Comments: 0Friday, June 21st 2013 - 08:50 CEST
Apple showed a sneak peek into the future of the pro desktop with a first look at the next generation Mac Pro. Designed around a revolutionary unified thermal core, the Apple Mac Pro introduces a completely new pro desktop architecture and design that is optimized for performance inside and out. With next generation Xeon processors, dual workstation-class GPUs, Thunderbolt 2, PCIe-based flash storage, and ultra-fast ECC memory, the new 9.9-inch tall Mac Pro packs an amazing amount of power into an incredibly small package.
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Comments: 0Sunday, January 3rd 2010 - 18:40 CET
If there is a product that is the most talked about in 2009, than it's definitely the so-called Apple tablet, which according to the rumor machine, should be coming out on a daily basis. The latest information about this officially non-existent product is that a name is known. The tablet will be called Apple iSlate, and could be coming out soon. The fact that the editor-in-chief of the New York Times was already talking about the so-called Slate tablet in a speech to his staff, and with the discovery that Apple has had the name patented, we will probably be seeing the introduction of the Apple iSlate in a not too distant future.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, October 27th 2009 - 19:40 CET
Did New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller speak too soon? With each and every day, the rumors about a new Apple product being launched soon seem to become stronger; the Apple Tablet. Biller Keller briefly mentioned the so-called Apple Slate during a private meeting. The Apple Slate is supposed to be a tablet that enables reading content such as newspapers. Undoubtedly Apple's refined touch technology will be integrated in the Apple Tablet. The goal of the NY times meeting was a presentation about the future of the New York Times as a newspaper in the digital era. And Apple seems to be involved in this.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, February 21st 2007 - 02:35 CET
RadioFrame Networks announced the introduction of the OmniRadio Processor, the first in a family of microchips enabling the mass deployment of low cost picocell and femtocell products. The OmniRadio Technology will make possible mass market opportunities through improved production economies and capabilities for RadioFrame's picocell and femtocell base station products. The introduction of the OmniRadio Processor is timely as it addresses the huge opportunity for Mobile Network Operators to serve homes and small and medium sized businesses (SME) as Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) strategies are implemented. A new study from ABI Research forecasts that by 2011 there will be 102 million users of femtocell products on 32 million access points.
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Comments: 0Friday, February 16th 2007 - 23:22 CET
AdvancedTCA communications servers. Release 3.1 of the Centellis 3000 series offers enhanced performance, flexibility and scalability over previous generation communications servers. These enhancements will help improve network equipment providers’ ability to deploy network infrastructure for applications such as IMS, IPTV and wireless broadband on a standards-based common platform. Motorola, Inc. announced the latest release of its pre-integrated and validated
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Comments: 0Friday, February 16th 2007 - 22:07 CET
Motorola, Inc. announced the Centellis 4000 series, a new generation of AdvancedTCA-based communications servers. With a 10Gbps internal Ethernet switching fabric and high performance payload blades, the Centellis 4000 series is designed to address the high bandwidth and packet processing requirements of data plane elements in applications such as 4G wireless, WiMAX and IPTV networks. First products of the Centellis 4000 series of communications servers will be available by mid 2007.
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