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United States writer and poet (1809-1849)

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Buffalo Technology, a producer of wired and wireless networking, storage and memory solutions, announced on Tuesday (27 September) it has added a High Power Ethernet Converter (WLI-TX4-G54HP) to its portfolio of wireless networking solutions.
The CompactFlash size Low Power Ethernet Card achieves this breakthrough in power conservation by being the first Windows CE I/O adapter to operate on 3.
SAN FRANSISCO -- NetEffect, the leader in high performance, low power Ethernet connectivity solutions, today announced the availability of the newest member of its NE020 Family of high performance Ethernet adapters - the 10Gb Ethernet adapter for the IBM BladeCenter H system.
AUSTIN, Texas -- NetEffect, the leader in high performance, low power Ethernet connectivity solutions, today announced it will demonstrate its new, record-setting family of Ethernet adapters at Interop Las Vegas, May 20 - 25.
AUSTIN, Texas -- NetEffect, the leader in high performance, low power Ethernet connectivity solutions, today announced availability of the NE020 family of 10Gb and 1Gb iWARP Ethernet adapters that dramatically increase the performance of data center applications.
PoE enables quality power for IP telephones (VoIP) and many other low power Ethernet network devices like the Wireless LAN access points and security cameras.
The EdgeConnect provides 24 x 10/100 Mbps autosensing, inline power ethernet ports and 2 x 10/100/1000 Mbps uplink or high speed server ports.
Products include a Digital Phone Card (DPC), Low Power Ethernet (LPE) cards in both CompactFlash and PC Card solutions, a 56K CF Modem, Serial I/O Cards, and Bar Code Scanners.
The ability to power Ethernet devices through the existing cabling appeals to small, medium and Fortune 500 businesses," said Zeus Kerravala, vice president of Network Infrastructure at the Yankee Group.
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