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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-21       Article Source : EE Times

Japan-based NEC Corp. has announced it has developed a multicore processor technology capable of performing automatic parallelization of application programs, without modifying them.

The processor’s automatic parallelizing compiler utilizes profile information to aggressively exploit parallelization patterns, effective for accelerating the speed of application programs. The parallelization. though speculative, is almost always completely accurate, according to NEC.

The processor’s speculation hardware works as a safety net by handling any rare misses, guaranteeing the correctness of the execution. This ensures that the compiler is

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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-19       Article Source : CRN

Symantec and Linksys are teaming up to provide a powerful security solution aimed at protecting networks from hackers, viruses, spyware and other Internet maladies.

The deal, announced this week, adds Symantec's Norton Internet Security 2006 to Linksys' entire line of wired and wireless routers, bundling anti-virus, parental control, privacy control, anti-spam and personal firewall software with existing hardware-based security features including stateful firewall and address filtering, according to a Linksys spokesperson.

Customers who purchase Linksys routers will receive a 60-day

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-19   

Google is consuming storage and computing power at a worrying rate, according to David Girouard, general manager at the firm’s enterprise division.

During his keynote at the Interop show here this week, Girouard explained that the firm blows through "an incredible amount" of computing power, disk space, and bandwidth. The exec noted that the firm has “concerns about the future in all these respects.”
 
“If you look at what we’re doing with Google Earth,” he explained, “it doesn’t take a

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Posted by iTech on 2005-12-19       Article Source : EE Times

MANHASSET, N.Y. — Finland-based wireless equipment provider Nokia Corp. said Friday (Dec. 15) it will open a new global networks solution center next year in Chennai, southeastern India, as part of its strategy to penetrate the growing India market.

In April, Nokia announced that it had chosen Chennai as the site for its new mobile phone plant expected to employ up to 2,000 people. It is slated to open the first half of 2006.

The networking center will serve selected operator customers

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-17       Article Source : TechWeb News

VoIP over Pre-WiMAX has been successfully tested in a trial in South Africa utilizing solutions supplied by Verso Technologies and Saab Grintek Technologies, the companies said Thursday.

The trials involved Wi-Fi-compatible PDAs obtaining access to the public switched telephone network (PSTN) via customer premise gateways. Backhauling of WiMAX technology to an existing Telkom South Africa was accomplished through customer premise gateways.

Verso’s Class 4 and Class 5 softswitching and gateway technologies were used to deploy the test.

“This

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-17       Article Source : EE Times

Digital media processor supplier Sigma Designs has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Blue7 Communications, a developer of advanced wireless technologies and ultrawideband (UWB) semiconductors.

Sigma Designs (Milpitas, Calif.) will pay $14 million in stock considerations for Blue7 (San Jose), a private start-up company focused on developing UWB semiconductor products for consumer electronics. Products being designed include the Windeo chipset, an all-CMOS solution with the baseband and MAC integrated chip along with an RF front-end chip.

Blue7 employs 20 people, 18 of

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-16   

SAN JOSE, Calif. — RF Micro Devices Inc. (RFMD), a provider of radio frequency integrated circuits for wireless communications applications, has approved the expansion of its assembly operations in China.

The expansion, which is projected to be on line during the June quarter of 2006, is expected to increase RFMD's internal assembly capacity by approximately 50 percent, This represents approximately 25 percent of the company's assembly requirements.

RFMD's assembly operations, which are located in Beijing, were brought on line in

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Posted by inet on 2005-12-16       Article Source : EE Times

3M has agreed to acquire the Siemens Ultrasound Division's flexible circuit manufacturing line in Canoga Park, Calif.

Terms of the transaction, expected to close by the year’s end, were not disclosed. The facility employs 56 people and will remain in Canoga Park as part of 3M.

The transaction is expected to expand 3M’s business in the ultrasound and medical imaging markets, according to Frank Little, division vice president of 3M Electronic Solutions Div.

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-14       Article Source : Networking Pipeline

Linksys will collaborate with Telabria to deliver VoIP services over a European WiMAX-class broadband network, the companies recently announced.
Telabria's Skylink service delivers symmetric broadband at speeds up to 10Mbps to customers in South East England, using a next-generation hybrid network of fiber and radio and completely bypassing the copper local loop. Linksys ATAs and VoIP handsets will be utilized to enable the voice services.

"Teaming with Telabria clearly demonstrates that Linksys products are the perfect fit in a carrier

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Posted by inet on 2005-12-13       Article Source : CRN

At Interop this week, networking technology will enjoy more popularity than it has in at least five years.

The trade show, which takes place Dec. 12-16 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City, will host over 140 vendors. Industry diversity will be on display, from giants such as Microsoft and CA to lesser knowns such as Zeomi, Center Point, Ala., a maker of keyboards with an extra tab button next to the number pad.

But hot topics

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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-13   

BellSouth Corp. has launched a residential VOIP service by reselling 8x8 Inc.'s Packet8 service, Light Reading has learned.

The service, called BellSouth Digital Phone Service, has already been launched in one market -- Gainesville, Fla. -- and will be rolled out in more areas in the coming weeks, according to a BellSouth sales support team member. The service includes features such as caller ID, call waiting, voicemail, and the like.

The service will eventually be marketed to BellSouth's FastAccess broadband customers throughout

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Posted by inet on 2005-12-11       Article Source : CRN

Wireless vendor Bluesocket has upgraded its BlueSecure WLAN management software to strengthen security and improve performance of voice over WLAN.

Bluesocket has addressed the security requirements of VoWLAN by including a stateful firewall that monitors dynamic voice traffic and protects the network, said Dave Danielson, vice president of marketing at Bluesocket, Burlington, Mass. "People want to know that the infrastructure they have in place today is voice-capable," he said.

Companies looking to upgrade their data networks to carry voice are

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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-10       Article Source : TechWeb News

The crowded VoIP sector is getting another major player. Yahoo Inc., which is entering the field with a service that in many ways is cheaper than Web phoning pacesetter Skype, and putting another nail in the coffin of traditional landline telephoning.

The Yahoo offering, to be available in 180 countries, will link with existing Yahoo e-mail and instant messaging features, and that appears to be what will distinguish the service from many of its competitors.

Calling plans will differ from

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-09       Article Source : CRN

D-Link has upgraded two of its high-end VPN/firewall products and introduced a new application security gateway to its NetDefend line of small business networking security products.

D-Link sees these products as part of its push to become a provider of end-to-end networking solutions that will be sold through channel partners, according to Rosas. Solution providers will also be able to bundle these products with support services, he added.

The NetDefend Application Security Gateway DFL-M510 is a new offering that can

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-08       Article Source : TechWeb News

BellSouth will offer a package of voice, data, and television services in a partnership with TV programming provider PDI-SAT, the former regional Bell operating company (RBOC) announced Wednesday. And, at an investors' conference, BellSouth's CEO said the company will experiment with television transmitted over the Internet.

The combo voice-data-TV package will be offered to residential multi-dwelling subscribers in BellSouth's service territory.

"BellSouth's comprehensive portfolio of voice and data products, coupled with PDI-SAT's ability to offer customers digital-quality, multi-channel TV programming

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