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Palo Alto Research Center and Crystal IS demonstrate UV-LEDs on AlN substrates
4 April 2002 | Compound Semiconductor Magazine

"An important application of solid-state UV optical sources is anticipated to be compact and highly sensitive bioagent detection systems for airborne pathogens like Anthrax spores. Other potential applications of UV LEDs include solid-state white lighting, sterilization and disinfectant devices, and compact analytical devices for the biotechnology and pharmaceutical markets."

 

PARC cited as one of the all-time top HCI research laboratories
31 March 2002 | Alertbox
by Jakob Nielsen

"A core group of elite corporate research labs (and a few universities) defined the field of human-computer interaction and established much of whatever ease of use we now enjoy. What do these lists of best HCI labs through history tell us? First, that Xerox PARC has been really good. It is the only lab to make the list every decade."

 

PARC, Texas group team on flat panel displays
| Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal

"Uni-Pixel Inc. entered an agreement with the Palo Alto Research Center Inc. (PARC) to collaborate on developing and commercializing flat panel display technology. PARC works with both micro-electro mechanical systems and display technologies and will provide its expertise to Uni-Pixel's development efforts."

 

New Tools for Instant Wireless Networks
| CIO Magazine
by Christopher Lindquist

"PARC has developed technology it hopes will allow network administrators to quickly deploy wireless systems without compromising security. ... 'gesture-directed automatic configuration'...permits two devices - say a laptop and wireless access point - to identify each other and automatically configure a secure channel in less than a minute."

 

Ethernet Still Going Strong
Thirty years after Ethernet was born in a memo by Bob Metcalfe, experts say the networking technology's best days may be to come.
| eWeek
by Paula Musich

"Ethernet, that ubiquitous networking standard, turns 30 years old this week. Ethernet was born in a memo by Metcalfe proposing the networking technology circulated at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center May 22, 1973. In the three decades since, the technology has seen many changes, a trend thats likely to continue."

 


 


 


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