The upcoming 802.11v standard will lower power consumption in wireless LANs, according to Matthew Gast, principal engineer at Trapeze Networks.
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Hewlett-Packard is getting ready to launch the ExDS storage system, which will use up to 820 1T-byte drives for file-based storage, packaged in two 42U cabinets.
Sun has released a new version of xVM VirtualBox, its platform for desktop virtualisation, and is also starting to offer enterprise support for the platform, the company says.
The Nokia N96 smartphone has started shipping, the Finnish phone giant says.
One trend more obvious than any other at the recent IFA electronics show, in Berlin, Germany, is how glossy black has taken over the consumer electronics market as the colour and finish of choice.
Nokia has expanded its N series of smart phones with two new models: the N85 and the N79. The company will also start selling an Americanized version of the upcoming N96, it announced on Tuesday.
In the aftermath of a second quarter that saw sales fall compared to last year, Sony Ericsson on Tuesday announced three new Walkman phones.
Yahoo has reached an agreement to end a proxy fight with investor Carl Icahn, who will take a seat on the company's board after the annual stockholders' meeting, Yahoo said Monday.
Nokia has reported a net income of €1.1 billion (US$1.75 billion) for the second quarter, missing analysts' expectations of €1.26 billion, and down 61 percent compared to a year ago.
Citrix Systems has announced Project Kensho, a set of tools that will allow virtual environments to be more independent of hypervisors.
Products that support the 802.11n wireless networking standard are starting to take off, with vendors reporting acceleration in shipments, according to Infonetics.
Nokia on Tuesday announced it plans to acquire all of Symbian, which develops an operating system for mobile phones. The Finnish phone giant currently owns about 48 percent and will pay €264 million (US$410 million) for the rest.
Sony Ericsson has launched five new phones, including a Cyber-shot model with an 8.1-megapixel camera, a phone for gamers, and two phones for developing markets that the company said will be its cheapest yet.
Nokia has expanded its family of enterprise phones with the introduction of the E71 and E66, which come at a time when Apple, Research in Motion and Microsoft are trying their best to attract enterprise customers.
Going forward, Nortel Networks will focus on LTE, with WiMax products dropped in favor of working with Israeli vendor Alvarion, the company announced.