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Articles tagged with: ethernet

Dell Moving Towards Data Center Networking

Dell is expanding its expertise from Computer Making to Data Servers, Networking and Storage Technology. Dell has recently acquired a networking service provider Force 10 Networks, which would now make Dell a Network Service Provider too.

Force 10 Networks is a leading Private Company which provides Ethernet based network solutions. Force 10 made many Award-Winning Ethernet switching and routing products. Force 10 was acquired by Dell recently, but the financial details of the acquisition are unknown.

MacBook Air Gets Thunderbolt & More!

It looks like those leaked photos we posted yesterday, did offer a shred of evidence about a MacBook Air upgrade.

Not only will the new MacBook Airs carry the latest Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors but both will support the razor fast Thunderbolt technology, capable of data transfers as fast as 10Gbps.

Intels Buys Fulcrum Microsystems To Boost Networking

Intel is acquiring Fulcrum Microsystems (a networking chip company) for an unknown amount of money. The buyout is expected to be the result of Intel’s efforts to boost current network offerings.

Fulcrum was founded in 1999 and they currently design Ethernet switches that are used in data centers. Fulcrum’s 10GB Ethernet and 40GB Ethernet switch products are expected to work well with Intel processors and Ethernet controller offerings.

World’s Smallest 4G LTE Router From Dovado

Dovado has announced the world’s smallest 4G LTE router. It’s called the Dovado Tiny and it’s so small you can fit it in a child’s pocket. The device is compatible with over 140 USB modems and offers data speeds as fast as 65Mbps.

The Dovado router has a USB port, a 100Mbps Ethernet LAN (Local Area Network) port and a WAN (Wireless Area Network) port. The Ethernet port is great when a wireless network isn’t available (such as in some hotel rooms). Just plug the ethernet into your pocket router and enjoy wireless Internet away from that desk tucked away in the corner of your hotel suite.

Comcast CEO Shows Off 1Gbps Internet Speeds

Brian Roberts, the CEO of Comcast, has recently shown off the next-generation cable broadband technology. The new broadband would deliver speeds over 1Gbps to homes. As you can see in the video below, Roberts demonstrates himself downloading 23 episodes of the TV show, 30 Rock in just under two minutes.

Comcast boasted that it is the largest broadband provider in the United States and that the company has big plans for the future. Currently, the technology was only tested on an eleven mile cable network, but it proves the potential of the company as they expand coverage throughout.

Dell Streak Pro 10 Features A Trackpad?

The Dell Streak 10 Pro was covered way back when we first got news of the device. Today, we come supplied with pictures to back the text. For those of you who may have forgotten, the 10″ tablet will feature a 1280 x 800 display, a 5MP rear camera, and run Nvidia’s Tegra 2 processor.

With a front-facing camera embedded, video conferences can be made with ease. There is an SD card slot for all your data storage, and HDMI port, USB, and the device offers full 1080 support. The tablet weighs in at 700 grams and will come with an optional dock with HDMI, USB host, Ethernet port, and other functions for business use.

24″ LED Monitor, Powered 100% By USB

Asus has recently demonstrated a USB-powered monitor, the MS248B, which was meant to replace the current MS248H USB-powered monitor. For a recent monitor, it has a very interesting feature, it only carries a single USB port that is placed to transmit both power and data from the computer to the monitor.

Fortunately, the single USB port utilizes the latest USB 3.0 technology, which allows up to 80% more power to be transferred to the monitor (something I would assume is essential to power a 24″ screen).

Desktop Power In Tablet Form Factor, Meet The S1080

The computer show, Computex, has already demonstrated some awesome new gadgets in the world of tech. Gigabyte is a computer component manufacturer, well known for their motherboards. It looks like the company is taking the tablet road in releasing its new tablet device called the S1080.

The device is powered by Windows 7, runs an Intel Atom N550 1.66GHz dual-core processor and has enough RAM to satisfy your basic computing needs. By ‘enough’, of course we are talking about 2GB of RAM. If you’re one of those types who loves to download, you’ll be happy to know that this baby comes packed with a 320GB hard drive.

The Acer Aspire G3100 Predator, Scared Yet?

Acer has just unveiled its new desktop gaming PC. This powerhouse is called the Aspire G3100 Predator and is fueled by an AMD processor. While most modern computers run on Intel processors, AMD is no lightweight contender, especially when it’s the Phenom II hexa-core (six core) processor, as is in this beautiful machine. The machine comes stock with 4GB of RAM but is upgradeable to 8GB of RAM.

There is also a 1TB hard drive. Users can upgrade to 6TB of hard drives (3 x 2TB HDD), but few people will need that much storage.

Samsung’s Dual-Core Atom W/Chrome OS- LEAKED!

After hearing about Acer’s Chrome netbook in the works, it seems like Samsung will be amongst the first manufacturers to build a Chrome netbook. The details arrived late Wednesday night on a code page for Chromium OS. The netbook is currently codenamed Alex and will carry the same 1280 x 800 screen resolution as the Cr-48, but with more power! The device will feature a dual-core 1.5GHz Atom N550, 2GB of memory and a SanDisk P4 mini-Solid-State Drive.