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Posted by inet on 2005-10-30       Article Source : EE Times

CDMA technology supplier Qualcomm Inc. said the allegations of withholding intellectual property made to the European Commission by six rivals are factually inaccurate and legally meritless.

Earlier Friday (Oct. 28), Broadcom Corp. Ericsson, NEC, Nokia, Panasonic Mobile Communications and Texas Instruments Inc. each asked the EC to investigate and stop alleged anticompetitive conduct by San Diego-based Qualcomm in the licensing of essential patents for 3G mobile technology.

In a released statement, Qualcomm said the accusation the company has failed to honor commitments

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-30       Article Source : EE Times

TOKYO — A research group based in a Tokyo university has succeeded to produce hydrogen using a Gallium Nitride (GaN) device as a photocatalyst, which scientists believe could lead to a process that extracts hydrogen directly from water using only solar energy.

The research team is one of three groups running under the Nakamura Inhomogeneous Crystal Project sponsored by Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST). Shuji Nakamura, University of California Santa Barbara, who pioneered GaN based blue LED and blue laser development, directs

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Posted by iTech on 2005-10-29       Article Source : Networking Pipeline

VoIPshield Systems Inc. has just launched a new voice over IP (VoIP) vulnerability assessment solution that will allow organizations to respond to threats before they affect IP telephony systems and services.

Based on a continuously updated threats database, VoIPaudit is both comprehensive and highly scalable. It can be set to scan continuously or periodically and provides support for a wide range of VoIP protocols, including session initiation protocol (SIP), International Telecommunication Union (ITU) H.323, Cisco Skinny, Nortel Unistim, and other proprietary protocols.

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Posted by iNext on 2005-10-29       Article Source : InformationWeek

Blue Gene/L at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory hits speed of 280.6 teraflops.

     
In a ceremony at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California Thursday, officials from the Department of Energy and IBM celebrated completion of the world's fastest supercomputer, and said IBM's Blue Gene/L system had doubled its previous performance. The new record of 280.6 teraflops, or trillion floating-point operations per second, surpasses a top speed of 136.8 teraflops that a half-complete version of the system achieved in June. Read More...  

Posted by iTech on 2005-10-29       Article Source : CRN

Intel on Thursday expanded its storage offerings to the custom system community with a new enclosure for small and midsize business customers.

The company's new Storage System SSR212MA is a hardware and software solution for building SATA storage arrays for IP-based storage networks, said Scott Peiffer, product line manager for white box storage.

Each SSR212MA includes its own controller, and has space for up to 12 hard drives, giving it a maximum capacity of 4.8 Tbytes using 400-Gbyte drives or

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Posted by iNext on 2005-10-28       Article Source : InformationWeek

AMD's share of the total x86 processor market grew to 17.6% in the third quarter, up from 16.2% in the second quarter, according Mercury Research.
By Darrell Dunn
 
  
If the news wasn't bad enough when Intel was forced on Monday to reshuffle its market-leading Xeon server processor line and its Itanium chip roadmap, it got worse Thursday for the chip leader when the latest market share numbers showed rival Advanced Micro Devices gaining additional ground in

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Posted by iTech on 2005-10-28       Article Source : Networking Pipeline

Kevin Martin calls for national TV franchises and champions a number-based system for universal service contributions.

For a guy who's about to become a father for the first time, Kevin Martin has an ambitious schedule for the near-term future, filling his agency's plate with reform ideas for video franchising and universal service contributions.

In a speech made Wednesday via video link to attendees here at the USTA Telecom '05 show, the FCC chairman championed both a national plan for obtaining video

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Posted by iNext on 2005-10-28       Article Source : Networking Pipeline

American competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs) will invest more heavily into multiservice access platforms (MSAPs) in the near future to comply with new government regulations, according to a new Heavy Reading study.

Responding to new Federal Communications Commission rules concerning unbundled network elements (UNEs), local carriers have been shopping for MSAPs rather than IP digital subscriber line access multiplexers (DSLAMs), according to the study. Carriers are more interested in access hardware that integrates VoIP, traditional telephony, and data functionality.

In

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Posted by inet on 2005-10-28       Article Source : AP

Federal antitrust regulators on Thursday approved the multibillion-dollar mergers of SBC Communications Inc. with AT&T and of Verizon Communications Inc. with MCI Inc.

The Justice Department approved the deals without any significant conditions, such as the asset sales that critics said were needed to ensure adequate competition. The Federal Communications Commission still must sign off on the mergers, and that could come as early as Friday.

The SBC merger, valued at $16 billion, won't be the end of the AT&T

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Posted by inet on 2005-10-28       Article Source : CRN

NEC Solutions America Wednesday said it will help solution providers sell complex solutions to small and midsize companies by offering a "no money down, no payment for 90 days" option.

The program lets customers acquire Fault Tolerant and Itanium 2 servers, storage, software and services as part of a total solution and wait 90 days from deliver to start making payments, said Colin Rosenmeyer, national sales manager for NEC Financial Services.

"It's for customers who want to acquire the solutions

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Posted by inet on 2005-10-27       Article Source : EE Times

AUSTIN, Texas — Lisa Su, a 10-year IBM veteran, was named vice president of the IBM semiconductor research and development center, making her one of the highest-ranking female executives in the U.S. chip industry.

The center employs about 1,000 staffers, many of them at its East Fishkill, N.Y., site. Su also will oversee IBM’s research and development operations in Albany, New York.

Su earned her B.S., M.S., and doctorate degrees in electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Over

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Posted by iNext on 2005-10-27       Article Source : Networking Pipeline

Costs of implementing new wireless technology still too steep for widespread deployment, say carriers who have WiMAX trials underway.

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Sometimes hailed as telecom's next conquering hero, the technology known as WiMAX was deemed too expensive and too complex for immediate widespread deployment, according to carriers who have WiMAX trials underway.
At a panel discussion Tuesday at the USTA Telecom '05 show here, a panel of WiMAX equipment suppliers and telephone service providers debated whether or not carriers

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Posted by inet on 2005-10-27   

The Washington-based startup is putting the final touches on software meant to simplify management of Linux servers in a Windows Server environment.

A Washington-based startup is finalizing software that aims to let server administrators have the best of both worlds by simplifying the task of controlling Linux servers within a Windows Server-based network.
Centeris Corp. has been beta testing its package, called Likewise, for much of 2005 and is making a final beta publicly available today before finalizing it for release

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Posted by iTech on 2005-10-27       Article Source : EE Times

Chip-equipment subsystems supplier Newport Corp. has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its robotic systems operations.
The unit has been reflected as a discontinued operation since the first quarter of 2005. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Located in Richmond, California, the company's robotic systems operations serve the front-end semiconductor equipment industry with wafer-handling subsystems such as atmospheric robots, load ports and equipment front-end modules.

Newport will retain ownership of the high-precision motion stage systems

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Posted by iNext on 2005-10-26   

The number of U.S. households subscribing to Internet telephony services is expected to rise dramatically by 2010, as consumers flock to the cheaper service, a market researcher said Tuesday.

Fully 20.4 million U.S. households are expected to subscribe to a voice over Internet protocol-based broadband service by 2010, compared with 1.2 million in 2004, JupiterResearch said.

"The single biggest reason as to why someone would cancel traditional phone service in favor of VoIP is price," JupiterResearch analyst Joe Laszlo said.

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