December 01, 2012
TMCnet Enterprise Solutions Week in Review
By Ashok Bindra
As usual, the enterprise solutions community was busy this past week unveiling new integrated products, contracts and solutions. While BiTMICRO (News - Alert) redefined its solid-state solutions for enterprise storage, Tektronix introduced affordable entry-level oscilloscopes. A Panduit whitepaper examines two main wireless technologies for workplace. And WPCS International was successful in obtaining several new contracts. Plus, JDSU (News - Alert) was recognized for its partnership with Huawei.
TMCnet contributing writer David Gitonga highlighted the use of SSD Talino ASIC architecture in BiTMICRO’s upcoming maxIOline of I/O accelerators and solid-state drives. As per this report, Talino quad-core ASIC controller integrates high-speed embedded processors with a multi-bus architecture for higher performance.
The report indicates that BiTMICRO has connected the Talino controller with several of its new ISIP application specific integrated circuits (ASICs).
To deliver affordable, entry-level oscilloscopes to electrical and electronics engineers, educators and hobbyists worldwide at lower price point, Tektronix (News - Alert) Inc. introduced entry-level TBS1000 series oscilloscopes for a wide variety of projects. According to TMCnet contributor Jayashree Adkoli, the new affordable TBS1000 series allows educators to put an oscilloscope on every desktop, and for companies to outfit their entire engineering and technical support teams with the powerful diagnostic tools they need.
Since there are several options to connect a workplace, TMCnet contributing editor Susan J. Campbell looked at a Panduit white paper that examines pros and cons of In-Building versus Wi-Fi technologies for companies and organizations. Both the options have the end user in mind, but vary drastically on how to create the optimal wireless experience through enterprise solutions, wrote Campbell.
In other news, TMCnet net contributor Carolyn J Dawson reported that WPCS International has obtained new contracts worth nearly $5.6 million. As per this report, WPCS will be carrying out projects for Del Monte, University of California Davis, Sutter Health, Simplex, ATS and Trane. In addition, it has also received contracts from Siemens, Honeywell (News - Alert), Patterson High School and Mission College.
On lighter note, optical products and test and measurement solutions provider JDSU was recognized with the 2012 Excellent Core Partner Award by Chinese telecom solutions provider Huawei (News - Alert), according to TMCnet contributor Rahul Arora. The award was granted at Huawei’s core partner convention held in Shenzhen, China.
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