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Intel buys Axxia and to help it capture a slice of the $16bn market for wireless access 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.
Broadcom and ARM are collaborating on a processor architecture optimized for Network Function Virtualization practices.
Networks of tomorrow need innovation in chips, network topology, security and more - here's what's on the way.
Broadcom's new chip promises to drive 10 Gigabit Ethernet into 4G LTE networks.
In preparation for taking on Intel in servers and storage ARM has developed a new networking technology for its chips that lets them reach higher core counts than before while being able to effectively pass information across the chip.
The low-power Tile-Gx9 processors are designed to go into high-throughput networks equipment to help with security.
Broadcom has made many of its best buys in Israeli start-ups, says the head of the company's operations in the country
The company has shown off its Photonic Service Engine, a chip for fibre-optic networks that doubles capacity and looks ahead to networks running at 400Gbps
The company says its FP3 networking processor supports 400Gbps transmission speeds, a significant increase on the current benchmark of 100Gbps
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.
The low-cost ServerSwitch hardware marries modifiable server and control software with a programmable Asic, which Microsoft says can be used to test datacentre networks
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.
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...
Outside companies can now use QuickData, which previously only worked with servers using Intel's own network chips and cards.
Giant plans $12.5 million acquisition of company that develops memory chips for network systems.
New chips take the spotlight at next week's Intel Developer Forum, along with technology to boost network traffic.
Wireless networks running the open-source MeshAP will be able to handle encrypted traffic at unprecedented speeds
The company says the chip combines functions that allow carriers to deliver IP-based services more cost-effectively.
The maker of communications chips announces its proposed acquisition of Cicada following more than a year of collaboration between the two companies on network switches.
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