposes cracks in IEEE process
The IEEE's temporary suspension of activities at the 802.20 Mobile Broadband Wireless Access Working Group has unmasked festering policy problems within the broader 802 standards effort.
2006-09-15 VoIP chip from TI loads GbE support
TI's TNETV1051 VoIP device combines a 300MHz MIPS processor and 150MHz C55x DSP with dual GbE MAC devices and an on-chip Gbe switch.
2006-08-01 UWB chips set for video IP nets
Tzero Technologies Inc. has launched a two-chip UWB set that dispenses with the serial wireless USB applications in favor of an IP-networking, point-to-multipoint approach to distributing broadband video in the home.
2007-03-01 Two firms tip VoWLAN solutions
Siemens AG's Mobile Enterprise group is launching the HiPath MobileConnect product for unified voice networks, while newcomer Divitas Networks Inc. is calling its infrastructure play a mobile-mobile convergence tool.
2006-10-16 Tools roll for Wi-Fi consumer network planning
Now that Wi-Fi network planning for heterogenous consumer nets has taken center stage, two companies originally founded with Wi-Fi hardware in mind are expanding their software base for more-complex planning and configuration tasks.
2006-08-29 Tools roll for Wi-Fi consumer net planning
Now that Wi-Fi network planning for heterogenous consumer nets has taken center stage, two companies originally founded with Wi-Fi hardware in mind are expanding their software base for more-complex planning and configuration tasks.
2006-02-01 Tools promise to route, switch combo networks
NextHop has integrated wireless-controller and wireless-access-point modules from Legra with GateD software for L2 switching, L3 routing and multiprotocol label switching in its UNS 4.0 Dynamic Network Architecture.
2006-10-16 TI unveils UR8 derivatives for residential gateways
Texas Instruments unveiled five derivatives of its UR8 processor architecture, fulfilling its 'Uni-DSL' strategy of using a single chip for both ADSL and VDSL networks.
2006-04-17 TI rolls out developer Wi-Fi kit for DaVinci
TI's newest developers' kit is specially designed for CE manufacturers who wish to embed 802.11b/g capabilities within a DaVinci evaluation module.
2007-02-14 TI offers multicore DSP for wireless apps
Texas Instruments Inc. is introducing a W-CDMA baseband device using use three 1GHz DSP cores, and a gateway processor with six DSPs rated at 500MHz each.
2006-05-01 TI expands the roles of IC for home
TI's latest VoIP processor is designed for the multiple functions anticipated in next-generation residential gateways.
2006-09-11 TI adds mobile TV features to Hollywood IC
Texas Instruments is adding two features to its mobile broadcast TV product not normally associated with handheld video viewing.
2006-04-03 Switching lines play up Metro Ether
Cisco Systems Inc. and Extreme Networks Inc. are expanding their metro Ethernet switching strategies to meet carriers' need for resiliency.
2006-09-18 Switch leaders offer true fault tolerance
Top developers of soft switches and IP multimedia subsystems have expanded their systems to add high availability and true fault tolerance to Session Initiation Protocol-based packet networks.
2006-01-02 Sun evangelist, social activist
Sun Microsystems' John Gage explores advanced computing and networking while advocating social-policy goals.
2006-02-01 Suite revs analysis, planning
Four tools have been added to Cisco's existing network-management suite, expanding a repertoire of performance analysis.
2006-10-02 Suite centralizes configuration management
Cisco Systems Inc. has bundled tools for access control, LAN management and configuration management into a suite called Pace.
2006-12-01 Startup offers smart antennas on microstrips
Pinyon Technology is demonstrating a steerable smart-antenna technology that can be implemented in very small microstrips on FR4, or even on single chips.
2007-01-16 Space telescope to see distant past
IBM will collaborate with Dutch researchers to produce chips for a radio astronomy telescope that's preparing to peek billions of years into the past.
2006-03-16 Soft module lets phones add in-channel music
The software module for Octasic's telephony processor allows in-channel music for entertainment and karaoke apps.
2006-05-24 Single-chip IR controller eliminates USB dongles in TV apps
SMSC's SIO1049 could eliminate USB dongles in most high-end TV and entertainment appliances that rely on IR-to-USB conversion.
2007-03-01 Sensor nets out to solve real-world problems
At the IRRR Radio and Wireless Symposium held in January, academic researchers presented concrete examples of advanced wireless data and sensor networks.
2006-12-13 Samsung invests $4M in UWB company
Alereon Inc. has received a $4 million cash infusion from Samsung Venture Investment Corp. for further development of UWB and WUSB PHY chips.
2006-12-18 Router delivers IPTV for carriers, large enterprises
Juniper Networks Inc.'s MX class routers, with MX960 as the first in the family, is designed specifically for carriers using Ethernet aggregation for high-bandwidth traffic such as IPTV.
2006-10-16 Riverbed upgrades WAN acceleration solution
Riverbed Technology is making the first major expansion of WAN acceleration hardware and software since its IPO earlier this year.
2007-03-01 RFID reader supports two modulations
An RFID reader from Texas Instruments Inc. supports both amplitude- and phase-modulation receive modes.
2006-04-03 RF front-end sets out for 802.11n standard
RF front-end manufacturers led by SiGe Semiconductor are readying their devices for the new 802.11n standardthe first Wi-Fi architecture to use MIMO antennas.
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