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DRS wins $21.3 million to build Army computer systems
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2/28/2005   Post a comment
DRS Technologies Inc. has received a $21.3 million delivery order to provide Applique Computer Systems for the U.S. Army's Force XXI Battle Command, Brigade and Below (FBCB2) program.
32-bit ARM9 based SoCs now available with OSE 5.0 operating system
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2/26/2005   Post a comment
Enea Embedded Technology is porting Version 5.0 of the OSE Real-Time Operating System to the LH7A400 ARM-based BlueStreak SoC to improve the performance of mobile terminal devices
IBM ups open-source efforts
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2/25/2005   Post a comment
IBM Software is turning up the noise on its open-source contributions.
Le secteur fragmenté chinois du logiciel n’est pas comparable à celui de l’Inde
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2/21/2005   Post a comment
Selon un nouveau rapport, malgré son émergence en tant que vivier de technologies, le secteur logiciel chinois a des années de retard par rapport à son rival asiatique, l'Inde.
Fragmented China software sector no match for India, report finds
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2/18/2005   Post a comment
Despite its emergence as a technology powerhouse, China's software industry remains years behind Asian rival India, according to a new report.
India, Pakistan may extend new friendship into software
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2/16/2005   Post a comment
India and Pakistan-- rival nations that have fought many wars and were constantly indulging in saber rattling for half a century-- may find software development a common thread in their recent friendly moves toward each other.
Virtualisierung für Embedded-Anwendungen
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2/14/2005   Post a comment
Ein neuer Mikrokernel erlaubt es, mehrere unterschiedliche Betriebssysteme gleichzeitig und völlig getrennt auf einer Hardwareplattform zu betreiben. Der Hersteller will damit sicherheitskritische Anwendungen im Automotive- und Luftfahrtbereich sowie in der Automation aufpeppen.
Judge rejects IBM petition to dismiss parts of SCO suit
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2/11/2005   Post a comment
IBM Corp. failed to convince a federal judge to dismiss a major portion of a lawsuit filed by SCO Group accusing IBM of infringing its claimed Unix copyrights.
Microsoft's security chief claims Windows safer than Linux
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2/11/2005   Post a comment
Microsoft Corp.'s top security honcho insisted Thursday that Microsoft "is making progress on security using any reasonable metric."
European software-patents initiative flipped upside down
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2/3/2005   Post a comment
The EU Parliament in Brussels has delivered a stinging rebuke to Microsoft's European software-patent policy.
Conduction-cooled VME board packs dual PMC sites and VITA 31.1
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2/3/2005   Post a comment
Board-level systems maker Concurrent Technologies is debuting a ruggedized conduction-cooled VMEbus single-board computer supporting dual PMC sites and supporting VITA 31.1. Running an Intel Pentium M clocking at 1.2-GHz, the board is ruggedized for MIL/aero apps.


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