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EDGE, On & About AT&T

SDSL: Copper Mountain and Ramp Networks Announce SDSL Internet Access Device for Small Business

SDSL: Copper Mountain and Ramp Networks Announce SDSL Internet Access Device for Small Business – Product Information Ramp Networks, Inc., a leading provider of easy-to-use, shared Internet access devices, and Copper Mountain Networks, a DSL networking equipment manufacturer, Monday announced that the WebRamp 500i has passed Copper Mountain compatibility testing and Copper Mountain has certified […]

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EDGE, On & About AT&T

MCI Win: MCI WorldCom Wins Largest Contract Since Merger

MCI Win: MCI WorldCom Wins Largest Contract Since Merger – Government Activity MCI WorldCom has captured the second of two awards for the federal government’s FTS2001 program that will provide comprehensive, global long distance networking services for federal agencies. The two awards, combined, represent the largest ever government telecommunications contract, which is estimated to be […]

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Television Digest with Consumer Electronics

Streaming Fees Considered

Streaming Fees Considered – Brief Article Library of Congress’s Copyright Office is stepping into battle between radio and recording industries over whether stations which stream their broadcast signals online must pay license fees for use of music. At request of RIAA, Copyright Office called for comments on whether Webcasting qualifies for broadcasters’ traditional exemption from […]

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Software Magazine

Film institute grooms professionals for multimedia – the American Film Institute’s AFI-Apple Computer Center offers seminars and workshops on the ‘moving image computer media’ market – Newsfront

Film institute grooms professionals for multimedia – the American Film Institute’s AFI-Apple Computer Center offers seminars and workshops on the ‘moving image computer media’ market – Newsfront – Brief Article Anticipating a multimedia explosion, the AFI-Apple Computer Center, a unit of the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, offers about 70 seminars and workshops on […]

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Computergram International

Paul Allen’s Charter Acquires Bresnan Cable for $3.1bn

Paul Allen’s Charter Acquires Bresnan Cable for $3.1bn Charter Communications Inc, the Paul Allen-owned cable company, has agreed to yet another acquisition, this time a $3.1bn deal to take control of Bresnan Communications Inc. The deal will be paid for by a mixture of cash and equity. Bresnan, which has a cable television network of […]

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Software Magazine

Escalate boosts supply-chain visibility – What’s Hot – acquisition of Managize

Escalate boosts supply-chain visibility – What’s Hot – acquisition of Managize – Product Information Lisa Zschuschen Escalate Inc. entered the supply-chain fray with last May’s acquisition of Managize, and is now leveraging the acquired supply-chain management and visibility application technology with the rollout of Escalate Supplier 2.5. The technology behind Supplier 2.5 is also integrated […]

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MacWeek

Graphic Arts: WebFind 2.0 taps more search engines – Crush! Software’s WebFind Assistant 2.0 utility for simplifying Internet searches – Product Announcement

Graphic Arts: WebFind 2.0 taps more search engines – Crush! Software’s WebFind Assistant 2.0 utility for simplifying Internet searches – Product Announcement – Brief Article Andrea Dudrow Crush! Software LLC this month released an upgrade to WebFind Assistant, a utility for simplifying Internet searches. WebFind Assistant 2.0 increases the number of search engines users can […]

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Computer Technology Review

Update On IP-based Storage

Update On IP-based Storage – Industry Trend or Event Dave Schwaderer Pick up any computer trade publication and you likely see articles discussing Storage Area Network (SAN) products and strategies. Briefly, SANs allow efficient and flexible connection of servers and storage by de-coupling nonvolatile storage (hard disks and disk arrays) from the servers used by […]

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Japan, Inc.

Inheritance taxation planning—speaking with the oracle of Otemachi

Inheritance taxation planning—speaking with the oracle of Otemachi John Dodd When the founder of McDonald’s Japan, 78-year-old Den Fujita, passed away on April 21, 2004, he bequeathed a rags-to-riches story worthy of dramatization. Born in Osaka, he was brought up bilingually and worked as a translator to earn pocket money during high school. After World […]

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Software Magazine

Distributed drumbeat still a bit hollow – Data Resource Management: Distributed DBMS Technology

Distributed drumbeat still a bit hollow – Data Resource Management: Distributed DBMS Technology – buyers guide Janis Herter DISTRIBUTED DRUMBEAT STILL A BIT HOLLOW The MIS director threw his hands up in the air and exclaimed, “Sure, our databases are distributed. If you see any of them, would you please send them home?” In that […]