SACPD deploys smarter police cruisers, copters
One hundred-ninety high-tech police cruisers are rolling onto the streets of Sacramento, Calif., equipped with state-of-the-art crime fighting tools such as in-car computing, secure radio-IP data networking, and helicopter video downlink capability. The upgrade project was led by the Sacramento Police Department IT staff in partnership with a team of experts from Compaq Computer Corp., Houston, Texas.
ImageStream ships Rebel Router
ImageStream Internet Solutions, Plymouth, Ind., is shipping its new Rebel Router. According to company officials, the new router is the lowest cost DS3/E3 router on the market. When bundled with ImageStream's new single-port DS3 card, the Rebel can deliver wire-speed performance specifications for less than $4,000, the company said.
BTexact tests reliability and scalability of Juniper Networks IP VPN Solutions
Juniper Networks Inc., Sunnyvale, Calif., underwent comprehensive testing by BTexact Technologies. The tests indicate that Juniper Networks Layer 3 Internet Protocol (IP) multiprotocol label switching (and virtual private networks solutions meet the scalability and reliability requirements for next generation IP services.
Hamburg creates e-gov network
Cisco Systems, San Jose, Calif., a provider of networking solutions for the Internet, helped construct an e-government network for Hamburg, Germany, and its government bodies. Cisco's technology is forming the basis of the IP-City backbone that will enable Hamburg to maintain its position as one of Germany's key economic centers and to satisfy the city's growing demands for comprehensive e-government and e-learning schemes by its citizens.
Intel manufacturing Lucent TA1000 controllers
Intel Corp., Hillsboro, Ore. , is licensing technology from Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill, N.J., that will help speed up and increase the efficiency of networks. As part of the agreement, Intel will undertake additional development, testing and manufacturing of the Lucent TA1000 controller.
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