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Broadband Revenue Doubled In 2005, Led By DSL: Report

Posted by inet on 2006-03-09    Article Source : Networking Pipeline

Revenues from broadband customer premise equipment (CPE) sales grew dramatically in 2005, driven by an expanding market as enterprises deployed broadband for company connectivity and service providers offered triple-play bundles.

According to a new report from Infonetics Research, worldwide broadband CPE revenues grew 123% last year, to reach $4.9 billion, while shipments

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AOL Opens AIM Code to Developers

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-09    Article Source : eWeek

After years of jealously guarding access to its AOL Instant Messenger network, America Online is openly flirting with third-party developers looking to connect to its AIM service.
 
The Dulles, Va., company has launched Open AIM, a free developer kit that allows the creation of plug-ins, mashups and third-party applications that connect

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AMD introduces Opteron dual-core processor

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. Read More...   Category: Hardware

NetApp Nudges Closer to New OS

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-09

NetApp, which is about to unveil its long-awaited GX operating system, warned this week that it could be years before the new technology converges with its existing 7G OS.
 
GX, which will include elements of the Spinnaker technology NetApp acquired more than two years ago, will be demo'd at the

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Brazil will test South Korea's WiMax service

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

SEOUL, South Korea — Samsung Electronics has agreed with Brazil’s largest media group, Abril S.A., to jointly launch pilot tests of South Korea's mobile WiMax service in Brazil.

Under terms of the agreement announced Tuesday (March 7), Samsung and Abril's TVA cable TV subsidiary will begin trial services here of the Korean

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US music co-op "la la" goes online for legal song swapping

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-09    Article Source : AFP

An online song co-op that claims to be the world's most diverse music store went live on the Internet from its US headquarters.
 
"La la" launched a beta-version website at lala.com with 1.8 million album titles available for trade at a dollar a piece. Membership was by invitation only, with

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New dual core MiniPC pricier than Mac mini

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

Still think the Mac mini’s not a good value compared to budget PCs? If you want to compare Apples to, well, apples, you might want to have a look at Aopen’s new MiniPC, once it’s unveiled tomorrow at the Intel Developer’s Forum in San Francisco, Calif.

In 2005 AOpen generated interest when

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Amelio And Wozniak Seek A 'Blank Check'

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-08

Three former top honchos at Apple Computer have formed Acquicor Technology, which has filed for an unusual initial public offering as a blank-check company.
 
Acquicor, which is seeking to raise $150 million in the IPO, says it'll use the money to make acquisitions of tech and multimedia businesses. Acquisitions

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Microsoft moves to Groove

Posted by iTech on 2006-03-08    Article Source : Network World

A year after buying Groove Networks and its peer-to-peer technology, Microsoft has begun laying out plans to develop the software into the offline client that has been missing in its document collaboration story.

Office Groove 2007, which Microsoft introduced late last month, is being developed as the cache (offline) client for Microsoft's Windows

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RIM Settles with NTP For $612.5 Million

Posted by inet on 2006-03-08    Article Source : TechWeb News

Research In Motion Ltd said Friday it has reached a $612.5 million settlement with NTP Inc., whose patent-infringement suit had threatened to halt the use of RIM's popular BlackBerry email device in the United States.

As a result of the licensing and settlement agreement, U.S. District Judge James R. Spencer

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