Dell announced $999 PowerEdge 1600SC, supporting remote administration capabilities, for small enterprises and networks.
PowerEdge 1600SC bases on two up to 2.8 GHz Intel Xeons, has up to 4GB RAM, supports hot plug of up to 6 Ultra320 SCSI drives (up to 438GB total), PCI-X, Gigabit Ethernet
Dell Remote Access Card (DRAC) III/XT along with Intelligent IT software is used for remote administration. The server also has Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Microsoft 2000 Small Business Server, and Red Hat Linux. It also has Novell NetWare certificate.
Nokia Observation Camera is a remotely controlled camera, which images can be requested by SMS and received Ė by MMS. Nokia Observation Camera is intended for 900 and 1800 MHz and supports GPRS. Shipments to Europe, Africa, and Asia are expected in Q2 2003.
Nokia Camera Headset HS-1C combines a digital camera and a Nokia Pop-Port-compatible headset. In other words HS-1C is mainly designed for more comfortable MMS creation and adding voice notes.
Nokia announced 7 new phones, including a mobile game console and a phone with a digital camera.
Nokia N-Gage mobile game console is to have many games written for it and sold on flash cards.
According to Nokia, N-Gage is called to compete with Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft portable consoles. The phone will be presented to the market in February 2003.
Second, the company announced Nokia 6800 with color display, MMS and Java support. Itís interesting that the phone can be unfolded to a mini-keyboard for faster typing. Nokia 6800 is designed for the European, African, and Asian markets and will be presented for sale in Q1 2003.
Besides, Q1 2003 will also bring (along with 5100, 8910i, and 2100) stylish Nokia 7250 with a digital camera and various body colors.
Nokia 6100 with color display should appear for sale already this year. Besides, it supports GPRS and MMS and tri-band GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz operation.
As for Nokia 5100 expected next year, it will support EGSM 900 MHz, GSM 1800/1900 MHz, MMS and Java (unlike 6100).
Nokia 8910i in the light titanium alloy body was the most functional of all models announced, supporting MMS, Java, Bluetooth, HSCSD, GPRS.
Sales volumes grow most in wireless comms, consumer electronics, PCs, car electronics. Wireless communication sector grows most with its considerable demand for flash memory and DSP chips. Shipment volumes of consumer electronics chips, including game consoles, DVD players, digital cameras, provided 21% standard chip sales growth and 15% optoelectronics growth. Quarter sales volumes growth made 4.9% for DRAM, 4.6% for microprocessors and 12% for peripherals.
Regionally, sales volumes grew by 8% in Asian-Pacific, 15% in Japan, 7.9% in Europe, 1.9% in North America.
Source: EB News
57 pages contain variants of heat-sinks and fix methods. The 13th page illustrates how to fix a heat-sink to a mobo using screws.
Page 16 describes a method, similar to Pentium 4 cooler installation. Though here backplate and retention plate are already installed on the motherboard.
The guide contains many details, that ClawHammer owners will be interested in, for example, the reference heat-sink base size (77x68 mm), recommendations for more powerful processor versions, figures of pressed aluminium and copper heat-sinks, etc. Worth reading it is.
Source: Ace´s Hardware
Am1772 features two chips and is intended for 802.11b WLAN solutions. It can be also used in notebooks, PDAs, etc. Made using CMOS technology, the chipset includes AMD Alchemy Solutions Am 1770 radio-frequency transceiver and AMD Alchemy Am1771 MAC/wideband processor.
Am1772 and RDK shipments are scheduled to November, volume production Ė to Q1 2003.
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