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RTewell
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re: Gallery: Fujitsu from supers to teddy bears
RTewell   1/30/2012 4:38:46 PM
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Oh yes we do: http://www.fujitsu.com/global/news/pr/archives/month/2011/20111114-02.html

GREAT-Terry
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re: Gallery: Fujitsu from supers to teddy bears
GREAT-Terry   1/30/2012 5:31:25 AM
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Good show from Fujitsu. With more advance palm recognition technology, higher security can be ensured in important spots. I also like the supercomputer but there is no comparison figures so we hardly know how this rank among the top performers!

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re: Gallery: Fujitsu from supers to teddy bears
rick merritt   1/28/2012 1:56:39 PM
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Maybe still tech seeking a market

rick merritt
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re: Gallery: Fujitsu from supers to teddy bears
rick merritt   1/28/2012 1:56:19 PM
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It's a front end for things like 40 and 100 Gbit/s OTNs today.

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re: Gallery: Fujitsu from supers to teddy bears
agk   1/28/2012 8:45:24 AM
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this kind of cameras are available before also.People do not find good applications for it.

agk
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re: Gallery: Fujitsu from supers to teddy bears
agk   1/28/2012 8:41:59 AM
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58 G/s per second what kind of analog signals require this much fast ADC's? even the HD video does not need this. What is the purpose?

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re: Gallery: Fujitsu from supers to teddy bears
t.alex   1/27/2012 11:55:57 PM
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Would it cost much more for consumers to buy waterproof smartphone?

pixies
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pixies   1/27/2012 8:46:54 PM
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A water proof smartphone is a good product. So you can use your iPhone and iPad in shower, on the beach, and in the pool. There was a company selling a liquid solution that can render any smartphone water proof. http://www.itproportal.com/2012/01/09/waterproof-iphone-liquipel-nano-coating/

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re: Gallery: Fujitsu from supers to teddy bears
Kinnar   1/27/2012 7:55:11 AM
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Really a nice performance shown by Fujitsu for the NextGen Technologies, the A/D converters working at this rate will be directly finding its place in the future Network Interfaces.



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