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Introduction to Hot Swap
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9/24/2001   Post a comment
Hot swap lets you insert and remove components from a host system without removing power. Since they can reduce down-time, simplify system repair, and allow for system upgrade, hot-swap products are appearing in a wide range of products.
Wireless: Not ready for high bandwidth video
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9/20/2001   Post a comment
The convergence of fourth-generation multimedia standards (MPEG-4) and third-generation (3G) wireless standards could result in the next great killer application, mobile entertainment devices that generate and deliver high-quality multimedia streams.




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