CSELTCentro Studi e Laboratori Telecomunicazioni (Turin, Italy)
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CSELT is the research lab of Telecom Italia, one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world.
Gian Paolo Balboni, Head of Communications at CSELT, Telecom Italia Group's company for study said, "The VideoGateway, will be designed to perform on-the-fly transcoding between different encoding methods and different bit-rates, would allow us to offer enhanced video services to broadband and narrow band users.
The Customer Support Consortium, a non-profit alliance of technical support organizations dedicated to shaping the future of customer support, is proud to announce that Aspect Communications, AT&T, Ask Jeeves, CSELT, Collaborex, eTranslate, Iomega, Network Appliance, Progress Software, QUIQ, Teradyne and Unisys have become members.
At the completion of the OPIMA specification, Leonardo Chiariglione, head of the Multimedia Services and Technologies Research Division of CSELT, the corporate research centre of the Telecom Italia group, commented "The availability of the OPIMA specification is an important moment for the multimedia industry.
With nine global telecommunications carriers, including CSELT, GTS and Telenor present as observers, participants Alcatel, Equipe Communications, Redback Networks, Sycamore Networks, and Tenor Networks demonstrated successful multi-vendor implementation of ODSI's standards-based protocol specification between various IP and optical devices.
CSELT is providing an Interleaver/Deinterleaver core used in channel coding, a Forward Inverse DCT (Discrete Cosine Transform) core used in image processing, an Internet Protocol CAM (Content Addressable Memory) core and network data parser cores used in networking router applications.
Agilent acquired the Optical Technology Center (OTC) from Telecom Italia's central research laboratory, CSELT.
NYSE: A) today announced the signing of an agreement to acquire the Optical Technology Center (OTC) from Telecom Italia's central research laboratory, CSELT.
The demonstration culminates months of development that included support from leading telecommunications research and development facilities: Telecom Italia's CSELT, France's Ecole Nationale Superieure de Telecommunications, Germany's Forschungszentrum Informatik, AT&T Research, France Telecom, Philips Laboratories -- Paris, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, Sarnoff Corporation; as well as MPEG software development houses from Israel (Triton R&D Ltd.
In alphabetical order, they are: Canon, Compaq, CSELT, CWI/Oratrix, France Telecom, Gateway, GLOCOM, INRIA, Intel, Macromedia, Microsoft, NIST, Panasonic, Philips and RealNetworks.
Europe & Middle East (18): BT, Case Technology, Consulintel, Deutsche Telekom, CSELT, DFN, Ericsson, Eurocontrol, Gigabell, IABG, Intracom, Netmedia, Nokia, Siemens, Teldat, Telebit Communications, Telia Networks Services, Thomson-CSF Detexis.
Apple Computers Aspect Telecommunications, AT&T, Bellcore, Brooktrout Technology, Centigram Communications, Cintech Tele-Management, CSELT, Dialogic Corporation, Dianatel Corporation, Digital Equipment Corporation, Ericcson Business Networks AB, Fujitsu Limited, Hewlett-Packard Company, IBM Corporation, InterVoice, Mitel Corporation, Motorola, Inc.