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Microsoft lifts lid on Longhorn's networking features
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3/22/2005   Post a comment
Microsoft provided some detailed technical insight into the networking features it plans to fold into its next-generation Longhorn operating system, which is scheduled for initial release in 2006.
Enea-Middleware sichert Verfügbarkeit von TK-Anlagen
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3/21/2005   Post a comment
Ein hochverfügbares Anwendungs-Framework für Telekommunikations- und Netzwerk-Anlagen unter den Betriebssystemen OSE und Linux stellt der schwedische Echtzeit-Softwareanbieter Enea Networks vor. Das Framwork soll Anlagenherstellern die Entwicklung ausfallsicherer Infrastruktursysteme erleichtern.
Mini-sized 100-Mbit Ethernet module integrates peripheral-packed microcontroller
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3/16/2005   Post a comment
Swedish board maker Invector Embedded Technologies now has a miniature 10/100-MbBit Ethernet-equipped module that includes an integrated Silicon Labs peripheral-rich 8051-derivative microcontroller. Measuring 1.38-in. x 2.16-in., this module's prcoessor can run through 20-MIPS with ease.
Technology leader branches out with encompassing support for AMD Opteron.
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3/8/2005   Post a comment
Expertise in a Can. High end graphics to communications now a drop into high end embedded designs.
Hardware, APIs, libraries optimize fast data-acq development platform
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3/7/2005   Post a comment
VMEbus board maker and high-speed data-acq supplier Pentek is rolling out a new A/D development platform, as well as supporting APIs and libraries. The hardware in this system has a flat frequency response from 400-kHz all the way out to 700-MHz.
Mini-ITX board conveys clear Pentium migration path
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3/7/2005   Post a comment
General Micro Systems is debuting what it bills as the industry's highest performance Mini-ITX motherboard. GMS's new P620 Hawk is a Pentium M-based board that lets you field-upgrade its CPU. It's also the first to provide PMC I/O expansion. In addition to GMS's release notes, eeProductCenter Senior Tech Editor Alex Mendelsohn takes a closer look.


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