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2016-05-13 IoT networks tip growth spurt for high performance processors
IHS revealed that as the PC and smartphone markets begin to stagnate, the computer and applications-processor suppliers are aggressively looking for adjacent markets such as IoT networking.
2015-06-22 Google uncloaks SDN for data centre networks
Showing support for the emerging approach, systems giants from Brocade to ZTE participated in software-defined networks demos for carriers, data centres and enterprises.
2012-07-20 Telecom giants push for 40 Gbit/s passive optical networks
The Full Service Access Network has narrowed down mored than a dozen proposals that call for the use of time and wavelength division multiplexed technology.
2005-05-13 Software-defined radio mezzanine module gets ruggedized
Pentek's new board-level high-speed data conversion product achieves the company's highest level of convection-cooled ruggedization.
2014-02-07 Software defined radio (SDR) platforms support up to 6GHz
The platforms from Ettus Research combine two RF transceivers covering DC-6GHz with up to 120MHz bandwidth through modular daughter cards and a large user-programmable Kintex-7 FPGA.
2014-09-10 LTE-Advanced deployments: End of unreliable mobile networks
Nokia Networks, Ericsson, and Alcatel-Lucent migrated to LTE-Advanced with an upgrade to their respective small base stations to improve mobile coverage in small commercial buildings
2014-03-03 Huawei: Cloud changes the game for telecom networks
Telefnica leverages Huawei's FusionSphere, to extend its IT and telecom services to the cloud.
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.
2014-06-17 Dell explores software-based networks in telcos
The move towards software-based networks in the telecom industry is said to help companies address shrinking storage and networking capability, and step into the IoT threshold
2013-10-18 CEVA enlists ARM to develop DSP core for wireless networks
The CEVA-XC4500 includes a base band-dedicated ISA and an IEEE-compliant floating point support on full vector elements delivering up to 40GFLOPs performance.
2006-06-01 Call to arms on software-defined radio
Cellphones shipping in 2010 using the pending Long Term Evolution standard, now being drafted by the Third Generation Project Partnership, will support data rates of up to 100Mbps.
2016-04-21 Xilinx sol'n eases logic cell system interconnect bottlenecks
The 2016.1 release of the Vivado Design Suite HLx Editions with extensions to the SmartConnect technology provides notable levels of performance for the UltraScale and UltraScale+ devices.
2012-02-17 Using OpenFlow protocol to control network flow
Learn why it is important to build the open-source specification OpenFlow into routers, switches, and other devices to realize the benefits of Software-Defined Networks.
2012-04-19 Google uncovers OpenFlow network
OpenFlow is a technique for controlling network operations in software run on centralized computer servers saving cost, time and power.
2013-03-18 Cisco: IoT is a $14 trillion cash cow
The trend will create business opportunities initially in manufacturing, government, energy and health care that extend far beyond today's budgets for computer and communication systems, according to Cisco's Rob Lloyd.
2013-01-31 Cisco banks on silicon photonics for 2.5D, 3D ICs
Cisco is one of many firms pushing silicon photonics on 2.5D and 3D chips to lessen the cost of next-generation networks
2014-07-31 Cavium buys Xpliant, widens clout in enterprise market
The acquisition deal involving the Xpliant switching architecture is valued at $90 million, which includes the $15 million investment Cavium made in Xpliant through June 2014.
2012-11-22 Broadcom to lead SDN interface venture
Broadcom is leading an alliance of communications OEMs and app developers that seeks to develop an API for software-defined networks.
2006-03-01 Smart radios stretch spectrum
The wireless industry has embraced the belief that cognitive is the next big thing after software-defined radio
2014-03-07 SDN shift drags router, switch sales
Software-defined networking, which aims to ease the work of building and running large networks, has many large buyers retooling for the technology, bringing down router and switch sales.
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
According to one industry analyst, the worldwide handset RF semiconductor market is expected to grow from $5.3 billion in 2004 to $8.26 billion in 2008
2011-03-28 Picocell 4G products improve wireless services delivery
Powerwave rolls 4G devices that improve the delivery of wireless services including an LTE picocell for indoor applications, an active array antenna and a remote radio Head with 65MHz of instantaneous bandwidth.
2005-09-14 Marconi to launch WiMAX trials at Italy
Marconi Corp. plc will support the widest public trial of worldwide interoperability for microwave access (WiMAX) to date, providing WiMAX connectivity in Italy's Piedmont and Sicily regions.
2014-03-12 Japanese companies team up for SDN on WANs
The companies have brought together technologies developed through the "Open Innovation Over Network Platforms project, which has defined unified expressions of network information and built a database for handling them.
2008-12-01 IMEC pushes SDR effort forward
A variety of advanced FEC technologies used in a range of wireless WAN and LAN can be handled by a chip introduced by IMEC as part of its effort to assemble a full suite of silicon for software-defined radio
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.
2014-12-24 Exploring network functions virtualisation
Network functions virtualisation for the data plane touts enhanced flexibility, reduced CapEx and OpEx, and increased innovation, but the data plane presents unique challenges.
2013-04-03 Designing a universal SDR platform
Read about an open software defined radio platform for the development of multi-standard wireless communication devices
2007-08-17 Data-converter advances enable SDR designs
Advances in DSP technologies have accelerated SDR�s development but, paradoxically, the catalyst that enables SDR is in the analog domain of high-speed data-converter technologies.
2013-06-27 Compass-EOS adds eXtremeDB in r10004 router
The Compass-EOS r10004 core router targets telecom carriers, content distribution networks and other service providers that aim to scale their networks while reducing complexity and operating costs
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