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2003-06-04 TI ADSL router chipset provides enhanced home networking
Texas Instruments has introduced the AR7 chipset, which it claims is the first fully integrated ADSL access router-on-a-chip device.
2005-11-30 The myth of the "ideal bus"
Many companies promote a single technology as the ideal bus that meets all application needs, but in actuality, each bus technology has its own strengths and weaknesses and thus is appropriate for different applications.
2004-09-27 Teradyne, Spirent team up in telephone test solutions
Teradyne and Spirent Communications are working together towards DSL service assurance test solutions for telephone companies.
2003-08-29 TeamF1 rolls standards-based Layer-2 Port authentication
The X-Calibur from TeamF1 Inc. is an embedded implementation of the Port-based Network Access Control protocol.
2003-01-10 Synplicity revamps ASIC synthesis tool
Synplicity Inc. is stepping up the competition against Synopsys, Get2Chip, and Incentia with its latest Synplify ASIC.
2002-03-11 Synergy dual-CPU boards target military apps
Two dual-CPU boards from Synergy Microsystemsthe Rhino 10 conduction-cooled and Falcon P-10 air-cooled modelsare designed for extreme military environments and high-end air-cooled applications.
2003-02-06 STMicro unveils multimedia application processors
STMicroelectronics' Nomadik family of multimedia application processors enables portable terminals to play music, take pictures, and record video.
2004-05-07 STMicro PC security solution meets TCG 1.2 spec
STMicroelectronics has introduced a personal computer security solution meeting the Trusted Computing Group 1.2 specification.
2004-04-15 STMicro MCUs based on ARM core family
STMicro has introduced two ARM core-based product families that include embedded flash and low pin-count packages.
2003-04-08 STMicro launches beta version of Opteron compiler
The Portland Group Compiler Technology team of STMicroelectronics has announced the beta release of the PGI Workstation 5.0 Fortran and C compilers.
2003-10-21 SRS technology integrated into ARM processors
SRS Labs Inc. has announced that its SRS WOW audio enhancement technology is now available for ARM processors.
2004-05-19 Sony seeks life for Vaio beyond PC
Unveiling Sony Corp.'s new computer product lineup here this week, Keiji Kimura, president of Sony's IT & Mobile Solutions Network Co., defined a new strategy for Sony's computer business as "Vaio beyond PC."
2002-04-01 Software compatibility: Key for information appliances
This news article describes how software compatibility and software reuse play an integral role for information appliances to achieve attractive content with quick time-to-market.
2007-06-29 Service platform for converged networks debuts
Tektronix Inc. launches its latest Unified Assurance platform to address the service assurance performance monitoring and management needs of multi-technology, multi-service fixed and wireless network operators.
2003-04-25 SBS VMEbus SBC features dual processor design
SBS Technologies' VG5 6U VMEbus single board computer targets performance-oriented applications.
2002-08-02 SBS HBA provides Fiber Channels on single PCI card
SBS Technologies has introduced the FC2312 family of 2Gb Fiber Channel HBAs that provide networking applications with two independent channels on a single-wide PMC format.
2003-04-23 Sanyo IP phone built on Radvision toolkit
Sanyo Multimedia Tottori Co. Ltd has chosen Radvision's SIP Developer Toolkit for the development of its latest SIP-based IP telephone.
2003-01-14 SanDisk memory card offers 802.11b connectivity
SanDisk Corp. has introduced a line of Flash memory cards that feature 802.11b connectivity.
2006-02-24 Samsung to offer OneNAND source code
Samsung Electronics reported it has made the driver source code for its OneNAND fusion flash memory solution publicly available.
2001-04-01 Rough road ahead for Net-connected designs
Everyone has been marveling at the so-called blossoming of the various Net-centric computing devices. There is one problem, though. It is called the infrastructure. Everybody is dashing off to develop architectures that would "standardize" this new technology.
2003-07-16 Photonics: A gamble that will pay
The introduction of transparent photonic switching into communications networks is sure to provide savings in several areas. Photonic switching is likely to supplement current deployment initiatives for STS-1 grooming resources.
2002-10-23 PDA market to experience growth beginning 2003
While growth in the PDA market has remained unremarkable this year, In-Stat/MDR expects conditions to improve in the coming years.
2004-06-10 Parvus releases software tool for SpacePC PC/104 SBC
The new network booting utility from Parvus enables customers to reduce the total cost of ownership and to simplify management of their embedded network devices.
2004-01-15 Parvus launches evaluation kits for SpacePC CPUs
Parvus has announced the availability of the SpacePC CPU evaluation kits for its 4320, 4200, 2320 and 2110 series of embedded PCBs.
2004-08-19 Parvus adapter offers CompactFlash, added flexibility
Parvus release its CFII-IDE remote CompactFlash to IDE adapter, designed with both 40-pin and 44-pin IDE connectors.
2003-11-03 Oxford bridge chip offers 88MBps transfer rate
The OXFW912 from Oxford Semiconductor is claimed as the first FireWire800 (IEEE1394b) to IDE (ATA7) bridge chip to maximize transfer rates for both single- and dual-disk drives.
2003-02-21 OSE RTOS suits telecom infrastructure apps
The company's enhanced RTOS and development environment provides fast, asynchronous interprocess communications suited for fault-tolerant operations.
2015-10-09 Organic electronics to push Moore's Law beyond 7nm
TU Dresden expressed its commitment to the gamble, going "all in" for using organic devices with government funding of $38 million through 2017, and is teaming up with 11 institutions on the initiative.
2002-12-02 Open source hardware
This technical article discusses how open-source techniques in hardware design are still impossible to achieve with the current technology available to engineers.
2004-05-07 Network platform offers adaptability, increased responsiveness
Extreme Networks has developed what it claims is a revolutionary network platform - the ExtremeWare XOS v11.
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