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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-18       Article Source : EE Times

KFAR SABA, Israel — Startup EPOS Technologies has unveiled a smart pen based on USB Flash Drive technology.
The mobile product enables users to capture and store handwritten notes wirelessly using a digital pen with flash memory capabilities.

EPOS, based here, claims its digital pen and USB Flash drive could replace bulky laptops and tablet PCs in meetings and classrooms. The smart pen can be used to capture and store notes or sketches in real time. Users can later download

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-18       Article Source : CRN

Hewlett-Packard said Wednesday it is deepening its portfolio of Advanced Micro Systems-based systems with a thin client and new servers running processors made by Intel's chief rival.

HP is rolling out the HP t5720, a thin client based on AMD's Geode NX 1500 chip. The Palo Alto, Calif.-based computer maker also said it is adding new AMD Opteron dual-core processors to the HP ProLiant DL145, DL385 and DL585 servers as well as the HP ProLiant BL25p, BL35p and BL45p blades.
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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-17       Article Source : InformationWeek

Intel on Tuesday began making good on its pledge to revamp its processor line with devices that generate significantly less heat when it introduced the dual-core Xeon low-voltage processor, which has a total dissipated power of 31 watts.

Based on its previously disclosed Sossaman core, the Xeon LV is expected to be used in deployments requiring high density and power optimization, including blade servers, single-height chassis, SAN and NAS products, and network infrastructure systems.

The Intel LV will be used

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-17       Article Source : TechWeb News

A supercomputer in a blade was unveiled Wednesday by Silicon Graphics. The company has constructed the product from dual Xilinx Virtex 4 FPGAs to create a high-performance computing (HPC) configuration that features a low cost and small footprint for the HPC universe.

The SGI RASC (Reconfigurable Application-Specific Computing) RC100 computation blade leverages the inherent parallelism of the Xilinx FPGAs and in the process creates an HPC solution that has the power of dozens of supercomputer nodes in a single blade, SGI said.

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-16   

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — DS2 SA (Design of Systems on Silicon SA), an early proponent of broadband-over-powerline chips, has scored a key design win with Netgear Inc.

Netgear will implement DS2's 200-Mbit/second Powerline HD technology currently deployed in a variety of home network products such as Netgear’s Storage Central home storage server.

While DS2 (Paterna, Spain) has worked with large companies such as Samsung on digital home networking applications, Netgear’s presence in retail markets could reshape DS2’s business. Chano Gomez,

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-13   

SEOUL, South Korea — Microsoft wasn't the only company to launch an ultra-compact PC at the CeBit show.

Samsung Electronics said Thursday (March 9) it is also jumping into the mobile PC market with its Q1 ultra-mobile PC. Based on a concept jointly designed by Samsung, Intel and Microsoft, Q1 will attempt to blend mobility with higher performance while providing basic PC functions, Samsung said.

Q1 weighs 779 grams (1.71 pounds) and uses touch-screen technology on a 7-inch LCD. It

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-12       Article Source : VARBusiness

In the two years since Iomega launched its REV drive technology, the 35-GB disks have become a viable option over optical drives for backing up servers in small offices. Having delivered 1 million disks, the company is now preparing a portable external device that will let customers load up to eight cartridges in a single box.

Iomega is launching its REV Loader 280 at CeBIT 2006, which opened today in Hannover, Germany. The box, measuring 5 inches by 7 inches, connects to

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-12       Article Source : InformationWeek

The introduction of Core is one of the most important technology developments for Intel in years and may determine its success for the rest of the decade and beyond.

By mid-year, the new Core architecture introduced at Intel's Developer Forum this week in San Francisco will provide a single framework that will extend all across virtually all of the company's future processor offerings from desktops to mobile computers to servers. The introduction of Core is one of the most important technology developments

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-11       Article Source : EE Times

MANHASSET, N.Y. — Japan-based TDK Corp. said Wednesday (March 8) it would shut down its recordable media plant at its European subsidiary, TDK Recording Media Europe in Luxembourg.

The shutdown, slated to occur by the end of May, completes the company’s plans to withdraw from manufacturing recordable CD and DVD products. TDK phased-out recordable media manufacturing in Nagano, Japan at the end of 2005.

TDK reported that a sharp drop in market prices of recordable CDs and DVDs and higher material costs

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-10       Article Source : InformationWeek

The new blade server will let Sun re-enter a market that's currently dominated by Dell, Egenera, Hewlett-Packard, and IBM.

A planned expansion of Sun Microsystems' Galaxy platform of x86-based servers scheduled for midyear will include a blade option, returning the company to a fast-growing market it exited two years ago.

The new line of Galaxy servers, first introduced by Sun in September, will expand the platform to include an eight-socket version as well as a new blade server, says John

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-09       Article Source : CRN

Hewlett-Packard on Monday took the wraps off two new notebook lines and a mobile PC battery that it said can push system battery life beyond 14 hours.

The HP Compaq 9400 and HP Compaq 6300 series notebooks feature wider screens, Intel Core Duo processors, several price points and a more rugged design, according to Palo Alto, Calif.-based HP.

Carol Hess-Nickels, director of business notebook marketing for HP, said the nx9400 business notebooks are 35 percent thinner and 17 percent lighter

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-09       Article Source : CRN

Quantum on Monday unveiled two new technologies that reflect the impact disk-backup is having on the tape market.

The Milpitas, Calif.-based tape drive and automation vendor on Monday unveiled the latest iteration of its midrange tape technology, DLT-S4, which provides high-capacity backups at what company officials say is the lowest cost-per-Gbyte archiving media.

Quantum also unveiled new hard drives built into removable cartridges that can be treated as tape for off-site archiving.

The new DLT-S4 tape cartridges from

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-09       Article Source : EE Times

LONDON — Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has introduced three variants of its dual-core Opteron processor to the market.
The three variants are: the model 885, designed for eight-way, 16-core enterprise servers; the model 285, intended for two-way, four-core workstations and servers and the model 185, for one-way, two-core servers and workstations.

The Dual-Core AMD Opteron processor Model 885 is priced at $2,149 in 1,000-unit quantities and the Model 285 is priced at $1,051 in 1,000-unit quantities. The Dual-Core AMD Opteron

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-06   

Amax Information Technologies is expanding its custom- built storage business, adding new NAS technology it promises will be easy for small business VARs to configure as well as high-end storage servers for larger customers.

The Fremont, Calif.-based distributor and custom systems builder actually has three product lines in the works. A small business NAS based on technology from Open-E, a SOHO NAS, and higher-end series of servers and storage devices that support Serial-attached SCSI.

The new product lines gives Amax

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-06       Article Source : EE Times

TAIPEI, Taiwan — A couple of underdogs in the optical disc world are hoping to steal some of the show at next week’s CeBIT by introducing the commercial versions of low priced, red-laser based discs and players capable of storing up to 40 gigabytes of data.

New Medium Enterprises and Beijing E-World Technology will be looking to tout the combined benefits of their Versatile Multilayer Disc (VMD) and Enhanced Versatile Disc (EVD) technologies, the latter of which is China’s optical disc standard.

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