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2007-09-21 Intel's bag of chips reveals liking for iPhone-like gizmos
A look at Intel Corp.'s road map reveals its dream of enabling a new class of iPhone-like devices using its x86 processors and the WiMAX network
2003-01-24 Intel tips plans for reconfigurable radio architecture
Intel Corp. has provided the first details of its reconfigurable radio architecture at the Software-Defined Radio Forum.
2012-09-17 Intel showcased technologies for a wireless future
Intel's CTO Justin Rattner sees a future heavily geared towards wireless connectivity, debuting technologies such as an all-digital Wi-Fi radio, Cloud Radio Access Network and Video Aware Wireless Network
2003-03-14 Intel launches WLAN solution for mobile PCs
Intel Corp. has introduced its Centrino mobile technology, which integrates wireless capability into mobile PCs.
2009-06-09 Intel helps boost WiMAX adoption in Japan
UQ Communications Inc. and Intel Corp. have announced their extended collaboration to promote and expand "UQ WiMAX," the commercially available WiMAX service from UQ Communications in Japan.
2004-07-27 Intel expands Pentium M, Celeron M lineup
Intel expanded its Pentium M processor and Celeron M processor families with products aimed at the mini-notebook, sub-notebook and tablet PC segments
2005-04-06 Intel aids software developers
Intel Corp.'s Software and Solutions Group recently announced the creation of the Intel Software Network, a collection of software development products, tools, training and expert advice designed to help software developers bring more innovative products to market even faster on Intel platforms
2007-07-25 Intel 10GbE chip chucks TOE, extends reach
Intel has unveiled a 10GbE controller that does away with TOE and RDMA support but takes in a pre-standard version of congestion management.
2005-07-04 Industrial networks move to standards
Hardware interfaces and software protocols are highly flexible; however, designers need to be cognizant of the limitations of each in an industrial environment.
2007-07-19 IMI debuts Zigbee Gateway platform
Integrated Microelectronics Inc. (IMI) showcases its Zigbee Gateway platform, a low-power low-cost short-range wireless mesh networking technology at this week's Wireless Japan 2007 Expo.
2010-02-12 Ikanos, picoChip drive femtocell adoption
Ikanos Communications Inc. and picoChip are partnering to advance the integration of smart mobile devices into the home network
2008-12-05 Hypercore IP available for license
Plurality Ltd has said that its Hypercore 64-core shared-memory processing engine is available for license in the form of intellectual property (IP).
2013-04-17 Huawei: From underdog to behemoth
Huawei's real breakthrough didn't come until it decided to develop its SingleRAN technology. The goal of SingleRAN was to design a radio access network (RAN) technology allowing mobile operators to switch from GSM to UMTS network standards or use both simultaneously
2007-12-19 HD video transcoding IC taps DaVinci tech
TI is offering a new DaVinci technology digital media processor for video transcoding in media gateways, multipoint control units, digital media adaptors, video security DVRs and IP STBs
2006-05-16 Handset features still not a wrap
The product-definition uncertainty that roiled the smart phone and PDA communities a decade ago has returned with a vengeance, as advanced services like mobile broadcast video and HSDPA leave handset developers pondering what to keep in and what to leave out of a slim-line design.
2007-09-03 GPON systems enable triple-play services
Service providers are turning to GPON systems over EPON to transport 2.5Gbps converged data and voice services in the last mile and enable triple-play applications.
2009-09-04 GPON devices support MoCA standard
Broadcom debuts GPON gateway processors that facilitate cost effective optical network terminals
2010-05-28 GoogleTV engineer: Market is ready for 3D, Web TV
GoogleTV engineer Vincent Dureau shared the genesis and outlook of the project and why it isn't a problem that GoogleTV does not have any cable-TV partners yet.
2002-12-16 Gigabit nets slowed by security
Massive amounts of outward-bound LAN traffic and gigabit interfaces to the service provider or Internet are wreaking havoc on network managers responsible for network security
2012-06-11 Getting wired with Ericsson's CTO
In an interview with EE Times, the mobile phone giant's CTO, Ulf Ewaldsson, talked candidly about wired and wireless issues.
2005-08-25 Getting the most from multiprocessor SoC design
Multiple processor designs are now found in a number of applications ranging from cellular phones and ink-jet printers all the way up to huge network routers
2003-08-01 Getting max packet processing throughput per app flow
Next-generation IP service edge switch uses high-speed ASICs in combination with programmable network processors to yield maximum packet processing performance and flexibility
2003-10-30 Fujitsu Telecom deploys Wintegra packet processors
Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe Ltd has selected Wintegra's WinPath Access Packet Processor to perform network processor functions in its multi-service platform.
2004-05-12 Framer/mapper cuts evolutionary path for Sonet design
Galazar Networks has added a framer/mapper device called the VersaNode to its Sonet/SDH chip family.
2004-09-20 Force10 Networks moves to terascale backplane
Force10 is upgrading its switch/routing systems to the TeraScale E-series family.
2005-08-01 For PS3's creator, this isn't a game
Sony's Ken Kutaragi turns his vision into a reality as he sets a computer revolution in motion with the new Cell-powered PS3.
2005-02-25 Ethernet switch combines low power dissipation, small size
Parvus unveiled the Switch104, a rugged 5-port PC/104 Fast Ethernet switching hub featuring low power dissipation and highly reliable extended-temperature operation up to 85C.
2012-09-24 Enabling soft networks with SoC silicon
Find out how to address the need for a more powerful networking building block to enable a softer, more dynamic network
2003-08-14 EMS subscriber terminals powered by Hifn processors
EMS Satellite Network Inc. has selected Hifn's security processors for its EMS Series 2000 and 3000 subscriber terminals
2004-10-18 Embedded security envelops entire protocol stack
Developers look at embedded security as an end-to-end function, rather than as a hardware assist that eases manual IT management.
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