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Inside the Clean Room of Fab 36

by November 18, 2005

AMD recently opened its latest microprocessor fabrication facility in Germany, which is expected to double the company’s CPU shipments by 2008. We got a close-up view of the same

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A Giant Leap

by November 18, 2005

The shortest distance between two points is no more a straight line. W3C is now asserting this truth underlying ‘Vaudhaiva Kutumbakam’. And as communication leaps beyond borders, W3C is formally here in India

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HP Storage Works 448

by November 18, 2005

This external SCSI drive from HP runs on Ultrium 2 tapes (LTO 2) and is meant for …

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IBM ULT-3580

by November 18, 2005

This was the only other Ultrium 3 drive besides the HP Storage Works 960. It’s also meant …

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HP Storage Works 960 

by November 18, 2005

This external SCSI tape drive from HP uses the LTO-3 technology. It can backup upto 400 GB …

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Quantum DLT-V4

by November 18, 2005

This external SCSI tape drive from Quantum is meant for small to medium sized businesses. Its rated …

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Tape Drives: The Complete Range

by November 18, 2005

We tested seven tape drives, both internal and external, and having six different technologies or generations of a technology, with native back-up capabilities ranging from 20 GB to 400 GB

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Sony SDT-11000

by November 18, 2005

This was the lowest priced and barebones drive that we tested in the shootout. Plus, this internal …

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Sony SDX-250V

by November 18, 2005

If you don’t need large volume backups, but whatever you do backup needs to be done quickly, …

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Sony SDX-450V

by November 18, 2005

This is an entry-level internal tape drive that uses AIT-1 Turbo cartridges. The maximum native capacity of …

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Cryptography and Network Security 

by November 18, 2005

This book is meant for single-semester courses on courses in …

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Nanotechnology

by November 18, 2005

Here is a book that not only tells you what nanotechnology is, but also keeps you well …

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Bioinformatics-A Beginner’s Guide

by November 18, 2005

No need to master or learn UNIX first! Almost every other book on Bioinformatics out there requires …

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C# Essentials 

by November 18, 2005

The two authors come together once more to give us …

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Zebronics 19” LCD Monitor 

by November 18, 2005

The biggest attraction of the Zebronics monitor VT-988D is its price tag of Rs 22,000. While most …

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Techcom LCD TV Tuner Box SSD-TV-722

by November 18, 2005

If you want to convert your PC’s monitor into a TV, then the only piece of hardware …

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MSI 915GLM-V Motherboard 

by November 18, 2005

MSI 915GLM-V motherboard is based on Intel 915GL chipset. It’s also meant for regular office users. It …

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Software Reliability Engineering 

by November 18, 2005

This book takes off from Musa’s earlier book on the …

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The Offshore Nation: The Rise of Services Globalization

by November 18, 2005

This book helps companies that want to start their own …

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120 GB Notebook Drives 

by November 18, 2005

Two high capacity hard drives from Seagate and Hitachi for notebooks and compact storage systems. Seagate drive has higher spindle speeds, thus, better performance but costs more. Hitachi drive is good value for money 

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