Tuesday, August 16, 2005

iTnewswire Late Edition: Combo phones may boost VoIP; Zotob proves patching "window" non-existent.

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Wednesday, 17th August 2005
  • Zotob proves patching "window" non-existent
  • AMD, IBM plan to extend their cooperative research
  • Combo phones may boost VoIP
  • Workshare boosts channel support
  • VMware swears dual-core support

  • AMD, IBM plan to extend their cooperative research
    AMD and IBM are extending their existing cooperative agreement in which AMD has been paying IBM more than US$200 million to the year 2011. More...

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    Combo phones may boost VoIP
    Internet phoning subscribers with combination mobile and Wi-Fi handsets may give VoIP markets a big boost by 2009, according to a study from In-Stat. More...

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    Workshare boosts channel support
    Document integrity applications vendor Workshare has added extra channel support to maintain the 400 percent revenue growth the company reported for its first year in Australia. More...

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    VMware swears dual-core support
    Virtualisation software maker VMware plans to support dual-core processors such as Intel's Xeon MP across its product line. More...

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