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Posted by iTech on 2006-04-06       Article Source : EE Times

MANHASSET, N.Y. — French telecommunications company Alcatel said Wednesday (April 5) it would sell its satellite, railway signaling, and mission-critical services businesses to Thales for cash and stock reportedly amounting to $2.08 billion.

Alcatel would boost its stake in Thales to 21.6 percent, with Groupe Industriel Marcel Dassault keeping a 5 percent share and the French state remaining the majority shareholder at 27.1 percent.

The deal comes after the recent merger of Alcatel with Lucent Technologies in a deal worth $36 billion.

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Posted by iNext on 2006-04-06   

SAN DIEGO -- Storage Networking World -- Intel and EMC today said the chip maker will sell EMC's SANs for SMBs through an OEM deal.

Intel has sold its chips in storage systems and dabbled in networked storage with low-end unbranded SANs made from cheap parts, or "white box" systems. But the EMC partnership significantly steps up its storage profile. Intel will brand EMC's new AX150 Fibre Channel and AX150i iSCSI SANs as the Intel SSR21PP.

The announcement comes one

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Posted by iNext on 2006-04-05       Article Source : EE Times

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. — The "e" hardware verification language developed by Verisity Inc. has been ratified as the IEEE 1647 standard, EE Times has learned. The ratification may pave the way for broader acceptance of the language, which faces a challenge from SystemVerilog, also now an IEEE standard.

A brief statement on the IEEE 1647 web site notes that the standard was officially approved by the IEEE as of March 30. Earlier in the week, the IEEE RevCom committee recommended approval of

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Posted by iNext on 2006-04-04       Article Source : CRN

Symantec planned next week to unveil software to manage remote office data backup and recovery, which includes encryption of the data as it is replicated locally or to a central data center or off-site disaster recovery center.

The new Veritas NetBackup 6.0 PureDisk Remote Office Edition, based on technology acquired when the Cupertino, Calif.-based company acquired Belgium-based Data Center Technologies last year, encrypts backups in transit and when it is stored on disk, said Mike Adams, group manager for NetBackup product marketing.

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Posted by iNext on 2006-04-03       Article Source : EE Times

European Union regulators have given clearance to Japan-based Sony and NEC to set up an optical disk drive joint venture, according to an Associated Press report.
 
The two Japanese electronics companies reportedly want the new venture to start making DVD drives and CD drives for use in PCs and other electronics devices from April 1.

According to the report, the European Commission said the deal would not significantly change competition in optical disk-drives. The venture would face strong rivals such

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-03       Article Source : Reuters

The world's largest electronics firms have decided to use Bluetooth wireless technology to send high quality video between devices in the home, two industry associations said this week.

The decision is expected to determine how hundreds of millions of televisions, video recorders and personal computers will be connected without wires by the turn of the decade.

Until now, the global electronics industry has been struggling to choose a single wireless connection that is fast enough to connect a new generation

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Posted by iTech on 2006-04-02       Article Source : Networking Pipeline

3Com and IBM announced a partnership today to port 3Com's IP telephony server onto IBM's System i server platform, the re-branded, multiplatform version of the old AS/400 series.

The System i IP Telephony Suite will enable IT to reduce the cost and complexity of mid-market offices by deploying a single server housing all of their core applications -- ERP and CRM, Websphere, DB-2 and now their IP telephony server, 3Com's VCX. Up to 2,000 users will be supported on a single System

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-02       Article Source : EE Times

MANHASSET, N.Y. — IBM scientists have developed a new technique, called spin-excitation spectroscopy, to explore and control magnetism at its fundamental atomic level.

The method promises to be important not only in the quest to understand the operation of future computer circuit and data-storage elements as they shrink toward atomic dimensions, but also to lay the foundation for new materials and computing devices that leverage atom-scale magnetic phenomena.

"We have developed a window into the atomic heart of magnetism," said Andreas Heinrich,

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-31       Article Source : EE Times

SAN FRANCISCO — Privately held EDA vendor Simucad Design Automation Inc. Thursday (March 30) announced the availability of a multicore-optimized family of three-dimensional TCAD-based interconnect parasitic modeling tools.

According to Simucad (Santa Clara, Calif.), the new tools are optimized for the specific requirements of characterizing the capacitance, resistance, and/or inductance of multilevel interconnect systems, inductor libraries and complete circuits in the form of cells and cores.

The tools — Exact Interconnect Parasitic Characterization, Quest High Frequency Parasitic Extractor, Clever Physics-Based

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-30       Article Source : TechWeb News

Hughes Network Systems LLC unveiled a brace of new services Monday as the broadband satellite provider continued to redefine itself after selling its DirectTV satellite television business two years ago.

Drawing on its broadband capability, Hughes is staking out a position as an ISP supplier to consumers and small businesses. Hughes believes the services will be particularly attractive to users in rural regions unable to get reliable broadband.

The enhancements include a new e-mail system, starter Web pages, and improved

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-29   

SAN JOSE, Calif. — In the latest wave of activity for renewable energy, Schott GmbH will invest 60 million euros ($72 million) to enable its subsidiary, Schott Solar Inc., to build a manufacturing facility for thin-film solar modules in Jena, Germany.

Germany’s Schott and others are scrambling to expand their solar-cell fab capacities to meet huge demand from homes and businesses worldwide. Companies that have recently announced new and massive solar-cell production plants include Energy Conversion Devices, Evergreen Solar, Sharp, SunPower and

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-29       Article Source : TechWeb News

The VoIP marketplace is getting another major player in the form of Lycos Phone, which is offering a bundle of free features and services, although users will also have to accept some commercials and banner ads.

The crowded VoIP marketplace is getting another major player in for form of Lycos Phone, which is offering a bundle of free features and services, although users will also have to accept some commercials and banner ads.

Announced Monday, Lycos Inc., a subsidiary of

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-29       Article Source : Small Business Pipeline

RingCentral Inc. today announced RingCentral Online 3.0, an update of its on-demand telecommunications service for small businesses and mobile workers.

The market demand for affordable telecom services services has been exploding in the small business sector, especially for those businesses with less than 10 employees. Rather than shell out dollars for traditional PBX systems, individual professions such as real estate brokers, insurance representatives, lawyers, and financial specialists, and the smallest businesses opt to use telecom services that are really targeted at home

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-28       Article Source : Byte and Switch

You can count Tacit Networks as the latest company to combine wide-area file services (WAFS) with WAN optimization.

Tacit today added WAN optimization to the latest release of its iShared software, which runs on the vendor's appliances for remote offices.

The major additions to Tacit's product include TCP acceleration and the ability to eliminate redundant data transfer over the WAN, which Tacit claims will deliver 100-to-1 compression ratios. The goal is to reduce WAN latency and bandwidth consumption to accelerate

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-27       Article Source : EE Times

SAN JOSE, Calif. — IBM Corp. claims to have developed a device that incorporates an integrated circuit on a carbon nanotube. The technology could one day boost the speeds of next-generation chip products.
 
IBM has built a five-stage ring oscillator that comprises of 12 field-effect transistors (FET) side-by-side, along the length of an individual carbon nanotube, according to the journal Science, which is expected to be released on Friday (March 24).

“A complementary metal-oxide semiconductor-type architecture was achieved by

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