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2004-06-17 TI DSP powers Xcelis mobile-landline device
Xcelis Communications LLC has integrated Texas Instruments Inc.'s TMS320C54CST DSP into its mobile-landline integration device, called Pantheon.
2015-05-22 Proposed 5G standards focus on landline networks
The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) is forming a working group on leveraging existing landline networks to be backbone of 5G.
2016-03-31 Google launches cloud-based landline phone
Google's new Fiber Phone service enables your Fiber Phone number to live in the cloud, allowing you to use it on almost any phone, tablet or laptop, anywhere.
2011-05-23 IEEE: 4G access to accelerate economic development
IEEE says that 4G would improve education through more sophisticated distance learning, as well as extend the reach of high-quality healthcare through telemedicine.
2008-03-11 Survey: Americans find cellphones hardest to give up
A survey by Pew Internet Project shows that Americans find cellphones hardest to give up, followed by the Internet, TV and landline phones.
2004-12-17 AT&T, Intel explore WiMAX together
As the Federal Communications Commission prepares to hammer another nail in the coffin of AT&T's efforts to compete in local-landline telephony markets, the long-distance company has begun to reveal the fruits of its R&D deal with Intel.
2006-03-01 Will FMC heat up or fizzle out?
Nothing is hotter today than fixed/mobile convergence, the latest in a long line of convergences.
2003-02-20 VoIP elusive with every new circuit switch
With every new circuit switch installed in China, India or elsewhere in the world, the prospects of having a global VoIP infrastructure seem slipping away.
2012-01-02 The lowdown on power line communication
Here's a discussion on power line communication and its segments, applications, and challenges.
2005-09-01 T-Mobile exec calls for restraint
The mad rush to add features to cellphones 'has got to stop,' warns David Hytha of T-Mobile International.
2015-01-06 Smart gadgets rule CES Unveiled
If some of the products demonstrated at the pandemonium of CES Unveiled are any indication, this is a generation of gadgets designed to compete on simplicity, ease of use, accuracy and security.
2007-03-29 Rural China will be a critical market for optical comms
China's booming coastal cities are the current focus of optical communications growth, but rural villages could prove to be the largest optical market over the next decade.
2012-02-21 Residential gateways boost DECT, CAT-iq market
Integration of DECT and CAT-iq into consumer's homes will approach nearly 25.6 million in 2015.
2007-04-23 Report: China, India to lead mobile market growth by 2011
A Global Insights report found that China and India will remain the world's growth engine for wireless services, with 60 percent of the 1.2 billion predicted new mobile subscribers over the next five years.
2007-09-24 Nokia gears up new handset with UMA tech
Nokia has unveiled a new mobile phone that offers consumers seamless voice and data mobility across GSM cellular and WLAN networks via Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) technology.
2004-06-07 New Indian IT plan drops telecom privatization proposal
A plan for IT and communications issued by India's new government would cancel the proposed sell-off of government equity in two Indian telecommunications carriers.
2008-07-07 New CEO reorganizes Infineon, denies merger rumors
New Infineon CEO Peter Bauer has announced restructuring efforts in the company, embracing five business units instead of two. Bauer also rebuffed speculations on an imminent merger.
2009-10-29 Nepal, Vietnam rural schools get broadband-connected
Qualcomm Inc. and non-profit organization Room to Read, have equipped wireless computer labs with 3G CDMA broadband Internet connectivity in rural schools in Nepal and Vietnam.
2015-04-22 Moore's law and 5G: Out with old, in with the new?
In order for 5G to happen, there needs to be a collective effort to shy away from 20nm CMOS and Moore's law and look toward next generation technology for increased speed and lower power.
2006-05-01 Mobile TV: Promising, but disappointing
Programming range and video-on-demand are two of the most important cable TV benefits that consumers expect from mobile TV. Without them, mobile TV will fail.
2008-04-01 IPTV calls for content-aware network edge devices
IPTV is very different from traditional cable/satellite TV services and will place significant new demands on telecom network infrastructure. Here's a look at how IPTV presents new packet processing demands at the edge.
2016-04-08 IoT supply chain benefits from mobility expansion
No longer niche markets, automotive and related "mobility" markets, have rapidly taken centre stage at leading electronics events, and hence, gained in supply chain prominence and importance.
2006-02-01 Internet TV gets running start in large Asia markets
According to a recent report from ABI Research, the global subscriber tally for the service is expected to exceed 110 million by 2010, with the Asia-Pacific accounting for more than 50 percent of those subscribers.
2004-03-22 International telecom market to reach $2 trillion by 2007
The telecommunications market outside the U.S. is expected to grow at double-digit rates, perhaps reaching $2 trillion by 2007, an industry group is forecasting.
2007-05-14 Intel Capital to invest $31M in six companies
Intel Capital kicked off its eighth annual CEO Summit with the announcement of six investments totaling $31 million. The deals include 51.com, Phoenix Microelectronics, Aternity, Ceedo, Jajah and Tutor.com.
2008-09-01 IIC-Taiwan kicks off innovation
What is the next trend that design engineers in Taiwan must grasp? Despite the impact of the U.S. sub-prime mortgage crisis and soaring oil prices on the global economy, there is still good news. According to a report from World Semiconductor Trade Statistics, the global semiconductor market will achieve considerable growth in 2008.
2005-02-11 Experts chime in on future of camera phones
While mobile phone cameras represent the largest and fastest growing market for solid-state image sensors, the continued success of mobile camera phones may not be assured.
2008-11-14 Executives seek to bring back Europe's glory days
Europe needs to master innovation and shape its own semiconductor future to restore competitiveness, according to a report from the European Semiconductor Industry Association.
2014-05-07 Dunham: $120M award equates to a fair royalty rate
The jury foreman stated that not a single piece of evidence or testimony swayed their decision making, and that the numbers reflect what they felt was a fair compensation.
2006-02-07 Docomo to evaluate WiMax
NTT Docomo will begin evaluating Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMax) this month.
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