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2002-10-18 Zarlink packet processors transport TDM via Ethernet
The MT90880/1/2/3 packet processors support Ethernet backplanes and transport high volumes of TDM access service.
2013-03-22 Z-Wave platform tweaked for home control designs
Sigma Designs' latest platform will aid OEMs develop home control products substantially faster and at a lower cost with customisable reference designs and with new hardware.
2003-11-03 XML services call for security checks
Nothing has done more to erode the enterprise security perimeter than the rise of XML Web services. Designed to bypass the existing enterprise IP-based security infrastructure, Web services create a sea of vulnerabilities.
2002-01-30 Xilinx-Convergent Designs design to integrate DV into IEEE 1394 devices
Xilinx and Convergent Designs announced the availability of Centauri, a DV IEEE 1394 hardware reference design, to provide OEM manufacturers with a low-cost solution for integrating DV over IEEE 1394 devices.
2014-06-13 Xilinx SDNet cranks up programmability
The SDNet serves as a platform for softly defined networks, which feature programmable software and hardware, as well as reconfigurable content-aware data pre-processing at wire speed.
2007-06-27 Xilinx integrates FlexRay IP into FPGAs
FPGA maker Xilinx Inc. has implemented FlexRay IP on its Spartan-3 Automotive FPGA platform.
2007-11-27 Xeon-based servers roll for Southeast Asia
Fujitsu Asia has announced seven dual- or quad-core Xeon-based Primergy Servers for Southeast Asian markets.
2008-06-02 Working on India's analog dream
Notes Anand Valavi of Wipro Technologies, " We want to get to the point where people think if they have some state-of-the-art analog work to be done, India is a good place to do it."
2005-03-02 WLAN technology predicted to invade consumer electronics industry
Wireless LAN technology is set to make a major incursion into the consumer electronics space during the next few years, driven primarily by wireless connectivity in game consoles from the likes of Sony and Nintendo and also by the rising popularity of handheld gaming devices.
2003-08-26 WLAN hardware revenue hits $608M in Q2 '03
Worldwide WLAN hardware revenue topped $608M in Q2 2003, and is projected to grow to $3.2B in CY06, up about 100 percent from $1.6B in CY02, according to Infonetics Research.
2007-09-21 WLAN chip drives Wi-Fi in high-volume segments
Broadcom's new WLAN platform enables customers to deliver wireless capabilities in new platforms and at new price points, spurring Wi-Fi penetration in the high-volume segments.
2005-03-22 WISchip unveils SoC solution for A/V apps
To address the increasingly demanding multimedia data storage and transmission requirements of home entertainment and surveillance systems, WISchip announced the release of its Cypher 7108 SoC audio/video (A/V) encoding solution.
2009-05-25 Wireless solution simplifies smart grid connections
Digi International has released the iDigi Energy, a wireless M2M solution bundle optimized for energy services providers.
2007-04-18 Wireless sol'n offers wire-equivalent sound for home theaters
SST launched an advanced wireless audio solution that offers uncompressed, wire-equivalent sound quality for home theater surround sound and multiroom audio broadcasting found in many home entertainment applications.
2015-03-20 Wireless MCU extends range of smart home devices
The JN5169 from NXP for smart home and smart lighting flaunts what it claims as a market-first NFC-commissioning option that allows users to connect systems intuitively in a single tap.
2009-04-13 Wireless groups issue femtocell standards
The prospects for commercial rollouts of femtocells took a major step forward with the publication by the 3G Partnership Project (3GPP), the Femto Forum and the Broadband Forum of the first global standards for the emerging technology.
2012-05-04 Wireless gateway targets CompactRIO chassis
The NI 9795 C Series Gateway aggregates measurement data from distributed WSN nodes, making data available within deployed LabVIEW Real-Time applications running on CompactRIO.
2000-07-01 Wireless future: At what cost?
I recently attended "Bluetooth Geneva," a conference sponsored by UK-based IIR Limited. Bluetooth, a proposal by cellphone makers Nokia and Ericsson along with computer makers IBM, Intel and Toshiba, is now endorsed by over 1,600 manufacturers. That this technology is hot is evidenced by the questions from the Taiwanese engineers at the executive panel discussion, "Interfacing for the Millennium," sponsored by Global Sources during the IIC-Taipei conference in May. Bluetooth was intended to link portable PCs and cellphones with a short distance wireless link. In principle, it will enable you to download an address book from your PC to your cellphone. Though it frequency hops at 2.45GHz, the Bluetooth transceiver was conceived as dumb, low power (10mW), and cheap.
2013-04-24 Wireless energy harvesting: Key to M2M's success
The need for wireless applications with ultra-low power consumption and the advancements in establishing communication standards offer M2M providers new opportunities to innovate and evolve their products and devices.
2007-10-17 Wipro to buy Nokia Siemens R&D unit in Berlin
Indian group Wipro Technologies is buying from Nokia Siemens Networks an R&D operation in Berlin, Germany that focuses on radio access development.
2006-11-03 Wintegra's WinPath processors support iTDM
Wintegra has announced the availability of Internal TDM (iTDM) support on its WinPath family of processors.
2010-09-16 Windows 7, DPFs pushing DLNA growth
Digital photo frames and other Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA)-enabled consumer devices will exceed a billion units by 2014, says In-Stat
2003-11-13 Wind River PNE 2.0 offers enhanced WiFi capability
Wind River Systems Inc. has announced the availability of its second generation PNE that features enhanced WiFi capability to expand security features.
2003-05-22 Winbond, TigerJet collaborate for Internet phone chipsets
Winbond Electronics Corp. America has aligned with TigerJet Network Inc. to offer a low-cost, high-quality chipset solutions for the Internet phone market.
2006-10-31 Winbond adds new tool to Pro-XTM Series
Winbond's latest offering in its Pro-XTM Series is a highly integrated solution that supports one FXS telephone line interface.
2005-05-11 WiMAX transceivers target low-cost customer premises equipment
Sierra Monolithics announced that it is shipping a dual-band transceiver that enables low-cost customer premise equipment for broadband wireless access apps.
2012-02-29 WiFi module boasts up to 150Mb/s PHY rate
The Nano WiReach USB from Connect One brings wireless connectivity to consumer devices not originally intended to support wireless functionality.
2014-09-17 WiFi chipset enables multi-device control
The PCIe-integrated CL2340 from Celeno Communications covers the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, and both 802.11n and 802.11ac, including 2x2, 3x3 chips as well as 4x4 dual band 11ac chips.
2010-09-23 Wi-Fi chipsets to exceed 1B units by 2012
Latest In-Stat reports indicate that Wi-Fi chipset shipments will exceed one billion units by 2012, driven by the ever-expanding range of apps and devices adopting the ubiquitous technology.
2006-03-03 Wi-Fi chipset market to grow more
Unit shipments of WLAN chipsets are projected to grow from 140 million in 2005 to 430 million in 2009, according to market research firm In-Stat.
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