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LSI announces 40 NM read channels 
 
LSI Corporation has announced the TrueStore® RC9500, the industry's first 40-nanometer (nm) read channel. Now sampling to hard disk drive (HDD) manufacturers, the RC9500 is designed to support notebook through enterprise HDD form factors and capacity points. The RC9500’s next-generation low-density parity check (LDPC) iterative decoding technology enables a greater than 10 per cent increase in the data storage capacity of HDDs, reduces read channel power consumption and delivers industry-leading performance with data rates exceeding 4.0Gb/s.

HP’s new application security software 

HP announced new releases of its application security software designed to help companies save costs and protect their IT assets from hacking. 

The releases include HP Assessment Management Platform 8.0 -that mitigates application risk across the enterprise through a distributed, scalable web application security testing platform, Web Inspect 8.0  that helps customers analyse complex web applications, and HP Software-as-a-Service (Seas) Project Services for Application Security Centre.

Xerox unveils new colour printer  

Xerox India, the world’s leading document management technology and services enterprise, announced the launch of Xerox Phaser 6280 colour printer, designed specifically to suit the requirements of small and medium businesses (SMBs). The Xerox Phaser 6280 is built on Xerox technology and offers outstanding colour capabilities at an affordable price. The colour printer is priced at Rs 48,179/- (N), 60,858/- (DN) and is available in two variants- Xerox Phaser 6280 N and Xerox Phaser 6280 DN.
Some of PHASER 6280’s features include automatic two sided printing, 600x600x4  dpi print resolution, EA-HG colour toner, colour correction technology, PANTONE® Colour approved solid-colour simulations, 10/ 100 Base T Ethernet and USB connectivity, user-friendly front panel etc.

Netgear launches new wireless router  

NETGEAR, Inc, has launched RangeMax Wireless-N Router, the WNR3500. It brings faster wireless speeds and enhanced range of connectivity for the Internet. It allows users to surf, email, stream HD video, play on-line game and make Internet phone calls concurrently. The Wireless-N technology and Gigabit Ethernet port deliver exceptional range and enhanced wired network connections. The users can connect up to four other wired devices by using the built-in 4-port switch. With Push ‘N’ Connect feature, it allows wireless connection to new devices easily and provides advanced wireless security encryption for your data. Compatible with 802.11n, 802.11b and 802.11g standards, this wireless router is all you need to work for you, without the hassle of connecting to range extenders, repeaters or external antennas.  

Bay Talkitec’s new voice authentication solution

Bay Talkitec has announced the integration of ‘Caller Voice authentication’ technology to its Smartcall unified contact centre platform. The new biometric voice authentication facility will enable contact centres improve caller experience by streamlining the log-in process and help banks, financial institutions and insurance companies increase security, doing away with forgettable PINs and passwords.

Nivio releases online PC  

Nivio has unveiled the nivioCompanion-a tiny US$100 set-top box device. Users will have to just pay for the usage. All files are backed up instantly to prevent data loss. Users can also access their personal PC from the nearest cyber café using the user name and password. Nivio has tied up with Bharti Airtel Ltd to offer the service in India.

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