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CES plugs into CableCard
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The Consumer Electronics Show could see the beginnings of a resurgence of CableCard, the PCMCIA Type II card that authorizes and decrypts a cable TV signal for a TV or TV peripheral. Many PCs, set-top boxes and some TVs may get their first CableCard slots this year.

CES plugs into CableCard
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1/1/2007   Post a comment
The Consumer Electronics Show could see the beginnings of a resurgence of CableCard, the PCMCIA Type II card that authorizes and decrypts a cable TV signal for a TV or TV peripheral. Many PCs, set-top boxes and some TVs may get their first CableCard slots this year.

Pair of DSPs tune in to high-definition audio
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Promising performance, cost and board space advantages, Freescale Semiconductor Inc. this week will launch a pair of dual-core 90-nanometer digital signal processors that support multiple high-definition audio standards, including DTS-HD, Dolby Digital+ and Dolby TrueHD. The Symphony DSP56720 and DSP56721 represent the first offerings in a new Freescale family of 24-bit audio processors targeting consumer home entertainment, automotive and professional-audio applications.

Contact Center 2007: Exciting, Electrifying, Innovative, Thrilling, Exhilarating ... Not.
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Will this new year bring revolutionary changes in the industry? The outlook is trending against that scenario.
The Top Censored Call Center News Stories of 2006
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You can't keep a good reporter down. Try as we might to hide the truth from our readers, our chief investigative correspondent ferrets it out.
Motivating Agents: Respect and Rewards Make a Big Difference
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18 tips for getting the best performance through higher morale.
Dialing: It's Not Just For Sales Anymore
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Outbound is going through some big changes: telemarketing is leaner and smarter, outbound messaging is being used in innovative ways and more companies are realizing the potential of relationship dialing.
Are Exit Interviews a Way Out of Turnover Hell?
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Exit interviews are a way to identify consistent trends, patterns and themes and to reduce future turnover on a large scale.
What is the Shape of Things to Come?
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It's easy to go out on a limb and predict the future. It's harder to be right.
How Performance Management Bolsters Benchmarking
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We reveal how call centers can link internal evaluations of agents' performance with customers' expectations.
New Year's Resolutions for Evolving Technologies
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To develop more advanced applications in one type of technology, it's helpful to borrow concepts from other types of technologies.
Why the Masses Are Wrong About IVR
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Encouraging people to bail on an IVR system teaches them to do something that's not in their long term interest because it raises the overall cost of providing good service.
AMD sticks with SOI at 65-nm node
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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. debuted its 65-nanometer process technology on Dec. 5 in the Athlon 64 X2, a dual-core desktop processor with nine levels of copper metallization, an aluminum under-bump metal, low-k intermetal dielectrics, a silicon-on-insulator substrate and novel mobility enhancements.

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