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The January 21, 2003 Issue
Provided by System Dynamics Inc.
Pictures From This Issue
Pictures from CES 2003
Peter Arnold of Pioneer and Brooke Hovey show how Pioneer Network Entertainment, powered by their DigitaLibrary Series works throughout a home.
At National Semiconductor's exhibit we saw many Smart Displays incorporating their chips but having differing form factors.
Joe Montalbo, VP, Custom Solutions Division, National Semiconductor, displayed a chart showing the seven National chips in the SPOT prototype watch Bill Gates was wearing.
Cogency demonstrated using Microsoft's XBox Live service with HomePlug powerline networking. This provides an easy way to connect a game machine in a teen's bedroom to a broadband modem elsewhere in the house.
The Next Gen home was built for CES and the Builders show. It demonstrated built-in connectivity for broadband communications and entertainment. Both visitors and broadcast camera crews were exploring it.
ST&T iPower Point powerline network Ethernet bridge M53
US grocery stores sell large numbers of scented oil dispensers (top) which plug into an outlet and make rooms smell good. The new ST&T U23 USB powerline home networking modules (in lower outlet) are even smaller and less obtrusive and permit plug and play home networking. It sure beats wires!