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2010-03-19 10GbE switch delivers 720Gbit/s throughput
Interface Masters Technologies has launched the Niagara 2924, a 24-port, 10GbE fully-managed switch designed for data centers, blade servers, carrier Ethernet and metro Ethernet devices
2005-12-01 10GbE parts readied, 100G in wings
A new generation of optical and copper components for 10GbE is about to hit the market, revving up demand for fast networks.
2013-03-28 10GbE adapter features 10GBase-T support
Touted by the firm as the industry's smallest, Tehuti Networks said TN9210 is geared for low-power, low-cost, single-port applications required in application servers, high-end workstations and PCs.
2010-12-24 10G Ethernet market seen at $3.4B in 2014
The Ethernet chip market will grow in the coming years driven by the 10 Gigabit segment which could see significant market share shifts.
2006-09-07 10,500 heads will roll as Intel implements cost-cutting measures
Intel Corp. announced early this week cost-cutting measures it will soon implement, including plans to cut 10,500 jobs through layoffs and attrition.
2009-12-23 1.66GHz Atom packs graphics, memory controller
Intel Corp. is offering new versions of its Atom processor that integrate graphics and a memory controller on the same die as the x86 CPU.
2007-04-04 'Teardown' reveals Apple TV's IC suppliers
A group of analysts from Prudential Equity cracked open the Apple TV and revealed the vendors that supplied the IC parts for the 40Gbyte digital box.
2006-12-27 'Smallest' 1.8V UARTs run at 5Mbps
Touted to be the industry's smallest, NXP's standalone 1.8V UART family runs at 5Mbps and features a 128byte FIFO.
2011-10-26 'ARM Dog' is out but Intel isn't running
Rather than jumping into ARM's bandwagon of high- and low-power core combo, Intel is working to cut transistor power altogether.
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