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Articles by John Walko
posted in June 2005
AMD has filed an antitrust suit against Intel alleging that its archrival has been operating an unlawful monopoly in the x86 microprocessor market and that it has been coercing computer makers and others in their dealings with AMD.
Nortel has completed trials that it says prove the viability of seamless and secure roaming and hand-off between 3G cellular and Wi-Fi networks.
Two consortia bidding to build Europe's $4 billion Galileo satellite navigation system have joined forces on the project after the selection organization failed to choose between them.
Samsung Electronics has turned up the heat in its legal battle with Rambus by asking a court to strip the memory technology developer of four disputed patents.
DSL gained 10 million subscribers during the first quarter of 2005 to reach a total of 107 million users worldwide, cementing its position as top broadband technology, a new study said.
Just as it was starting to recover from a year of financial turmoil, Nortel Networks has lost both its president and its chief technology officer.
The successor organization to the Infranet Initiative Council wants to develop an IP infrastructure, based on existing standards, that can support a broad set of services as well as provide quality-of-service and security for all applications.
Nokia and Intel have joined forces to accelerate the development, adoption and deployment of the mobile version of WiMAX, which is likely to be standardized in the latter part of next year as IEEE 802.16e.
Alcatel and Nokia are going to use the new Unlicensed Mobile Access spec to enable the delivery of phone calls to converged handsets supporting both cellular and Wi-Fi networks.