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mSPOS is a free application developed for Securenet to process credit card transactions on iphone. All you need is the merchant account...

July 20, 2011 By Symbiosis BMS

Huawei opts for Aussie-made optical kit

Chinese network supplier Huawei and fibre-optics company Finisar have signed a new memorandum of understanding that will see Finisar supply new processors for Huawei — a move which is seeing Finisar employ 95 new workers in New South Wales.

July 11, 2010 by

Dell PowerEdge 2850

It may have been around for a while, but with its dual-core processors the PowerEdge 2850 is still bang up to date and ready for just about anything.

June 15, 2006 by

Cisco's Giancarlo: There's a new computer bus in town

Here at MIT's September 2005 Emerging Technologies Conference, Cisco senior vice president and chief development officer Charles Giancarlo said it's time for a rethink on what a computer is.  Harkening back to a Sun tagline that says "The Network is the Computer," Giancarlo talked about how today's network switches are as fast as the backplanes of the computers that are connected to them, creating new opportunities to disintermediate the computer's bus when connecting processors to storage.

September 29, 2005 by


iSPOS is a free application developed by Securenet to process credit card transactions on iphone. All you need is the merchant account...

February 4, 2011 By SecureNet

Embedded microprocessors to grow 6% in 2005

The worldwide market for embedded controllers/processors (MCUs/MPUs) will grow 6% in 2005 on top of 22% growth in 2004 to $18 bln, according to The Information Network. In 2008, 8-bit MCUs will hold a 39% share of the $18 bln MCU market.

June 6, 2005 by

Emco RunAs Professional

EMCO RunAs Professional empowers network administrators to run different applications with different access levels on different nodes...

November 16, 2007 By EMCO Software

Report: Network-processor market to grow

Boston-based research company The Yankee Group has released a report that says network processors--chips designed to help identify and route data over a computer network--have made significant progress over the last two years. The report, "Network Processors: Fact or Fiction," predicts the market for network processors will increase at a compound annual growth rate of 66 percent over the next five years, rising in value from $200 million in 2000 to $2.

August 6, 2001 by

Novell bets its future on Merced

Novell gave attendees at its annual BrainShare conference a glimpse into the future yesterday when executives outlined plans to build a 64-bit version of NetWare for Intel's forthcoming Merced architecture.Code-named Modesto, Novell's next-generation, 64-bit network operating system will be "built from the ground up" to natively support Intel's IA-64 architecture and ship in concert with the first Merced processors in late 1999, officials said.

March 26, 1998 by

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