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Stereo 3D startup
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9/24/2009   Post a comment
Startup HDI (Los Gatos, Calif.) showed at the Intel Developer Forum a novel stereo 3D technology for LCD TVs based on LCOS displays and laser optical light sources.
Larrabee renders animation
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9/23/2009   Post a comment
Intel Corp. demonstrated an animation rendered with its Larrabee graphics processor at the Intel Developer Forum and said it is planning a developer's event for the graphics processor.
400G Ethernet Proposed
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9/17/2009   Post a comment
Chris Cole of Finisar floated a proposal for 400 Gbit/second Ethernet as the next step for the technology at the recent Ethernet Alliance meeting in Silicon Valley.
Facebook on bandwidth
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9/16/2009   Post a comment
Donn Lee, a network engineer for Facebook, talks about the data center challenges for the burgeoning Web 2.0 site which he says needed 100 Gbit Ethernet switches two years ago.
Brocade on Terabit ASICs
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9/15/2009   Post a comment
Scott Kipp, a standards manager at Brocade, presents on the need to move to 25 Gbit/second channels to enable tomorrow's Terabit ASICs for network switches.
Eye surgery system
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9/14/2009   Post a comment
Brian Becker, a Carnegie Mellon PhD student, describes a video-based control system that automates a form of retinal surgery known as laser coagulation
Earl Bakken 2
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9/4/2009   Post a comment
The founder of Medtronic, Earl Bakken, tells his story of developing the first battery-backed, electronic pacemaker at an IEEE dinner. Part 2 of 2.
Earl Bakken 1
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The founder of Medtronic, Earl Bakken, tells his story of developing the first battery-backed, electronic pacemaker at an IEEE dinner. Part 1 of 2.


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