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10 Apr 2006
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Netra CT900 ATCA Blade Server [16214]
Helping Solve Key Computing Issues Faced by the Telco Industry

NetraTM CT900 ATCA Blade Server is the industry's fastest, densest, most reliable ATCA server. It is built on the ATCA standards and allows for mixing and matching up to 12 UltraSPARCR and AMD Opteron processor-based blades, running the SolarisTM Operating System (Solaris OS) or carrier-grade Linux, in the same enclosure.
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30 Jan 2006
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Asia/Pacific Telecom Industry Faces Disruptive Challenges in 2006 [15782]
IDC Predicts Ten Major Trends for the Coming Year

IDC has issued its predictions for the top ten trends in the Asia/Pacific telecommunications market. Sandra Ng, VP for Asia/Pacific Communications, Peripherals and Services Research characterized the coming year as one in which, "Shifting business models and strategies are the key themes...."
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30 Jan 2006
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Worldwide VoIP Semiconductor Market Expects Major Growth [15789]
IDC Projects US$2.4 Billion Market by 2009

The expected growth of VoIP is predicted by IDC to cause a correspondingly high growth rate in the semiconductor industry. The figures forecast a semiconductor market growing to over US$2.4 billion in 2009, reflecting a compound annual growth rate of 38.9 percent for the period 2004-2009. There are some cautions, however.
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30 Jan 2006
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IEEE Agrees on Proposed Next High-speed Wi-Fi Standard [15810]
801.11n to Create Possibilities for VoIP, Streaming Video, Higher Throughput

The preliminary arguments have finally concluded over the WiFi standard now called 802.11n, reports Kevin McLaughlin for CRN. An IEEE task group put an end to the dispute by agreeing on a proposal for the new standard at a recent meeting in Hawaii.
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30 Jan 2006
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More Than 100,000 Wi-Fi HotSpots Now in Operation Worldwide [15815]
JiWire Survey Finds U.S. in the Lead; Top Individual City: Seoul, Korea

Wi-Fi spots worldwide now exceed 100,000 reports Matt Hamblen, writing for ComputerWorld. The U.S. is in the lead with over 37.000 hot spots, although Seoul, South Korea is the city with the most hot spots. A survey found some 8,000 hot spots were available free, while the remaining 92,000 plus charge a fee.
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30 Jan 2006
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Sun Sees Rosy Prospects in Indian Telecom, Banking Markets [15821]
Demand for Services Holds Promise for High-end Server Line

The Indian telecom and banking markets interest Sun Microsystems, according to K.P. Unnikrishnan, director of marketing for the company in India. A recent story in the Economic Times noted that Sun's share of the core banking solutions market was 67 percent.
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