TELUS introduces the Nokia 6265i mobile phone
TELUS and Nokia announced the availability of the Nokia 6265i mobile phone, featuring a two megapixel digital camera with video capability and customizable video ringtones.
The Nokia 6265i mobile phone features a 240 x 320 pixel screen that rotates for landscape view, a two megapixel camera with LED flash, digital music player, Bluetooth wireless technology support for file transfer, compatible accessories such as headset and hands-free use and mini SD card support. The model includes 24MB of on-board memory, and supports all available sizes of miniSD cards.
The digital music player supports MP3, AAC and eAAC+ files. An optional wireless stereo headset allows users to experience FM radio.
The Nokia 6265i mobile phone is available exclusively from TELUS for $99.99 with a 3-year plan or $299.99 on a month-to-month plan.
Nokia introduces Pico WCDMA base station to extend 3G and HSPA indoor coverage
Nokia announced an update to their WCDMA 3G indoor coverage solution. The Nokia Pico WCDMA Base Station supports WCDMA 3G and HSPA, allowing network operators to capture more indoor network traffic.
The Nokia Pico WCDMA Base Station allows operators to build WCDMA 3G and HSPA coverage and capacity for indoor hotspots. The wall-mountable base station weighs only six kilograms. The Nokia Pico WCDMA Base Station is based on 3GPP standards and will be available for operator trials and pilots later in 2006 and for commercial deployments in mid-2007.
Yosemite Technologies releases backup offering
Yosemite Technologies Inc. announced upgrades to its Yosemite Backup product, including increases in baseline disk backup capacity, added Virtual Tape Library options and support for Microsoft’s Data Protection Manager (DPM) and Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS).
Users of Backup Standard, for SMBs with fewer than 20 servers, will see their baseline increase to 8TB of disk backup capacity. For users of enterprise-class Backup Advanced, Yosemite offers the choice to expand their 8TB base disk capacity to 16TB, or to upgrade to unlimited capacity from either 8TB or 16TB.
Yosemite’s D2D2Ne (Disk-to-Disk-to-Any) option has added Virtual Tape Library (VTL) capabilities. This ‘iVTL’ option allows users to create a VTL environment with general-purpose disk storage and not proprietary hardware. By embedding the VTL functionality within the backup software itself, users can realize the three-tiered architecture and one-step restore. The D2D2Ne option costs US$699 for both Standard and Advanced users.
MSRPs for capacity upgrades start at US$1699 (from 8TB to 16TB), US$7229 (from 8TB to unlimited capacity) and US$6799 (from 16TB to unlimited capacity).
TAB offers Aphel DBH2 Series
TAB Canada now offers Aphel Technologies’ DBH2 Rackmount PDU solution.
DBH2 provides 17,200 Watts of power in a 2U chassis. Models are available with either 12 C19 or L6-15R (twistlock) outlets to achieve redundancy. Optional satellite power units are available to support smaller servers and ancillary equipment.
Employing the Easy-Read digital ammeter, users can read the high-resolution color display from as far away as 12 feet or through the enclosure door perforation. And because it supports large servers, DBH2 reduces the number of plenum cables and simplifies installation.