The Federal Communications Commission released a proposal last week for implementing the 1994 Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA), a measure that requires telephone companies to provide law enforcement with access to digital call information. But the report left untouched the issue of whether the FBI would get new powers to tap Net calls. An FCC staffer, who asked to remain anonymous, said the question of how Net calls will be treated remains wide open, and may be decided during another round of public comments.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Integrated Telecom Express is the latest firm to catch the chip maker's eye, Intel today announced an undisclosed equity stake let's all go and have breakfast iphone case in the maker of chip sets for DSL-based hardware, Industry analysts and the company agree that even the fastest microchip cannot make up for a lack of speed on the Internet, PC users--an increasing number of whom are new to computing--that bought state-of-the-art computers have grown frustrated with slow downloads and Net navigation..
Analysts, however, said faster connections open the door for the company to sell advanced multimedia chips at higher profit margins than lower-end models. "Having fast communications systems certainly does help Intel sell more chips," said Jeremey Donovan, an industry analyst with Gartner Group's research firm Dataquest. Investing Inside Only two weeks ago the semiconductor giant invested $20 million in the Dutch arm of Net-over-cable access provider @Home. The two companies have also teamed to create a digital image site on the Web.
In addition to investing in broadband cable services, Intel has a stake in the DSL market, a competing technology that allows high-speed transmission of voice and data over standard copper phone lines, Intel recently invested in NorthPoint Communications, a CLEC (Competitive Local Exchange Carrier) specializing in Internet access via DSL, Intel also is part of an alliance that aims to standardize ADSL (asymmetric digital subscriber line) technology, In the last year, the company staked a claim in broadband equipment company Hybrid Networks, and jointly created a new broadband company called Pacific Convergence with Hong Kong's let's all go and have breakfast iphone case Pacific Century Group, The new company provides digital data services in the Asia-Pacific region..
Mega MultimediaIntel is not the only company that has branched out beyond its core business with investments in new technologies. Microsoft has invested in Time Warner's Road Runner Net-over-cable service, for example. "They are driven by the same motivation as Microsoft, and that is higher bandwidth and persistent bandwidth will create a more dynamic PC experience which allows them to sell more PCs," said Ross Rubin, group director for telecommunications and technology at market research firm Jupiter Communications.
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