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2003-06-17 STMicro chip combines bridge, LAN functionality
STMicroelectronics has announced the availability of ST50160, an ADSL gateway processor and reference design that combines bridge and LAN router functionality.
2004-03-05 STMicro adopts OSEck for latest DSP core
STMicroelectronics has adopted the Enea Embedded Technology's OSEck real-time operating system (RTOS) for its new ST122 DSP core.
2005-04-21 STB platform simplifies design
Equator introduced its Sailfish STB hardware platform that features enhancements requested by platform developers, including enhanced codec support, integrated security features and expanded video input processing.
2004-07-29 SPIDCOM uses LSI Logic ASIC for communication chip
SPIDCOM Technologies has selected LSI Logic Corp. platform ASIC for use in its powerline physical layer processor, the SPC200.
2005-09-21 Spansion, Atheros packaging solution reduces size of mobile phones
Spansion LLC and Atheros Communications Inc. have developed an innovative packaging solution that is designed to reduce the size of dual-mode cellular/wireless LAN (WLAN) mobile phones.
2011-07-27 SLIC solution for VoIP gateway unveiled
Silicon Laboratories' Si3226x Dual ProSLIC family for VoIP gateways delivers small bill of materials and board area and low power consumption.
2006-03-16 Security ICs add muscle for faster, deeper inspection
Bottlenecks in today's security appliances are pushing chipmakers to offer more integrated silicon and systems that promise to speed throughput to gigabit rates.
2011-05-27 Rohde & Schwarz acquires ipoque, enters security market
Rohde & Schwarz has acquired software company ipoque and will soon be entering the Internet traffic management and security market.
2004-10-25 QuickLogic, Renesas to partner on Wi-Fi solutions
QuickLogic Corp. has announced a partnership with Renesas Technology Corp. to enable low-power solutions for the expanding Wi-Fi market.
2006-08-04 PowerDsine expands into India
PowerDsine announced the official opening of its new office in Mumbai, India.
2002-03-08 Outlook remains bleak for comms spending
The outlook for communications hardware through 2002 remains bleak on multiple fronts, especially wired telecom, where carriers' spending plans and Wall Street's expectations for top telecom OEMs may be out of whack.
2004-12-22 Nortel softswitch gains Euro-PacketCable qualification
Nortel's softswitch has achieved Euro-PacketCable qualification, one of the first such switches to gain such approval from the Euro-Cable Certification Board (ECB), a consortium of 12 major European cable operators.
2005-03-10 Nortel launches supply chain center in Shanghai
Nortel has launched a supply chain center in Shanghai, China.
2004-11-04 NEC adopts AudioCodes media gateways
NEC Corp. has adopted AudioCodes Mediant 2000 media gateways to its softswitch for wireline applications used in VoIP building blocks.
2004-07-30 Motorola to push OFDM for high-speed wireless apps
Motorola will be pushing for the use of orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) as the technology of choice for ultra high-speed wireless communications following field experiments and research at Motorola Labs which demonstrate that OFDM can support networks with a peak downlink speed of up to 300Mbps.
2005-01-31 Microsemi ICs support IEEE802.11n Wi-Fi systems
Microsemi Corp. recently announced that it will release high-performance analog/mixed-signal consumer ICs that support the first IEEE802.11n Wi-Fi standard.
2002-08-13 MaxCore tool, processor, MaxSim developer suite
DSP Group Inc.'s simulation model for its TeakLite DSP is 16-bit core targeted for 2G and 2.5G wireless communication, as well as Internet audio formats and VoIP phones.
2011-06-27 LTE small cell demo operates in end-to-end system
Cavium, Continuous Computing and Picochip roll out a demonstration of a LTE small cell operating in an end-to-end system with commercially available user equipment (UE) and core network equipment.
2004-07-08 Kit speeds WLAN development on Linux
AbsoluteValue Systems is offering an embedded-software package that will support 802.11a/b/g chipsets on any Linux platform.
2004-11-23 Jungo debuts OpenRG for Linux residential gateway apps
Jungo released an open Linux development platform for residential gateway applications, optimized for Intel's iXDPG425 network gateway reference platform.
2007-05-09 Java software stack requires less than 200Kbyte ROM
ARM Ltd is upgrading its mobile Java software stack, turning it into a turnkey Java virtual machine for cellphones.
2012-06-14 Intel introduces next-gen of ultrabooks
Intel has detailed the next-generation of ultrabooks that boasts of higher responsiveness and enhanced security.
2005-03-22 IC offers huge system cost savings
The new CS4961XX family of ICs from Cirrus Logic integrates the company's 32bit audio optimized 49K series of audio DSPs with its CobraNet technology.
2005-10-12 How DLNA and UPnP will enable easy home video networks (Part 2)
A 'Rosetta Stone' for multimedia babbl
2010-12-09 Google's second handset gets mixed reviews
Google has announced the Nexus S by Samsung as its second effort at an integrated smart phone based on the next version of Android, and the handset has drawn both praise and criticisms.
2013-01-24 Global LTE subscribers in 2013 to grow twofold
Since being adopted in 2010 with just 612,000 users, LTE has grown by a factor of 22 to 13.2 million subscribers in 2011, and then jumping another 599 per cent in 2012 to nearly 100 million subscribers.
2005-06-10 Freescale, Alcatel to collaborate on single-chip GPON
Freescale Semiconductor will collaborate with passive optical network (PON) and DSL system leader Alcatel SA on system-on-a-chip solutions for gigabit passive optical networks
2005-03-02 Falling ASPs will dampen Wi-Fi unit gains, says Infonetics
Confiming all the recent buzz, global Wi-Fi equipment revenue rose 15 percent in 2004 to $2.8 billion while unit sales reached 36.1 million, up 51 percent from 2003, according to Infonetics Research's quarterly market share service Wireless LAN Equipment.
2004-10-22 Extreme, Foundry extend wireless LAN switch lineups
Foundry and Extreme extended their WLAN switch lineups with an emphasis on simplified deployment, VoIP support, security and lower cost products for remote offices.
2008-01-17 Ecosystem control is key in high-def DVD war
Warner Bros.' switch from the HD DVD camp to Blu-ray Disc underscores that the high-def DVD format battle lies not only on the technology but taking control of the ecosystem.
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