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2006-01-23 Cypress unveils new dual-port interconnects
Cypress introduced a family of asynchronous dual-port interconnects with what it touts as the industry's lowest power consumption and smallest footprint.
2005-03-09 Cradle, Freescale, TI to debut DSP products at ESC
Cradle Technologies Inc., Freescale Semiconductor Inc. and Texas Instruments Inc. have separately taken this week's Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in San Francisco to debut chips based on digital signal processor (DSP) technologies.
2005-06-13 Continuous expands in China through UPTech acquisition
Continuous Computing Corp. has acquired, for an undisclosed sum, key people, products and technology from the product division of China-based UPTech (United Platform Technologies
2005-06-13 Continuous expands in China through UPTech acquisition
Continuous Computing Corp. has acquired, for an undisclosed sum, key people, products and technology from the product division of China-based UPTech (United Platform Technologies
2004-04-13 Computer telephony key to Intel's comms agenda
It may seem a bit peculiar to find Intel in the computer-telephony business, which has been considered a niche even at the height of telecom bubble.
2003-11-17 Cisco pushes WLANs, preps wireless-aware routers and switches
Cisco Systems Inc. launched new 802.11g wireless LAN access points and described plans to roll out wireless-aware routers and switches starting next year.
2004-12-16 Cirrus Logic's new processors reduce BoM
Cirrus Logic said it is making it possible for commercial and professional audio manufacturers to significantly lower costs of deploying networked audio systems.
2005-09-08 Building an end-to-end architecture that supports fixed mobile convergence
Fixed Mobile Convergence is receiving significant attention from the research community and telecom equipment vendors around the world. Is there an end-to-end architecture that will support FMC?
2005-06-07 Broadcom expands StrataXGS line
Broadcom's new StrataXGS III switches feature advanced capabilities for the cost-conscious small-to-medium sized business market
2005-11-25 Big changes in cellular industry to start in 2006: study
Major changes in the way cellular operators do business will start to become evident in 2006, according to a report released Wednesday by market research firm Informa Telecoms & Media.
2004-10-26 Atmel, IPWireless to develop UMTS TDD mobile handsets
Atmel Corp. and IPWireless have collaborated along with an undisclosed OEM to develop a UMTS TDD mobile handset.
2004-07-26 Atheros hits home with WLAN chipset
Atheros Communications has extended its WLAN chipset for high-definition TV and other multimedia distribution throughout the home.
2009-06-18 Alliance pushes HD spec for surveillance apps
A group of chip and systems companies have launched a new standard for high-definition (HD) surveillance systems.
2005-03-14 Airspan unveils 'self-installable' WiMax products
Airspan unveiled what the company said are the world's first self-installable indoor WiMax products that link desktop PCs, laptops, Internet-ready telephone sets and other broadband devices directly to operator networks.
2006-10-19 Actel to release MicroTCA ref designs
Actel disclosed that it will use its Fusion FPGA series in a series of reference designs for the MicroTCA standard, a small-form-factor version of Advanced TCA.
2014-01-14 Accelerate M2M networking with UDP
Learn how user datagram protocol provides the simplest form of data transfer between network members.
2004-12-23 2004: Mergers, convergence, and Wi-Fi as a public utility
In 2004, cities started treating wireless broadband like sewage and water, converged devices started flying off the shelves and the U.S. wireless industry got smaller.
2003-02-20 Zhone acquires NEC Eluminant
Zhone Technologies Inc. has purchased NEC Eluminant Technologies Inc. for an undisclosed amount.
2010-05-26 WLAN test solution validates actual network traffic
VeriWave's WaveDeploy WLAN site assessment solution analyzes network readiness, real performance and the impact of growth and change, with a single pass through a facility.
2006-07-06 VoIP processor offers 'first' complete IMS solution
Mindspeed Technologies has announced its seventh-generation Comcerto VoIP processor that promises to deliver the industry's first complete IMS solution.
2006-03-13 TranSwitch exhibits Ethernet devices at IIC-China
TranSwitch will conduct live demonstrations of its EtherMap-PDH and PacketTrunk-4 devices, as well as its MY3128 XAUI-to-XAUI retimer device at the IIC-China.
2005-05-27 TI, AudioCodes promote VoIP processors
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) and AudioCodes will jointly promote AudioCodes' VoIP processors, based on TI DSPs.
2005-08-29 Solve the complexity crisis in network system design
SBC system providers are rising to the challenge by providing equipment with the necessary performance
2004-02-26 Siemens optimistic on 3G, fixed-to-mobile convergence
After three years of waffling on predictions of the thus far slow-to-start 3G roll-out, Siemens predicted an optimistic future for 3G market at its press conference Monday (February 23, 2004).
2013-05-23 Radisys on VoLTE and telecom in the cloud
Radisys executives share their thoughts on what's driving network transformation and what operators should be considering as they address deployment challenges and opportunities.
2007-05-11 Puma 5 cable modem chip jumps on Docsis 3.0 shift
Texas Instruments Inc.'s Puma 5 cable modem transceiver touts full Docsis 3.0 support, but it doesn't expect a tide of OEM designs until 2008.
2005-02-17 Philips Electronics, Kineto to bring UMA into mobile phones
Royal Philips Electronics and Kineto Wireless, a supplier of UMA technology, are working together to bring unlicensed mobile access (UMA) into mobile phone system solutions.
2006-04-17 Partners to rev PowerPC
AMCC and Intrinsity have joined forces to design a PowerPC core that could operate in the 3GHz range.
2001-05-01 Packet rings aim at metro nets
Resilient packet ring (RPR) is a new technology that optimizes unique requirements of metro networks by defining a MAC with two network interfaces.
2001-04-15 Optimizing DSPs for wireless world
Complexities in next-generation requirements is taxing the capabilities of traditional DSP technology and design methodologies, causing a need for industry business models to be drastically redefined.
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