Canon HV20 HD Camcorder

With the introduction of the Canon HV20 HD Camcorder, Canon has expanded high-definition camcorder capabilities and choices for consumers. The design and function of the new camcorder draws on years of Canon’s experience and proven excellence in optics and technological innovation, bringing professional level HD video features to a handy, user-friendly design.

The Canon HV20 Camcorder includes
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New Revenue Streams With MPLS Service Differentiation

Introduction This interoperability event has been organized by the MPLS & Frame Relay Alliance and the European Advanced Networking Test Center (EANTC), and hosted by Upperside.

The interoperability test scenarios were performed using a multi-vendor network of real MPLS routers, complemented by emulators. Test methodologies were checked and improved throughout the testing. The end result was that the network
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Mobile Phone Deals-Where Are They Going?

Mobile Phone Deals – How many gifts would you like?

Mobile phone retailers are constantly striving to find new products and gifts to ‘give away’ with contract mobile phones.

Rather than offering the almost industry standard Cash Back option you can now choose from some amazing gifts when signing up to a 12 or 18 month contract with your new phone. Examples include Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii and Satellite Navigation systems all thrown into the deal.

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Triple Play Over SDH Unites the Traditional With the Modern

To be able to provide an infrastructure for high-revenue broadband services like triple play, operators are working feverishly to deploy modern networks capable of supporting TV and video streaming. But “pure-bred” next-generation networks with end-to-end IP infrastructure will remain the exception in the foreseeable future. Even in modern carrier networks, traditional lines will continue to play a role, and technologies like Ethernet over SDH are making it possible to build pragmatic solutions.

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How to Reduce Cellular Backhaul Transport Costs While Improving Network Operating Efficiency

Introduction
Backhaul is one of the major contributors to the high costs of building out and running a mobile network. This is true whether the mobile operator owns the transport links or leases lines from a local carrier. It also applies if the carrier is deploying a dedicated transport segment for 3G or planning to integrate several generations into the same platform.

Industry consensus indicates that transport
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Secret messages hidden in images

Secret messages hidden in images
Filed under: DEMO 07

You may have heard of steganography, an encryption technique that lets you hide embedded messages, documents, etc. within a normal-looking image. Very James Bond. A company at Demo 2007 called Ceelox just introduced something called Scram, which puts “steg” into the hands of everyday users as well as advertisers and businesses. On the business side, Ceelox gave
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Social Networking on Your Mobile Phone

In 2007, it’s a MySpace world. Everywhere you go and everything you hear about is MySpace this, and MySpace that. 80 million or so registered users have a way of wielding their power. It’s no wonder that this social networking juggernaut is now teaming up with the wireless companies.

MySpace officially partnered with Cingular Wireless, the largest U.S. mobile-phone service provider in April 2006. If you have
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The Furtive Nature Of The Camera Phone

Nearly all cell phones today have a built-in camera, Camera phones have metamorphosed the way we see, distinguish and reminisce the fleeting everyday life. We have witnessed a flourish growth in the wireless telecommunication industry over the last decade, and the mobile phone itself has added newer extent to our socio-cultural life. Every Year, the consumer electronics market is swamped with a spell of fantastic handsets offering splendid features.

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