Week 1 February - 7 February 2004

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Report reveals top spot in traffic management

Market researcher In-Stat/MDR of Scottsdale, Arizona has ranked Agere number one worldwide in the sale of merchant traffic management (MTM) chips.

News from Agere Systems, 6 February 2004

Compression board unburdens web server CPUs

The AHA361-PCIX is a PCI-X plug-in card that adds GZIP compression to Internet data streams and supports GZIP/Deflate compression for web host applications at up to 1.2Gbit/s.

News from Comtech AHA Corp, 6 February 2004

Financial performance reflects industry upturn

Aculab has recently celebrated its 25th birthday.

News from Aculab, 6 February 2004

Improving reliability with standby power supplies

The Leonardo Power Quality Initiative has published its latest power quality application note covering standby power systems.

News from Copper Development Association, 6 February 2004

Real-time Linux runs on 64bit processor

Concurrent Computer Corp Integrated Solutions Division has developed a version of its RedHawk Linux real-time operating system specifically for the AMD Opteron 64bit processor.

News from Concurrent Computer Corp, 6 February 2004

Braunstein brings experience to bear

Continuum Photonics has appointed Barry Braunstein as its Vice President of Sales.

News from Continuum Photonics, 6 February 2004

Backlight shines from membrane keyboards

A novel cost-effective low-voltage backlighting solution can be used with all types of membrane switches and keyboards in a wide range of applications.

News from Danielson, 6 February 2004

Customisable rotary switch to agricultural panel

Article typeUser Application Article

Tastitalia has designed an integrated control panel using Thincoder rotary switch technology for use in the agriculture industry.

News from Duraswitch, 6 February 2004

General Dynamics comes onboard

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems has joined the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium as a member of its Board of Directors.

News from EEMBC, 6 February 2004

Compact board exploits socket 478 CPUs

Aaeon's PCM-8500 series is the latest hot product for the socket 478 Pentium 4 CPU.

News from Impulse Corporation, 6 February 2004

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