Sunday, April 27, 2008

Clustr Maps of Global Visitors

Clustr maps now provides global tracking for visitors. With new clustering being added the group wanted to see a visual layout of where most of our global traffic came from, and how large it was.

Link to site

Friday, April 25, 2008

The "G" Spot - Americas 3G/4G hardware !

many people looked confused when we released our latest sexy wireless division called the G-spot GSM series. These system are made for GSM aka the G, and no its not 802.11b/g, it is short for GSM, which the world is scrambling right now to deploy and master!

Well here is a preview of her now....

Trinity to the Rescue?

Could our Trinity GSM phone come to the rescue including 3G and 4G international standards? The 855 has been on the Asian market for a while now and seems to have not even beginning to peak. See our newest cellular master piece called the "g" Spot.

Mesh on VMware?

Is it really possible to rework vmware to handle the needed network devices add clusterng support and support wireless projects ?

Download VMware Server (link)

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

VideoLAN Solution overview

VideoLAN is a complete software solution for video streaming, developed by students of the Ecole Centrale Paris and developers from all over the world, under the GNU General Public License (GPL). VideoLAN is designed to stream MPEG videos on high bandwidth networks.

The VideoLAN solution includes:

VLS (VideoLAN Server), which can stream MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 files, DVDs, digital satellite channels, digital terrestial television channels and live videos on the network in unicast or multicast.

VLC (initially VideoLAN Client), which can be used as a server to stream MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 files, DVDs and live videos on the network in unicast or multicast ; or used as a client to receive, decode and display MPEG streams under multiple operating systems

Here is an illustration of the complete VideoLAN solution: