- Bitwise Controls Manufacturer of Networked Control Systems Launches Dealer Program for Custom Integr
BitWise Controls announced today their new direct-dealer program, designed to offer increased technical support and profitability to professional systems integrators. Integrators can incorporate the new BC4™ standards-based control system network interface as an integral part of their custom installations in commercial, industrial, educational, and residential markets to control and monitor virtually any hardware device available today, anywhere.
(Filed: Sun Sep 14 2008)
- Fairchild Semiconductor to Participate in 2008 Digital Power Forum
Fairchild Semiconductor (NYSE: FCS), a leading provider of energy-efficient power solutions, will present at the 2008 Digital Power Forum. Fairchild’s system architect, Charles Watts will present a paper titled “The Power Engineer: Making the Leap to Digital” in the Trends in Digital Power Session on Monday, September 15 from 1:30-3:30pm.
(Filed: Fri Sep 12 2008)
- Fairchild Semiconductor Showcases Latest Technology in AC-DC and DC-DC Power, Motors and Lighting at
Fairchild Semiconductor (NYSE: FCS), a leading global supplier of high performance products that enable energy-efficiency, is participating in Arrow Electronics’20th annual coast-to-coast technology event – Arrowfest. This event provides Fairchild the opportunity to meet with engineering and purchasing professionals to discuss the latest innovations to increase energy efficiency, while building valuable relationships with Arrow representatives. Fairchild will highlight its latest technology for AC-DC and DC-DC power, motors and lighting applications.
(Filed: Wed Sep 03 2008)
- Nextar(TM) Navigation System Features Both U.S. and Mexico Maps
Nextar M3-MX, a compact, bilingual (English & Spanish) navigational system that comes pre-loaded with US and Mexico Maps. The M3-MX features a 3.5 inch TFT high-resolution touch-screen display, 1.6-million points of interest, 2D/3D map view, walking routes, stores up to 300 address and a includes a host of portable media player functions.
(Filed: Fri Aug 29 2008)
- BitDefender Uncovers FedEx® Spyware
The e-mail spam informs customers that FedEx® was not able to deliver a specific package sent one month ago. The message also asks the recipients to download and print the attached invoice in order to retrieve the package. However, the attached archive does not hold the alleged invoice, but an extremely dangerous piece of malware, known as Trojan.Spy.ZBot or one of its many variants, such as Trojan.Spy.Wsnpoem.HA.
(Filed: Thu Aug 28 2008)