Technology News Archive - October 03, 2008
Business Communications Solutions (BCS), a leading end-to-end integrator for all telecommunication and networking needs, has made its position stronger in the industry by becoming an authorized Hewlett Packard (HP) Partner.
NTT America, a wholly owned US subsidiary of NTT Communications Corporation, has launched its newest US network point of presence, in Dallas, Texas.
tw telecom, a US-based provider of managed voice, internet and data networking solutions, has deployed 600 megabit ethernet connection to the Louisiana Optical Network Initiative.
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Chinese telecom equipment and network solutions provider ZTE Corporation has launched the U990, a HSDPA TD-SCDMA mobile handset. The U990 is the company's third TD-SCDMA mobile handset model and will soon be available in the market. The two other previous models were the U980 and U981.
Space Exploration Technologies, a space launch vehicle developer and services provider, has standardized on NX and Teamcenter software for product design, simulation and product data management from Siemens PLM Software, a business unit of the Siemens industry automation division.
ngi group (TOKYO:2497) is pleased to announce that its subsidiary 3Di, Inc.
WALTHAM, Mass., Oct. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Lionbridge Technologies, Inc., , today announced it has been selected by Microsoft as its "Vendor of the Year" as part of the 2008 Microsoft Vendor Program (MSVP) Excellence Awards.
Fort Mill Mayor Danny Funderburk should have known better than to disseminate an inane and defamatory e-mail claiming that Barack Obama is the Antichrist. As often happens, e-mails can take a trajectory far different from the one intended by the original sender.
Oregan Networks, an embedded media browser company, has announced a successful industry-first certification and availability of its Digital Media Player (DMP) reference design, as per Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA(R)) Home Networked Interoperability Guidelines, v1.5, supporting High Definition WMV-9 and mobile H.264 video codecs, along with other baseline media format requirements.
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