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Microsoft keynoter to DesignCon attendees: 'Believe!'
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1/25/2012   2 comments
Microsoft’s Ilan Spillinger will kick off day two of DesignCon with a keynote address on Tuesday, January 31 from noon to 12:30.
Day 3 DesignCon keynote: The future is optics
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1/25/2012   Post a comment
DesignCon keynoter Prith Banerjee will draw upon his vast experience as director of HP Labs and SVP of research in a talk that will breathe life to the complex realities of handling information within just the next few years.
AMD’s Joe Macri challenges DesignCon attendees to embrace the future
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1/25/2012   Post a comment
DesignCon 2012 keynoter AMD’s Joe Macri will deliver a challenge to the design community to embrace the enormous opportunities that will soon be handed to them in the form of an advanced architecture.
Low-power, secure 802.11n Wi-Fi module targets M2M app explosion
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1/19/2012   Post a comment
WiSeConnect from Redpine Signals, is a self-contained low-power module supporting Wi-Fi Direct, enterprise security, SEP 2.0, embedded AP and multiple host interfaces to accelerate Wi-Fi deployment for M2M connectivity.
TP5000 NTP delivers 120,000 transactions/sec.
Product News  
1/19/2012   Post a comment
TP5000 is a multi-standard source for sync supporting TDM, T1/E1 environment, PTP, NTP, and SyncE.
The Top Ten CommsDesign Articles of 2011
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1/5/2012   Post a comment
Here are the Top Ten Articles on CommsDesign in 2011
What you read in 2011—The top ten articles on Industrial Control DesignLine
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1/4/2012   Post a comment
Here's what you were reading in 2011. Several of the top ten articles are excerpted from recently published books. The chapters typically chosen for excerpt are those that over an overview or are tutorial in nature.

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