Today in Products: Kingston releases memory modules


DocuSign releases online signing tool
DocuSign announced the availability of DocuSign In-Session Signing, a service designed to allow companies to integrate DocuSign directly into their existing web portals and e-commerce offerings.

DocuSign In-Session Signing allows a customer to visit a Web site, complete a form and sign an application in one visit. The DocuSign On-demand Signing Service ensures proper security, user authentication and document non-repudiation. This new application can be used for consumer loan applications, credit card applications, insurance applications and claims and other online uses.

DocuSign can be integrated into existing applications, as it is offered as an XML/SOAP Web service.


WordLogic now Available for U3 Smart Drives
WordLogic Corp. released WordLogic Predictive Keyboard, which now supports the U3 smart drive computing platform, a software platform that expands the capabilities of traditional USB flash drive.

The U3 platform transforms USB flash drives from storage devices into USB smart drives capable of carrying personal preferences and applications and launching them. Users can access their most important information and software from any Windows XP or Windows 2000 PC without having to carry around a laptop.

When a user types the first letter of a word, an on-screen keyboard highlights the next five most common letters as well as the most frequently used words beginning with the entered letters. As the user continues to type, the selection of words is narrowed down, providing the most likely word as selectable options in the prediction window.

The U3 smart WordLogic Predictive Keyboard for PC version 4.3 can be purchased through the WordLogic Online Internet Store. The Basic version sells for US$39.95, the Advanced version sells for US$79.95 and the Advanced version packaged on a 128MB USB Flash Drive goes for US$99.95. A trial version is offered for a 30-day period.

Kingston introduces 1000 and 1066-MHz memory modules for gaming market
Kingston Technology announced the release of HyperX DDR2 1000-MHz (PC2-8000) and HyperX DDR2 1066-MHz (PC2-8500) memory modules. The HyperX DDR2 unbuffered DIMMs are available in capacities up to 2 GB.

The memory modules are designed to meet the high performance and high capacity memory requirements of gamers. HyperX 1000 and 1066-MHz DDR2 feature 2.2 Volts operation and latency timings of 5-5-5-15-1.

The memory modules range in price from US$142 to US$550.

IBM announces IT automation software from complex IT processes
IBM announced the release of software and services that automate IT processes. These include proceses like managing storage devices, addressing IT failures and deploying new software releases and patches.

The software, called the IBM Tivoli Change and Configuration Management Database and a trio of IBM Tivoli Process Managers, automate some of the most challenging processes associated with managing an IT environment, such as the rollout of a new application across software, hardware, storage and network environments across separate departments within an enterprise.

The offerings allow users to design IT processes once and automate their integration across all areas of operation.

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