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Shift Happens -- Part 2
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7/15/2005   Post a comment
Don responds to the queries he received from his previous Shift Happens blog where he suggested that the availability of digital control would catalyze innovation in base switch mode topologies. Is digital sounding the death knell for analog control? Probably not but it is a significant change.
Power to the People
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7/11/2005   Post a comment
Has PoE helped VoIP come of age? Where do you stand on this topic? Some research and product awards indicate that VoIP is ready for prime time but there are more consumer product awards that may surprise you.


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