TITLE

New Technology News in Brief

PUB. DATE
November 2003
SOURCE
Management Services;Nov2003, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents news briefs on technology as of November 2003. The Brother m-PRINT micro printer uses thermal paper. It is lightweight, compact and can print from laptops and pocket personal computer-based personal digital assistants. META Group, which provides informational technology research and advisory services, has a software package for evaluating a technology supplier's offerings. The METAspectrum Evaluation Service helps organizations more effectively evaluate and select information technology vendors and products by providing in-depth vendor and product evaluation research. LG Philips Displays has achieved a breakthrough in Cathode Ray Tube design by developing a 21 inch 4:3 format Real Flat and a 32 inch Wide Screen Real Flat color picture tube that measure a mere 35 centimeters from front to back. New copier/printers for the smaller workgroup are in Sharp's focus. These are the AR-M160, 205 and 153. The AR-M series provide all the features one would expect of multifunctional devices, but offered in tailored chunks. ProCurve Networking 420 is a cost-effective 802.11g Wireless Access Point from Hewlett-Packard. This is a full featured IEEE 802.11g access point for small, mid-sized and large enterprises, supporting mixed 802.11b/g wireless local area network deployments, designed to securely extend Ethernet beyond the wire.
ACCESSION #
11545616

 

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