From upgrading facilities to buying technology, industrial companies are confidently investing in their businesses to build upon a period of sustained growth, according to the results of ThomasNet’s newest Industry Market Barometer (IMB). Nearly half (45 percent) of the companies responding report growth over the last six months of 2010, and 88 percent of those are confident in their future expansion.
Elliptic Technologies announced that it has expanded its DTCP-IP content protection offering to include support for the widely adopted Android OS used in a myriad of consumer devices, including DLNA enabled smartphones and tablets. Google’s Android mobile OS has become the most popular platform for smartphones.
Cybercom welcomes the open source driven ecosystem for smart devices, Tizen, by Linux Foundation and LiMo Foundation. Cybercom will offer development services related to the Tizen ecosystem. “We were happy to see the announcement about Tizen that the Linux Foundation and LIMO are developing together.
Derdack announced the launch of a Blackberry application (app) which enhances the management of critical IT alerts and supports push notifications. The app complements the functionality of IT management products such as Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), Service Manager (SCSM), HP Operations Center, IBM Tivoli Monitoring, BMC Remedy and others.
To mark this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Techni-Tool announces a number of new additions to its popular Tools for Life products, expanding the arsenal in the battle against breast cancer. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of every special pink item in the line is earmarked for breast cancer research.
In a city becoming known for its entrepreneurial spirit and innovation, New Orleans is now home to a new game-changing company providing wireless low cost broadband services- Wire Fly Communications, L.L.C. Business owners and residents will now benefit from this groundbreaking technology ranging from managed data services offering point-to-point or point-to-multi-point broadband solutions.
Introducing the All-New Kindle Family: Four New Kindles, Four Amazing Price Points Millions of people are already reading on Kindles and Kindle is the bestselling e-reader in the world for four years running. Amazon is excited to introduce an all-new Kindle family: three all-new Kindle e-readers that are smaller, lighter, and more affordable than ever before, and Kindle Fire - a new class of Kindle that brings the same ease-of-use and deep integration of content that helped Kindle re-invent reading - to movies, TV shows, music, magazines, apps, books, games, and more.
Hosted by Janine E. Mooney, Associate Editor In today's video we're with Scott Birnbaum, Vice President of New Business Development at Samsung Semiconductor. He is demonstrating the new SAMSUNG SM’ART Gallery Panels. For more information, visit www.samsung.com . Samsung Electronics Creating Framework for Personalized Art Galleries Samsung Electronics said that it is exploring alternatives by which artists could have their work displayed electronically in homes and executive offices.
The world leaders in broadband technology and services were celebrated tonight as the winners of the Broadband InfoVision Awards 2011 were presented. Huawei were the big winners of the night going home with three awards, while Vietnam Posts & Telecommunications Group secured the Changing Lives Award for its rural broadband project - Broadband Garden.
Mouser Electronics unveiled its exclusive Marquee Sponsorship of this week’s Darnell Group’s Power Forum in San Jose, CA. The three-day international forum brings together an audience of decision makers and technology developers interested in learning about and contributing to practical advancements related to the latest powering solutions.
Cobham Technical Services has announced a new release of the Concerto electromagnetic design software for RF and microwave applications from its Vector Fields Software product line. Concerto provides developers with a very cost-effective means of achieving the best solution in the shortest possible time.
by Lindsay Craig, Educational Outreach Coordinator at SparkFun Electronics The eCSite project is a National Science Foundation GK12 program designed to partner Colorado Computer Science teachers with other K-12 teachers. This allows teachers without a technical proficiency to combine sensors, wireless networks and other embedded systems with their field.
The ripple effects from recent global financial turmoil has confronted network service providers with a host of short term macroeconomic assaults: broadband customers are going out of business, economic and regulatory uncertainty makes strategic planning difficult and increased competition from upstart newcomers targets your bottom line.
Anatech Electronics announced the availability of an application profile that details the vital role filters play in backhaul of wireless systems from cell sites to fiber nodes or carrier’s central location. Providing backhaul for third-and fourth-generation wireless systems has become one of the greatest issues facing wireless carriers as data rates dramatically increase as a result of high-speed wireless access methods such as HSPA+, LTE, and WiMAX.
Throughout the fall, T Ü V Rheinland will offer free Global Market Access seminars in California and Massachusetts where customers can learn about global compliance from experts on the international approval process. In addition, there will be several other specific webinars that are offered in September through December.