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masdtv
Nov 07 2011
This week mi+dtv will discuss the effect of bilingualism in Alzheimer disease; TRILOGY project for a safer Internet; and new activities on Science Week 2011. The news about TRILOGY project highlights research conducted by a scientific institution... +
twitter
Nov 03 2011
Twitter is currently one of the most popular and fastest growing applications in the internet. Created in 2006 by Jack Dorsey and Biz Stone, it is a micro-blogging system which has rapidly attracted... +
Trilogy
Oct 31 2011
With YouTube reaching 3 billion views per day and 2 days' worth of uploaded videos every minute in 2011, Internet traffic has reached unprecedented figures. Demand, coupled with increasing security threats, has led to a decrease in bandwidth... +
wifi
Oct 26 2011
Although wireless communication, especially on the frontier-like ISM band, is fraught with hidden dangers, the vendors working together in the IEEE and Wi-Fi Alliance have managed to successfully shepherd wireless LAN technology from humble... +
trilogy
Oct 24 2011
EU-funded project TRILOGY has seen European researchers improve Internet traffic management and preserve high quality connections: all this in the context of present-day social, economic and technical demands.
torrent
Oct 13 2011
With tens of millions of users, download events every day, 60% of Europe’s upstream traffic and 20% of its downstream traffic, BitTorrent is the world’s most popular P2P file-sharing application and represents a significant portion of current... +
antenna
Sep 29 2011
An award-winning study tackles the challenge of energy saving in wireless cellular networks, proposing innovative solutions for energy performance optimization and a holistic approach to further research and development on this topic of fundamental... +
DSLMA
Sep 16 2011
According to a new study, access networks including modems, home gateways, and DSL Access Multiplexers (DSLAMs), are responsible for 70-80% of total network-based energy consumption.... +

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