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« Les utilisateurs français sont très souvent désireux d'adopter les dernières technologies, afin de réduire leurs coûts d'opération, d'augmenter leurs performances ainsi que leur compétitivité », déclare Henri Garcia, directeur du développement commercial de Microlease France. « La passion, l'expérience et l'enthousiasme de notre équipe française ont souvent été mis en avant par nos clients. Nous entendons bien à l'avenir dépasser leurs attentes en termes de réactivité et de disponibilité. »

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« Les utilisateurs français sont très souvent désireux d'adopter les dernières technologies, afin de réduire leurs coûts d'opération, d'augmenter leurs performances ainsi que leur compétitivité », déclare Henri Garcia, directeur du développement commercial de Microlease France. « La passion, l'expérience et l'enthousiasme de notre équipe française ont souvent été mis en avant par nos clients. Nous entendons bien à l'avenir dépasser leurs attentes en termes de réactivité et de disponibilité. »

That could pit Airoha against Intel's internal design team. During the past year or so, Intel acquired two companies to boost its know-how in the RF space, including Envara, based in Israel, and Mobilian. Both brought 802.11 RF designs to the table. Airoha's success in wooing Intel and its module suppliers will largely rely upon its ability to locally support the Intel-certified module makers in their customization projects.

BOSTON — Senator John Sununu is ready to reload his legislation aimed at simplifying the regulation of voice-over-IP (VoIP), as part of a larger telecom reform bill that he said is planned for next year's new session of Congress.

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In his keynote speech Monday at the VON (Voice on the Net) show here, Sununu, R-N.H., said that he and other congressional leaders, including Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, are already planning to tackle the thorny issues of telecom regulation with an omnibus-type bill, as soon as this fall's national elections are over.

We are going to begin writing a new bill in 2005,” said Sununu, who earlier this year submitted a bill that sought to streamline potential regulatory restrictions on VoIP, only to watch it get amended to death in the Senate's commerce committee. While admitting that the opposition interests are pretty well entrenched,” Sununu asserted that telecom reform — especially on the contentious issues of Universal Service Fund contributions and intercarrier compensation — is needed sooner, not later.

This is not something we can spend 10 or 20 years on,” Sununu said, speaking of the unrestful situation in telecom regulation that is only being accelerated by disruptive technologies like VoIP. This [situation] is real today,” Sununu said. There are challenges, but they can and will be overcome in the next two years.”

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In addition to Stevens and McCain, Sununu said other supporters of new telecom reform regulation include Democratic senators Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey and Maria Cantwell of Washington. We've built a good bipartisan base,” Sununu said. However, there is also resistance from both sides of the aisle to moving quickly on telecom reform. Commerce committee members Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., and Conrad Burns, R-Mont., both authored amendments that reversed the intention of Sununu's original bill, which Sununu has tabled for the time being.

The idea for his VoIP legislation, Sununu said, came out of his fears that there was growing pressure” to take the old telecom regulatory system and apply it to VoIP. Since the Federal Communications Commission hasn't yet come up with a clear set of rules to describe how VoIP might fit under the existing laws of the Telecom Act of 1996, Sununu said he wanted to help ensure that there were uniform national standards [for VoIP], so the entire [market] would know the rules of the game.”

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But his bill's insistence on declaring VoIP free from most state-level regulations — and its fast-paced delivery in the commerce committee this summer — pretty much doomed its chances, according to congressional aides close to the proceedings.

I don't think we were ready to do a [VoIP] bill this fall,” said James Assey, Democratic Counsel for the commerce committee. The reluctance to support the Sununu bill directly, Assey said, came in part from senators who looked into the abyss, and did not know what the structure would be, for things like the Universal Service Fund, coming out the other side.”

A dog has better manual dexterity with his teeth and paws that the robots in the labs today,” he said.

Researchers have made enormous advances in computer vision, but to commercialize them the challenge is to get that to work on a $3 DSP and a $2 camera,” he said.

In addition, robots still lack human vision capabilities such as compensating for shadows or recognizing a face despite changes over time. If we build robots for elder care, it would be nice if they could tell old people from young people,” he quipped.

Although robotic navigation has largely been solved, there is still no low-cost way for robots to build internal maps of their environments to help them move more freely, Brooks said.

You can do it in the lab, but the price is too high to do it in the home. A lot of people use laser-based subsystems that cost a few thousand dollars, but there has to be a lower-cost solution if robots are going to build navigation maps of users' homes,” he said.

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