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Mar 16,2007
It was a tale of two companies in the semiconductor industry in 2006, with leading chip supplier Intel Corp. suffering a revenue decline, while rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) nearly doubled its sales, according to iSuppli Corp.'s final 2006 market-share ranking. "For U.S. microprocessor giant Intel, 2006 was the worst of times, as its global semiconductor revenue dropped by 11.1 percent from 2005," said Dale Ford, vice president, market intelligence, for iSuppli. "The revenue ... [full story]
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Mar 16,2007
Redefining the feature set of a value server, the Gateway E-9232T gives customers a choice of powerful AMD processors and several advanced technologies not typically available in an entry-level server. Powered by either a dual-core AMD Opteron 1000 Series processor or a single-core AMD Athlon 64 processor 3500 , the E-9232T also includes Gateway Lights Out (GLO) system management, optional remote keyboard/video/mouse (K/V/M) technology, integrated RAID support and optional hot-swappable redundant power supplies. Its low ... [full story]
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Mar 16,2007
TeamF1's High-Performance Networking and Security Software Powers the Latest Versions of NETGEAR's VPN/Firewall Routers NetGear, a global provider of technologically advanced, branded networking products for business and home users, has chosen TeamF1's security software for use in the next generation of NetGear's ProSafe VPN Firewall Routers, according to Mukesh Lulla, president of TeamF1, Inc., a leader in embedded networking and security software. TeamF1 is supplying a broad set of standards-based security features for security gateways ... [full story]
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Mar 16,2007
Cisco Systems this week announced a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held NeoPath Networks, the leading provider of high performance and highly scalable file storage management solutions. NeoPath's patented SMART virtualization technology and its File Director family of products simplify the management of network attached storage (NAS) and other file servers.  "Enterprise customers are asking Cisco how they can make better use of their existing IT infrastructure, and NeoPath is part of the answer," said Jayshree ... [full story]
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Mar 09,2007
U.S. District Court finds Vonage guilty; Verizon Says Its Innovations Contribute to Building World-Class Networks Jurors in a patent infringement case before the U.S. District Court for the Virginia Eastern District on Thursday, March 8, ruled that VoIP service provider Vonage Holdings Corp. infringed three U.S. patents held by Verizon and must pay $58 million plus possible future royalties to its competitor.   "A jury today found that Vonage Holdings Corp. has infringed three United States ... [full story]
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Mar 09,2007
FaceTime Researchers Discover Symfly Trojan Abusing Alexa Toolbar FaceTime Security Labs, the threat research and remediation arm of FaceTime Communications, has discovered a Trojan named Symfly that is influencing Alexa Web traffic rankings for several Chinese Web sites. Customers who have deployed FaceTime Enterprise Edition, including RTGuardian, GEM and IMAuditor and configured for automatic filter updates, are automatically protected from this security threat.   Symfly Trojan downloads the Alexa Toolbar, calls out to web sites, registering ... [full story]
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Mar 09,2007
Engineers have a hard-enough time getting gadgets to work reliably, so it's astounding to think about companies' intentionally crippling a technology. Lamborghini would never cap the speed of its cars at 55 mph, but cell phone carriers will disable portions of the wireless Bluetooth technology in some phones. They don't want people to move music files to phones for free when they could be forced to download them from company stores or via the carrier's ... [full story]
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Mar 09,2007
Manny Rappaport's freedom and mobility decreased drastically when doctors said he needed to be constantly tethered to an oxygen machine because of lung disease. Something as simple as a quick trip to the grocery store became an angst-producing exercise for the retired San Diegan: Would the two-hour supply of oxygen in his portable tank outlast his errand? What if an unexpected traffic jam prolonged his trip? "Driving up to Las Vegas or Santa Rosa meant ... [full story]
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Mar 09,2007
Researchers introduce new technologies to explore distant galaxies, bring friends and co-workers closer, and teach kids the magic of programming. Whether it's helping people discover distant planets online, share their favorite digital photos with relatives, or show young kids how fun it can be to program computers, Microsoft Research speeds the way to a richer computing experience. Today the doors opened to Microsoft Research TechFest 2007, the company's annual showcase of research projects, unveiling more ... [full story]
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Mar 02,2007
At last year's World Cup soccer matches in Germany, spectators entered by waving an electronic card near a reader. Once inside, they could get directions to their seats by holding the card near another reader. While the high-tech tickets were part of a demonstration of a technology called Near Field Communications, or NFC, the little wireless chips that made it all work were familiar to many of the fans. WIRELESS WALLET - NFC, also known ... [full story]
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Mar 01,2007
Publication Gives D-Link Draft 802.11n Gigabit Router Highest 5-Star Rating D-Link, the end-to-end networking solutions provider for consumer and business, announced Wednesday its newest wireless home networking router, the Xtreme N Gigabit Router (DIR-655), has been awarded the prestigious "Editors' Choice" award in the latest issue of the popular computer publication, Laptop Magazine. In rating today's routers, the March issue product review states that D-Link's latest router "just keeps upping the 802.11n ante" and that ... [full story]
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Feb 28,2007
Secure Computing Corporation, a leading enterprise gateway security company, today warned that blogs, bulletin boards and webmail are now being spammed with messages to visit a website to view "fun" videos. Secure Computing has discovered a website containing a variant of the Storm worm. The worm installs a component on a user's machine that analyzes all network traffic via a layered service provider (LSP) integration and dynamically modifies blog comments, discussion posts and webmail-based emails ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
A provision in the 2005 Energy Policy Act extending Daylight Saving Time (DST) beginning in March and affecting date and time stamps in network systems has Bellevue-based Network Computing Architects engineers and staff hopping. “Starting March 11, scheduling or synchronization problems may occur where systems use date or time stamps relating to transactions in other countries,” said Thomas Gobeille, Network Computing Architects (NCA) president and CEO. “It could lead to all kinds of problems. Applications ... [full story]
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