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FCC approves second UWB chip set
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7/8/2005   Post a comment
Technology developer General Atomics said its spectral keying ultrawideband radio technology has been certified by the Federal Communications Commission.
Indian electronics growth to outpace China's, says In-Stat
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7/7/2005   Post a comment
India's electronics market, valued at $11.50 billion in 2004, will be the fastest-growing electronics market the next few years, according to market research firm In-Stat.
Alcatel investirait 600 millions de dollars en Inde
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7/7/2005   Post a comment
L’équipementier français de télécommunications Alcatel devrait investir 600 millions de dollars en Inde au cours des prochaines années, selon le Ministre indien des Communications et des Technologies de l’Information, Dayanidhi Maran.
ITC terminates investigation of Nortel patent infringement case
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7/7/2005   Post a comment
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has terminated its investigation of alleged infringement of certain Ciena Corp. patents by Toronto-based communications company Nortel Networks Corp.
Les instances européennes rejettent la directive sur les brevets logiciels
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7/7/2005   Post a comment
Le Parlement européen a rejeté à une majorité écrasante la proposition de directive relative à la brevetabilité des logiciels.
Sharp develops 100-Gbyte disk using high-resolution film
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Sharp Corp. of Japan has developed a two-layered optical disk that achieves a 100-Gbyte capacity using super-resolution functional films.
LeCroy's digital scopes get faster, better
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7/6/2005   Post a comment
Oscilloscope maker LeCroy introduces three updated versions of its popular WavePro 7000 Series digital scopes. The latest 7000A instruments combine the analysis capability usually found in specialized high-end scopes with the flexibility and cost-effectivness of general purpose types. The 7000A come in three bandwidth models with top ends of 1-GHz, 2-GHz, and 3-GHz.
Updated: Qualcomm says Broadcom suit has no merit
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7/6/2005   Post a comment
Qualcomm Inc. fired back at Broadcom Corp.'s antitrust suit, stating it has granted over 130 licenses to a broad range of companies and denying its licensing and marketing strategies are discriminatory or monopolistic.
AMD obtient le droit d’examiner des documents tiers dans son conflit contre Intel
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7/6/2005   Post a comment
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. sort gagnant d’une autre escarmouche dans ce qui promet d’être une bataille juridique de longue haleine contre Intel. La société a eu gain de cause dans sa requête de faire signifier aux fabricants d’ordinateurs, détaillants, distributeurs et constructeurs de systèmes, des assignations ordonnant la conservation de documents. Cette démarche s’inscrit dans le cadre de sa plainte selon laquelle Intel aurait contraint ces sociétés à utiliser son processeur x86 plutôt que
Cinq DG européens militent pour les brevets logiciels
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7/5/2005   Post a comment
Les directeurs généraux d’Alcatel, d’Ericsson, de Nokia, de Philips et de Siemens ont rédigé une lettre commune à l’attention des dirigeants politiques européens en protestant contre les amendements proposés à une directive sur la brevetabilité des inventions mises en œuvre par ordinateur.
Broadcom sues Qualcomm again for antitrust violations
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7/5/2005   Post a comment
Communications semiconductor maker Broadcom Corp. has filed an antitrust suit against wireless technology company Qualcomm Inc., further escalating the simmering legal dispute between the two communications giants.
Microsoft dédommage IBM à hauteur de 775 millions de dollars
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7/4/2005   Post a comment
Les sociétés Microsoft Corp. et IBM Corp. ont annoncé un accord de 850 millions de dollars pour mettre fin à leurs anciens litiges antitrust.
Yokogawa introduces Bit-Error-Rate Testers for 10-gigabit networks
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7/4/2005   Post a comment
Yokogawa has introduced two compact, easy-to-use and economical instruments for 10 Gbit/s bit-error-rate testing. The AQ2200-601 is based on the successful AQ2200 modular platform and is suited to both laboratory and manufacturing applications, while the AP9945 is a portable unit which is ideal for field testing.
Rival camps close to deal on high-speed WLANs
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7/1/2005   Post a comment
The WWiSE and TGn Sync camps that have been dueling within the 802.11n high-speed wireless LAN task group have agreed to formulate a joint proposal to end their stalemate.
AMD fait pression sur Intel avec des poursuites en justice au Japon
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7/1/2005   Post a comment
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. continue de faire pression, par voie de justice, sur son rival Intel Corp, et a déposé deux demandes de dommages et intérêts au Japon pour atteinte à la loi japonaise contre les monopoles.
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