Networking/Protocol, Management/High Availability (HA) Middleware, Operating Systems, Development and Modeling, Application
Industrial Ethernet for the real world takes shape: The convergence of embedded devices, TCP/IP, and factory automation
Accelerating progress in Internet, office, and LAN technology is shaping the very world we live in. The widespread availability of high performance networking components, combined with the drive to integrate automation with ERP, MRP, and MIS systems m...
Product Focus: Voice Over Packet
There are two articles which are: New protocol, hardware, and software standards speed deployment of Voice-Over-IP networks by Peter Palm The next-generation network: Defining new services using Voice Over Packet technology by Tony Roug, Intel ...
Solutions to monitor the lP network core on the near horizon
IP carriers are investing in network architecture in an attempt to meet not only today’s insatiable appetite for bandwidth, but also to secure a bigger portion of future market share. Amidst this mad dash to the distant finish line, however, car...
Providing high-quality voice synthesis in a small footprint
This article surveys the various types of speech response systems offered in the market today and then narrows its focus to text-to-speech systems, such as those based on DEC talk technology.
Saving factory floor space with a single-box solution
Products in the automotive industry increasingly include compact and intelligent sensors. High-precision pressure sensors are especially needed in diesel injection technology and in the field of antilock braking systems. A reliable industrial system co...
Partnership programs making multi-vendor solutions a reality
In order to meet service providers’ needs for end-to-end solutions, ipVerse, Inc., a softswitch supplier providing multivendor solutions for service providers, formed the Open Softswitch Alliance (OSA). ipVerse launched the partnership program i...
Market horizon expands for mobile wireless services
Wireless products and services, and wireless location-sensitive services that combine new wireless and Internet protocol (IP) technologies seems poised for rapid expansion into both the consumer and business markets.
New voice portal technology is advancing the evolution in communications
Unlike earlier touch-tone-based Interactive Voice Response (IVR) technology, voice portals utilize the latest speech processing technologies, both automatic speech recognition (ASR) and text-to-speech (TTS), to provide a more natural user interface. ...
Massive Encoding Engines: A method for efficiently handling digital audio and voice transmission
The Next Generation Network is an intelligent packet-based telecom network that provides a wide range of services, from narrow band voice telephony to advanced broadband multimedia support.
High Availability design for embedded systems
This article examines the market dynamics that drive the requirements of an “HA-enabled” embedded operation system; shows how these requirements are met by WindRiver’s newest operation system, code named Cirrus; and explains the benef...
Demystifying IEEE 1394: an ìinside-outî look at 1394 software layers and the software interaction between them
This article attempts to demystify the de facto standard for high-speed communications between electronic devices by taking an in-depth look at the basic communications layers of the IEEE-1394 standard- the Physical Layer, Link Layer, Transaction Layer...
VolP Solutions getting ahead of the game
VolP gateways provide predictable, real-time, toll-quality voice and fax communication using existing lP data networks or the Internet. This article will overview how, in the present applications, VolP gateways bring affordable business communication ...