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2008-03-31 Nokia Siemens nabs net expansion deal in Indonesia
Nokia Siemens Networks has signed a contract with Hutchison Telecom Indonesia to strengthen the latter's GSM/W-CDMA network coverage in the islands of Java and Sumatra, and roll out GSM core networks in Kalimantan and Sulawesi.
2011-05-09 Next-gen virtual machine tech ideal for live app analysis
Atego has rolled out the Aonix Perc Ultra 6, its latest version of embedded virtual machine technology that features Java 6 language compatibility and a graphical console for live application analysis.
2002-11-13 Networked Temperature Monitoring
This application note demonstrates an IP-based networked temperature monitor, with a downloadable applet control interface that executes in Java enabled browsers.
2006-07-06 Mobilic unveils dev't kit for portable consumer products
Mobilic announced its new, portable multimedia device solution that combines the features of a digital camera, PMP, Java games, Web browsing and a production-ready development kit.
2010-10-18 Kit eases Android user interface creation
Mentor Graphics Corp. releases a user interface development kit for the Android OS that generates Java interfaces, integrates code, and creates required files automatically.
2007-05-01 IPR issues threaten open standards' future
A Java-based API designed to bring interactivity to DTV broadcasts and STBs is being proclaimed dead-on-arrival in Europe, a casualty of mishandled procedures for disclosing intellectual property rights (IPR) related to the standard.
2007-09-06 Interfacing SD cards with the TINI system
This application note describes the steps required to connect a Secure Digital card to the DS80C400 microcontroller's Evaluation Kit by using the TINI Java runtime libraries
2009-01-23 Indonesia comms provider taps Fujitsu, NSW for optic-fiber nets
Fujitsu Ltd and its partner Norddeutsche Seekabelwerke GmbH (NSW) have won a turnkey contract from PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (PT Telkom) worth more than $100 million to install a submarine optic-fiber cable system for the Indonesian islands Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Java, Bali and Lombok.
2008-02-26 ARM enables 3D graphics in mobile gaming devices
ARM has introduced the ARM Mali-JSR297 software for 3D graphics that enables developers of Java applications to take advantage of the latest hardware graphics features found in OpenGL ES 2.0 GPUs.
2009-03-20 Analysis: Why IBM-Sun merger makes sense
A possible merger of IBM Corp. and Sun Microsystems makes business sense and has significant implications for the Sparc and Power microprocessors as well as Java software.
2002-11-07 Agere GPRS chip powers Samsung phone
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has selected Agere Systems' Sceptre LF GPRS chipset to be used on its latest SGH-S100 tri-band, Java game-enabled cellphone.
2002-10-23 Xilinx delivers programmable crossbar solution
Xilinx's Crossbar Switch is a programmable parameterizable custom design device capable of implementing digital cross-point switching functions.
2012-01-06 Wireless gateway boasts multiple connectivity
The APG BT W400 wireless access point gateway features a multiradio modular architecture and integrates Bluetooth, Ethernet and 802.11b/g.
2006-12-06 Wind River boosts Eclipse support in updated Workbench
Wind River Systems' Workbench 2.6 release lets users integrate Wind River tools into existing development projects or workflows, or install the tools into pre-existing Eclipse apps.
2006-11-01 Winbond touts 'highest-density' Pseudo SRAM
Winbond Electronics has announced what it touts as the Pseudo SRAM with the largest density in the market.
2010-05-06 Why embedded Android is a good choice
Why is Android an attractive technology for such diverse needs as medical devices, STBs, and automotive infotainment systems? There are at least 10 good reasons.
2012-11-16 Virtual prototype for Android HW-SW dev't (Part 1)
Know how to do full software integration of handset hardware in the context of the Android software platform.
2010-03-09 Virtex-5 USB delivers 32Mbit flash, 200 user I/Os
Opal Kelly offers is the fastest FPGA USB 2.0 integration module based on Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGA and delivers 256Mbyte DDR2, 36Mbit SRAM, 32Mbit flash and up to 200 high-speed user I/Os.
2003-10-10 Velocity core modules support Ethernet, USB
Velocity Semiconductor Inc. has announced the availability of the first members of its VS2000 TCM family that supports a variety of network interfaces.
2008-09-05 V8 powers Google's Chrome
The Google Chrome browser is based on a new Javascript virtual machine called V8 developed by Google engineers in Denmark.
2006-08-01 Using Eclipse as an app framework
Eclipse is an open platform for tool integration. It is constantly expanding, evolving and surprising us.
2015-02-20 USB batt charging protocols in Android-based design
Here is a walk-through on the process of incorporating effective power management into a design using the Android distribution of the Linux operating system.
2007-10-10 Universal SoC promises true 1080/60p
Horizon Semiconductors introduces what it claims to be the industry's first universal SoC solution that enables dual channel true 1080/60p decoding for next-generation media players/recorders.
2006-12-18 Universal players avert DVD format duel
Machines capable of playing both Blu-ray Disc (BD) and HD DVD discs will emerge next year to short-circuit the format war in next-generation DVD.
2013-09-11 Understanding contract-based programming
Know what contract-based programming is all about, and how it can be used to make software more reliable.
2008-01-15 Turnkey ref design supports both Blu-ray, HD DVD
Broadcom's BCM97440 reference design incorporates complete software stacks that meet Blu-ray, HD DVD and universal player requirements, enabling manufacturers to introduce mass-market HD solutions to market quickly and at the right price points.
2006-11-01 Turning science-fiction idea into fact
David Schurig sat down with EE Times to describe how the cloaking device works and what electronic engineers can do to turn the science fiction idea into fact.
2004-05-27 Trinity, ARM shake on soft VoIP solution
ARM Ltd is porting Trinity Convergence Inc.'s VeriCall Edge software to the ARM926EJ-S microprocessor core, supporting Trinity's efforts to make the voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) soft-processor architecture a viable alternative to DSP-based solutions.
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.
2013-12-19 Toshiba funnels $500M to Indonesia to meet local demand
In response to the fast rise of local demand for electronics, Toshiba has agreed to invest around $400 to $500 million to expand its production capabilities in Indonesia.
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