News @ IT Group

• July 1, 2016

WebsiteExpress website template overhaul. The WebsiteExpress template has been updated to comply with the HTML5 standard, several new features have been added, and a comprehensive tutorial has been published and included in the WSX software package.

• November 22, 2015

The 'libagents-1.0.0' library is released. The libagents library is a multi-threaded, pure C++11 implementation of the Actor Model, allowing easy development of multi-threaded applications structured as a collection of asynchronous event-driven execution agents which all run concurrently and communicate with each other via an asynchronous messaging system.

• June 19, 2009

The IT Group website has been ported to the WebsiteExpress template. The old version of the IT Group website will be available, for a limited period of time, at

• February 2, 2009

WebsiteExpress website template released. WebsiteExpress is a small, fully-functional website which is meant to serve as a template for building new, full-fledged websites, all while imposing minimal conditions on the webhosting server; in particular, a WebsiteExpress-based website can be publised on even the most simple HTTP web servers, without requiring any server-side scripting and/or data base support.

• April 19, 2008

Information Technology Group opens the IT Group TV video channel. This channel will be used both as a broadcasting tool, and also as a repository for internal and third-party presentations related to the IT Group domain of activity.

• November 17, 2007

GNOME 2 Desktop package released. The GNOME 2 Desktop package consists of the GNOME-XP Sky desktop theme and two gEdit plugins: gEdit Autocomplete and gEdit Project Manager.

• August 13, 2007

"From C to C++" tutorial released. This tutorial is intended to be a giude to the new features that are introduced by the C++ programming language over the standard ANSI C, to present an overview of the new C++ Standard Template Library (the C++ STL), and to be an introductory material to the most commonly used Design Patterns.

Note: at the time of release, the tutorial only contains one fully-developed section, namely the presentation of the new features that the C++ language introduces over the standard ANSI C; the STL and Design Patters sections will be inserted in the tutorial as soon as a deemed-usable version will be finalized.

• June 22, 2007

"Introduction to DHTML" tutorial released. This tutorial is intended to be a reference starter's giude to all the modern web client technologies, and it covers HTML, JavaScript, the HTML DOM, and the CSS standard; a number of important cross-browser compatibility issues are also discussed. The "Introduction to DHTML" tutorial is also available for download from the Archives section of the IT Group web site.

• February 15, 2007

"Gentle Introduction to Magick++" tutorial released. Magick++ is a free and open-source graphics libraries who's development is sponsored by the big names in the open source industry (including IBM), and it is available directly in binary format for all the major current operaing systems, including Windows, Linux, MacOS, and Solaris.
The "Gentle Introduction to Magick++" tutorial has been introduced on the ImageMagic web site in both PDF format, and editable ODF, and is also available for download from the Archives section of the IT Group web site.

• June 1, 2004

Information Technology Group enters a partnership program with GAO Research, a leading global provider of embedded communication software. The partnership program is intended to help the two companies in jointly promoting and marketing their products and services, as well as jointly developing products based on their IP portfolios. The program debutes with mutual promotion via company websites cross-linking, while other specific partnership directions and opportunities are to be explored in the future.  

• March 3, 2003

The Mozilla Open Directory accepts Information Technology Group for listing in section Science : Technology : Electronics : Signal Processing : Digital Signal Processing. The Mozilla Open Directory is the largest human-edited web directory aimed at centralizing information about the most relevant websites available on the Internet, and serves as the foundation for many search engines (including Google) and service-oriented websites.

• November 30, 2002

Information Technology Group releases the CDSPLib C++ Reference Implementation in the public domain. The CDSPLib is a collection of fundamental DSP library functions, implemented based on C++ objects that mirror the CDSP-specific numeric formats and their associated arithmetic/logic operations. The CDSPLib Source Code can be downloaded from the Archives section.

• August 15, 2001

Information Technology Group completed the delivery of an Audio-MPEG software Multimedia Core Component developed for Santa Clara, CA-based Mobilygen, Inc.

• January 1, 2001

Information Technology Group becomes an independent Software and Electronic Engineering design house, following the expiration of a multi-year exclusivity contract with AST-Israel. For more information on our services and expertise please check our company home page.

• May 15, 2000

Information Technology Group introduces the Data Access Prediction Architecture DAPA, a very high bandwidth multi-ported memory aimed at resolving most of the memory conflicts on shared-memory multiprocessor systems. For more information on the DAPA basic principles and features please consult the Products/DAPA folder, or download the full zipped-pdf presentation article from the Archives section.

• March 6, 2000

Santa Clara, CA-based Virata Corporation (NASDAQ - VRTA) announced its release of two new xDSL chips that utilize the CDSP-k4 Digital Signal Processor designed by Information Technology Group. The CDSP series delivers world-class performance, in the range of the highest performance DSPs available on the market. For more information on the CDSP series please consult the Products/DSP folder, or download a zipped-html documentation package from the Archives section.

• December 2, 1999

Information Technology Group announced the availability of a comprehensive set of Encryption Cores. These cores deliver world-class performance and can be used in a wide range of applications in today's internet-based communications world. The primary target of this new set of IP Cores is intended  to be the VPN (Virtual Private Networks) market. For more information on our Encryption Cores please consult the Products/Encryption folder.

• August 1, 1999

The first delivery of a Digital Signal Processor in the CDSP series was completed today to a major UK-based chip designer. This opens new opportunities for our strategic partner AST-Israel to confidently propose the CDSP technology to other customers. The CDSP series is based on the concept of highly customizable IP Cores, offering the beneficiary a wide range of high performance digital signal processing solutions.