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Conexant cable-modem IC allows software upgrades
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Conexant Systems Inc. here today rolled out a single-chip cable modem, which the company said is the first to include a microprocessor and other key functions used in cable-modem systems.
VSI recasts patent policy to lure IP titans
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Standards to let chip designers mix and match silicon intellectual property (IP) will leap closer to reality this week, as the Virtual Socket Interface (VSI) Alliance announces long-sought changes to its patent-protection policy. For the first time, the group is shifting to a policy that will encourage companies with large IP portfolios to actively participate.
MoSys licenses single-transistor SRAM to three suppliers
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MoSys Inc., which has been selling the discrete form of its single-transistor SRAM architecture for several years, has licensed its technology to three disparate chip vendors: Analog Devices Inc. (Norwood, Mass.), Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (Hsinchu, Taiwan) and NEC Corp. (Tokyo).
Clarinet melds IR, Ethernet switching worlds
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The multipoint infrared world as defined by the IEEE 802.11 wireless LAN working group has stayed moribund for the last few years. But a new startup is hoping to revive in-building IR markets by combining elements of the Infrared Data Association's (IrDA) serial data standard with concepts from the Ethernet switching world.
Unork, honk, honk . . .
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Some give and take
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Truths and dares
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Action in the pad ring
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LG, Hyundai miss another merger deadline
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Mediation attempts failed over the weekend to end the deadlock over the price Hyundai Electronics Industries Co. is to pay for its acquisition of LG Semicon.
IBM gives nod to Aspec design services
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IBM's Microelectronics division has authorized Aspec Technology Inc. (Sunnyvale, Calif.) to provide IC design services for IBM's foundry customers.
DRAM margins to rise modestly
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IP Telephony Enters the Realm of Retail
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Will IP telephony win over the masses in 1999 as on-line shopping did at the end of 1998? Here's how long-distance carrier IDT plans to make IP telephony and Web callback mainstream by introducing a Web site where surfers can reach live agents at some of the world's best-known retailers.
Protecting Insurance Call Center Performance
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Insurance call centers have turned to new technologies and the Internet to grow and improve service amidst tight labor supply and higher costs.
The New Mantra in Telemarketing: Customer Retention
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Today's telemarketing software packages provide the scripting and lead management functions you need to help gain control over your campaigns. Many also offer enhanced features or add-on modules to help you do more than just manage outbound calling."
Mapping a Clear Course for Incoming Calls
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It's vital for every inbound call center to establish a reliable call routing pattern. Here's what the traditional ACD system makers are doing to escalate the number of incoming hits to your center and steer them on the right track to more personalized service."
IP Telephony Enters the Realm of Retail
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Will IP telephony win over the masses in 1999 as on-line shopping did at the end of 1998? Here's how long-distance carrier IDT plans to make IP telephony and Web callback mainstream by introducing a Web site where surfers can reach live agents at some of the world's best-known retailers.
Mapping a Clear Course for Incoming Calls
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It's vital for every inbound call center to establish a reliable call routing pattern. Here's what the traditional ACD system makers are doing to escalate the number of incoming hits to your center and steer them on the right track to more personalized service."
Protecting Insurance Call Center Performance
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Insurance call centers have turned to new technologies and the Internet to grow and improve service amidst tight labor supply and higher costs.
The New Mantra in Telemarketing: Customer Retention
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Today's telemarketing software packages provide the scripting and lead management functions you need to help gain control over your campaigns. Many also offer enhanced features or add-on modules to help you do more than just manage outbound calling."
CT Expo '99
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CT Expo March Madness runs wild!
Today's TTS Technology
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A discussion of Text-To-Speech application possibilities and roundup of primary TTS technology providers.
Meet & Greet The New Brooktrout At Booth 2001
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They're not just a fax-card company anymore.
The ABCs of TTS
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A technical primer on Text-To-Speech technology
Testing CT Applications, Part 1
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The ins and outs of testing your newly created CT application
Internet Sharing Devices
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Cheap Connectivity For The Small Office Product Evaluated: Intel Internet Station and Addonics Webshuttle
The Problems With Redialers
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FAQ for fax redialers.
Prepaid Services In Today's Regulatory Environment
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Enhance your service to avoid regulation
NBX's Convergent Solution
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One-Wire Wonder @Work
The ABCs of TTS
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A technical primer on Text-To-Speech technology
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