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The July 26, 2006 Issue Provided by System Dynamics Inc.
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Targeting The Mobile Internet: WCA 2006
WCA exhibit floor Visits with vendors exhibiting at WCA is a good way to catch up on what's new with the industry.
Scott Richardson of Intel Scott Richardson presented an update of Intel's plans for WiMAX
Mel Levine of BellSouth Mel Levine, BellSouth Director of Product Development, talked about their current broadband wireless service using technology from Navini.
WiMAX, HPSA and EVDO comparison Siavash Alamouti, CTO Service Provider Business Group at Intel, presented the results of comparative performance data based on simulations using a common set of parameters
WiBro represented in Chinese characters Dr. Kim of KT explained that the Chinese characters for WiBro represent "lying in bed, on the move, floating and on the road"--all the places WiBro could be used
KT's network deployment plan KT presented its staged plans for deployment of WiBro and its integration with their current network
WiMAX spectrum WiMAX will need to operate in many different spectrum bands
Bernard Aboussouan with SEQUANS WiBro card Bernard Aboussouan of SEQUANS showed us their WiBro card
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Intel, Microsoft and the "Networked Video PC"
Windows Vista logo Windows Vista logo (courtesy Microsoft website)
Intel Viiv logo Intel Viiv logo (courtesy Intel website)
Integra Media Center PC Integra NVS-7.7 Integrated Media Center PC is designed as a consumer electronics component (front and rear views-courtesy Integra website)
BenQ DMP300 BenQ DMP300 Digital Media Player (courtesy BenQ website)
Buffalo P4LWAG Media Player The Buffalo LinkTheater Wireless-A&G Media Player (PC-P4LWAG) operates in both the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands. (courtesy Buffalo website)

Entertainment Video On the Networked PC
Hauppauge WinTV kit Hauppauge WinTV kit for Media Center PCs (coutesy Hauppauge website)

Wireless USB
Cellink W-USB PC dongle and hub Cellink Certified Wireless USB PC dongle and hub based on Staccato Communications Ripcord chip; shipments of this early UWB product will begin in late 2006. (courtesy Cellink/Staccato)

More Ways To Confuse The Consumer
Netgear HDXB101 200 Mbps based on DS2 Netgear HDXB101 200 Mbps Powerline HD Ethernet Adapter Kit is based on DS2 technology
Netgear XE104 85 Mbps based on HomePlug turbo Netgear XE104 85 Mbps Wall-Plugged Ethernet Switch is based on Intellon HomePlug turbo (courtesy Netgear website)