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ANN ARBOR, Mich. Jan. 31, 2011 Brazil Russia India China
China Robin (Rob) Risser China
The BR-40D exemplifies the company's continued technology leadership in 40 Gb/s and emerging 100 Gb/s high-speed optical receivers. Picometrix offers the industry's most complete line of 100 Gb/s and 40 Gb/s HSOR solutions for both client-side and line-side modulation formats, including NRZ, RZ, DPSK, DQPSK, ODB, DP-QPSK and DP-BPSK.
The new design win is for 40 Gb/s long haul communications in dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) systems that utilizes 40Gb/s DPSK (differential phase-shift keying) modulation. Our receiver utilizes the company's patented photodiode arrays to limit timing skew, which is important for DPSK modulation schemes that are used in dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) systems. DPSK modulation takes advantage of phase modulation to extend transmission distances with high tolerance to crosstalk. This in turn lowers cost for systems implementation and decreases power consumption.
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HOUSTON Jan. 31, 2011 Wednesday, February 9, 2011 Thursday, February 10, 2011 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time
Integrated Electrical Services Fiscal 2011 First Quarter Earnings Call
Thursday, February 10, 2011 at 9:30 a.m. Eastern / 8:30 Central
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SAP StreamWork developers have been gathering feedback from users and have responded with solutions to the most commonly requested productivity enhancements, including:
NEW YORK Jan. 31, 2011
Japan October 1, 2010 December 31, 2010 125.6 billion yen North America Asia April 1, 2010 December 31, 2010 Japan North America Asia Asia Slough, UK
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MODESTO, Calif. Jan. 31, 2011 Mobile Bytes, LLC. www.mobilebytes.com , Phoenix, Arizona Gallo Center for the Arts "eBartender" app for iPhone and Android Smartphones
App Store Gallo Center for the Arts eBartender
Al Poulus Director of Technology and Theater Operations for the Gallo Center for the Arts
Phoenix, AZ Dane Cook
Venues can acquire their own white-label app at no cost and can elect to pass a small per-order surcharge to their customers if desired.
App Store www.mobilebytes.com
SOURCE Mobile Bytes, LLC.
LONDON Jan. 31, 2011
Currently, electric vehicles require lengthy periods of direct charging, while battery limitations inhibit long operating ranges. In contrast, Conductix-Wampfler's innovative inductive power transfer system provides a user-friendly method of charging vehicles at pre-scheduled stops or at given opportunities, increasing their operating ranges while supplying the vehicles' energy storage devices with enough energy in order to get to the next charging station, i.e. in scheduled operation of buses, without using higher dimensioned battery packs.
"Conductive charging requires the driver to physically plug-in the vehicle to an electrical outlet, whereas inductive charging takes place automatically without physical contact," notes Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Sanketh Gudar. "Therefore, inductive charging is highly beneficial because it helps drivers avoid having to connect and disconnect a source of direct charging at each charging station during the route or before and after parking the vehicle."
This type of system offers considerable cost savings through reduced transmission losses and lowered need for repeated charge and discharge cycles of the battery. Reduced dependency on conventional charging points, which require handling of power cords and plugs, maximum protection against vandalism, improved safety and minimised impact of weather are other added advantages.
Inductive power transfer systems equipped with Conductix-Wampfler's technology make rapid charging possible, i.e. at bus stops, and are better than current wired chargers. They are safe and do
SAN FRANCISCO Jan. 31, 2011 Location Labs Europe
Mobile Safety & Security
Location Labs' award-winning personal location security service also saw record paying subscriber growth in 2010. The company announced a paying subscriber growth rate of more than 1000%. User engagement was also extremely high: the company performs nearly 1MM locates per day, for its mobile safety and security customers, sending out thousands of alerts to parents assuring them that a child made it to school on time or arrived home safely before curfew.
The company is poised for continued aggressive growth in 2011, expanding its product leadership with the launch of the industry's first carrier-grade "no texting while driving" solution, which leverages Location Labs' patent-pending low power motion-detection technology for smart phone platforms. The new service garnered national attention with more than 400 media outlets reporting on the news.
Over the past year, Location Labs clearly established itself as the leader in location-based services. The company's geofencing platform boasts the largest mobile developer base in the US outside of Android and Apple; and applications developed on the platform have processed over 400MM location transactions. Additional technology highlights include:
NEW YORK Jan. 31, 2011 IBM City of New York
New York Bridget van Kralingen
The first services to be streamlined under CITIServ will be the help desk, hosting, storage, email, virtualization and network of a number of City departments. The benefits of the new CITIServ technology platform include improved IT services, strengthened physical and cyber-security controls, and a significant reduction in the city government's carbon footprint.
Contact: IBM: Clint Roswell
NEW YORK Jan. 31, 2011 New York Social Media Week 2011 Mobile Meets Social: Seamlessly Converting "Check-ins" to Check-Outs Monday, February 7th
This session will address:
1. What's next? The evolving role of mobile technology in retail
2. How can brands stay in control? Bridging the gap between operations and the consumer experience
3. Is it worth it for retailers? For marketers? For consumers?
NEW YORK Jan. 31, 2011
Janice Jacobs Egypt
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Taiwan Jan. 31, 2011 Bermuda US$74.5 million
US$74.5 million US$22.1 million March 2011 January 31, 2011 US$78.7 million US$100.0 million September 2011
US$16.8 million January 4, 2011 February 26, 2010 US$16.8 million January 10, 2011 February 26, 2010
http://www.chipmos.com Taiwan Japan Taiwan Shanghai
Certain statements contained in this announcement may be viewed as " forward-looking statements " within the meaning of Section 27A of the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the U.S. Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.
NEW YORK Jan. 31, 2011
of State Philo Dibble Brussels Iran Iran
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BEIJING Jan. 31, 2011 Beijing Thailand the United States www.telairity.com Thailand
China Ben Silva
China China China China China
Telairity's technology expertise spreads across the full spectrum of digital video broadcast system design and deployment including DVB-S/S2, DVB-H, DVB-C, DVB-T/T2, DTH, IPTV, mobile broadcasting and enterprise video applications.
China Beijing Shanghai
"With our Thai and Chinese partners," said Silva, "we'll be implementing one of the world's most advanced mobile digital systems in less time and with lower costs than any similar project undertaken globally. We're proud of our role in making this project possible, and see it as another step in our continuing evolution as
NEW YORK SAN MATEO, Calif. Jan. 31, 2011
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By working together, PwC and SuccessFactors bolster already strong reputations for helping clients increase the effectiveness of efforts spent on strategic activities, realizing long-lasting, sustainable value, and measuring the benefits from transformational business change.
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