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iSuppli estimates that 69.3 million new legal handsets were sold in India in 2006, making India the second largest market behind China. Like China, India is dominated by GSM handsets: 51.7 million.

This trend is likely to continue. The major CDMA carrier in India, Reliance Communications, has made a strategic decision” to put a cap on its CDMA subscriber base and shift to a GSM network, iSuppli said.

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Entry-level handsets will continue to drive volumes in the market; however, medium-level and smart phones will outpace industry growth, the researcher said. Because most phones in India are simple, voice-centric devices, it also expects longer replacement cycles. Yet as feature phones gain in popularity, the replacement rate should grow to 25 percent by 2011.

Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) in India was about $7 in 2006. That will drop to less than $5 by 2010, as rural penetration increases. Data services via GPRS and EDGE will slowly increase, but are not expected to be a major contributor to ARPU in the short term.

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A range of components designed to provide commercial and residential customers with the basis of a structured cabling system is announced by Focus EDL. Called Multijack and launched under the company’s Konexia” brand, the components range consists of wall plates and a wide variety of snap-in data, audio and video connectors to allow users to connect several items of equipment to single or double-sized wall sockets.

Practically every type of data, audio and video interface can be accommodated in the wall plates which can house up to four (or eight- double gang) snap-in modules. These include HDMI, DVI, Telephone, 10G Ethernet, 3.5mm jack, speaker posts, RCA/Phono and S-video as well as TV, F-type and BNC Coax.

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Increasingly, customers for new, quality residential and commercial properties are demanding the very latest in data and A/V cabling and connection and that means a structured cabling system.” Says Geoff Philpot, Focus EDL’s Managing Director. In addition to new builds, we are seeing a huge increase in the adoption of similar cabling systems when buildings are being refurbished. It’s a huge potential market and the modular nature of our Multijack range, will find wide acceptance among specifiers, installers and customers. For the user, this provides an extremely tidy and attractive system and reduces the number of wall sockets (wall space) required. For the installer, it’s much less time, work and headache if thye need to be channelled in.”

Like other products available through our B2B Division, we will be marketing these products as our own retail branded and packaged products as well as through some well known retailers. They will be available to retailers through the usual wholesaler channels.” Says Philpot. We are also looking to add some compatible products in the months to come.” He concludes.

Learn more at the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in Silicon Valley A demonstration of the Triple-Speed Ethernet MegaCore function will be shown by Altera in booth 1738 during the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in San Jose, on April 3 to 6. The Altera booth will also include demonstrations of the Nios II embedded processor, the recently announced Cyclone III and Stratix III FPGAs, and the latest advances in SOPC Builder system development tools. Additionally, at Altera's open forum area, designers can learn how Altera and their partners offer the ultimate in embedded design versatility.

About Altera Altera programmable solutions enable system and semiconductor companies to rapidly and cost-effectively innovate, differentiate and win in their markets. Find out more at www.altera.com.

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Sun Microsystems and adapter card maker Chelsio Communications are expanding their divergent efforts to define 10 Gbit/second Ethernet, turning the competitive heat up on the technology seen as key for computer data centers.

Sun announced Tuesday (April 3) it has licensed its multithreaded Ethernet technology to Marvell Semiconductor Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.). Marvell will make chips for Sun and the two will co-develop future Ethernet chips using Sun's approach that leverages multicore processors.

Separately, Chelsio (Sunnyvale, Calif.) announced its first 10G Ethernet adapter cards to use the Open Fabrics software designed to bring native Linux support to both 10G Ethernet and Infiniband. The move is a step forward for the iWarp approach that uses a TCP offload engine (TOE) on an Ethernet card rather than pushing the TCP processing to a host processor, the route favored by Sun and Intel Corp.

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