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Sis provides superior computer core-logic chipsets , 3D graphics processors, SoC chips, networking chips, and other PC-related controllers,...

January 28, 2002 By Silicon Integrated Systems

IBM licenses ARM for networking chips

ARM Holdings has indicated that enterprise networking is a growth market for the company. A licensing deal with IBM and another with Broadcom proves the point.

October 24, 2013

Alcatel-Lucent unveils 400G network chip

Alcatel-Lucent overnight unveiled a network chip that gives the company a leg up on its networking technologies. The company announced its FP3 processor, which supports 400 gigabits per second (Gbps) transmission speeds.

June 28, 2011 by

Lexmark releases new laser printers with built-in Draft N Wi-Fi

The days when printers with network connectivity were intended just for the corporate world are quickly coming to a close as more and more manufacturers not only add an Ethernet port to their offerings, but are placing Wi-Fi chips in units as well. Among the rash of new laser printers it's announced this week, Lexmark is introducing the first that support the Draft N spec.

October 23, 2008 by

Accessing Internet at 640 Gb/s?

University of Sydney physicists have developed an optical chip that could potentially improve 'Internet speeds to up to 100 times faster than current Australia's networks.' According to the Sydney Morning Herald, these chalcogenide glass photonic chips will be very cheap to produce as they're based on plain glass. As said the lead researcher, 'we are talking about networks that are potentially up to 100 times faster without costing the consumer any more.' He adds that these chips could be scaled to operate at data rates approaching 640 Gb/s -- the equivalent to transmitting approximately 17 complete DVDs per second! These chips could be commercially available in 5 years with the possible first network deployments in Japan. But read more...

July 12, 2008 by

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