Technology News Archive - July 07, 2008
Microsoft and Internet Gold have reached an agreement under which Microsoft will independently operate MSN Israel portal, effective October 2008. Established in 2000, MSN Israel is 50.1% owned by the Internet Gold Group and 49.9% owned by Microsoft.
Renesas Technology America, Inc. today introduced two series of high-performance SuperH(R) 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) with 1Mbyte of on-chip SRAM.
NEC Electronics America, Inc. today introduced to the Americas twenty-two new 16-bit All Flash(TM) microcontrollers (MCUs) for compact, low-power, battery-operated and sensor-enabled systems.
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. (NYSE:CY), today introduced PSoC Designer(TM) 5.0, the industry's first and only integrated design environment that includes both code-free and high-level language programming modes in one package.
ePlus Inc. (PINKSHEETS: PLUS) today announced it has created a National Practice for Microsoft technologies that will consolidate ePlus' multiple Microsoft practices into a single business unit focused on providing integrated delivery solutions for customers.
Customer Effective, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and implementer of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, announced today that Joel Lindstrom was named Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for his outstanding contributions to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM community.
TerraGo(R) Technologies, the visionary provider of tools, technology and know-how for building collaborative geospatial applications (GeoApps), announced today that it has signed an Alliance Agreement with Adobe Systems Incorporated.
SaiNet Corp., a leading Internet service provider, web hosting and software development company in Japan, has chosen GlobalLogic, Inc. (www.globallogic.com), the leader in global product development, as its software development partner.
Underscoring its commitment to the mobile electronics market, QuickLogic(R) Corporation (NASDAQ:QUIK), today announced the availability of a versatile upgrade path for smartphone developers.
HOUSTON, TX, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- MICROSOFT WPC, Booth #344 - N-able Technologies(R), the preferred supplier of remote monitoring and management software and specialized business support services for managed service providers (MSPs), today announced its N-central(R) technology will be able to be used by Microsoft partners using System Center Operations Manager to gain remote console access over the Internet from a single web-based N-central console.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.