Archive for July, 2010

Mobile Linux software pioneer goes all out for Android – News – Linux for Devices

July 30, 2010

Japanese mobile Linux software firm Access announced a major push toward Android, joining the Open Handset Alliance (OHA), and releasing a free “Graffiti” handwriting recognition app for Android, among other developments. Meanwhile, Access’ IP Infusion subsidiary has added MPLS-Transport Profile support to its ZebOS Network Platform software, says the company.

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I Interviewed and the Recruiter Won’t Get Back to Me | Talent Junction – An HR Blog

July 23, 2010

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Does the Reputation of CCIE Drive the Popularity of All Cisco Certs? | NetworkWorld.com Community

July 23, 2010

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Does the Reputation of CCIE Drive the Popularity of All Cisco Certs? | NetworkWorld.com Community

July 23, 2010

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Kernel prepatch 2.6.35-rc6 [LWN.net]

July 22, 2010

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Samsung spins 512GB solid state disk – News – Linux for Devices

July 18, 2010

Samsung spins 512GB solid state disk – News – Linux for Devices.

Samsung announced what appears to be its first 512GB SSD (solid state disk), utilizing “high-performance toggle-mode” DDR NAND flash. The device provides three times the performance of a typical hard disk drive, and extends battery life even further than previous SSDs, the company claims.

By The Bell: Cisco UCS vs. HP BladeSystem Matrix: an Update

July 17, 2010

By The Bell: Cisco UCS vs. HP BladeSystem Matrix: an Update.

July 17, 2010

Ethernet data center standards just the start

July 17, 2010

Ethernet data center standards just the start.

Linux to dominate non-smartphone mobile sales, says study – News – Linux for Devices

July 15, 2010

ABI Research projects that by 2015, Linux-based operating systems, led by Android and Chrome OS, will represent 62 percent of the OSes shipping in all mobile devices aside from smartphones. The study also suggests that Linux offers a unifying advantage for mobile platforms, with a large number of upstream components that can be shared in addition to the Linux kernel.

Linux to dominate non-smartphone mobile sales, says study – News – Linux for Devices.