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posted in October 2009
FPGA processing AdvancedMC module for the IST markets
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10/27/2009   Post a comment
CommAgility targets industrial, scientific and telecoms applications with its AMC-V5Fe, a mid-size advanced mezzanine card that includes a high-speed PCI Express interface and a Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGA.
PowerPC 440 demo on Xilinx Virtex 5 FPGAs runs gigabit Ethernet link
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10/27/2009   Post a comment
Designer of IPv4 and IPv6 solutions and related real-time embedded internet protocols, Treck, Inc. released a TCP/IP demo based on the Xilinx ML507 evaluation board.
Opinion: M'soft must do better with Windows 8
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10/23/2009   17 comments
I think Microsoft owes it to the PC industry from which it—along with Intel--sucks the lion's share of profits to do better than it has with Windows 7, so let's start our wish list for Windows 8.
U.S.: China boosting cyber war efforts
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10/22/2009   Post a comment
China's military modernization efforts initially aimed at fielding "networked forces" that can operate throughout Asia are also spurring development of a new cyber warfare capability, according to a government report.
Plug-and-play forum launches smart grid group
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10/19/2009   Post a comment
The Universal Plug and Play Forum has set up a smart grid task force aiming to set standards for how home networked devices monitor and manage electricity consumption and promote UPnP technology as a part of emerging smart grid standards worldwide.
Dell sees gradual move to new mobile platforms
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10/14/2009   Post a comment
Dell Inc. will move gradually into new kinds of mobile platforms, said founder and chairman Michael Dell, who also expressed cautious optimism computer demand is picking up.
Improvement of libpcap for lossless packet capturing in Linux using PF_RING kernel patch
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10/5/2009   3 comments
How a developer can improve lossless network capturing with libpcap using the PF_RING kernel patch for use in network analyzers and intrusion detection systems.
Fastboot technology for ultra small Intel Atom processor designs
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10/5/2009   3 comments
With automotive head units increasingly being implemented as an integrated computing device, boot times are becoming a critical factor. While x86-based computers are known for their long start-up times, there are techniques to drastically speed up this process.


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