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Technology Then & Now

PERSONAL COMPUTING THEN: IBM introduced its second generation of PCs in 1987. The Personal System 2 (PS/2) line of computers included this Model 50, a desktop workstation using Intels 80286 16-bit processor. It had a 286 and 1MB RAM. For more, you needed an adapter card. MSRP: $3,595 NOW: Weighing little more than three pounds, […]

Comstar Enhances Comstar Dealer Zone

Comstar Interactive recently announced the 10.6.0 version of its Comstar Dealer Zone, a Web-based service that allows Comstar sales partners to activate new merchants, edit existing merchant accounts, order products and services, and view user guides and marketing material. The latest release provides Comstar sales partners with a Web-based interface that allows them to migrate […]

D2 Uses MIPS Processor to Enhance VoIP Software

D2 Technologies Inc. announced today at VON in San Jose today it has enhanced its vPort VoIP software with multithreading features. D2 used MIPS Technologies Inc.s new multithreaded MIPS32R 34Kc processor core with DSP extensions, and has increased VoIP channel density by two times, compared to processors without multithreading and DSP capabilities, the company said. […]

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