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Content posted in November 2010
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Force10 Announces 40Gb Switch And Line Card
News  |  11/2/2010  | 
Force10's recent announcement that it can provide 40Gbps from edge to core is further proof that 40Gb Ethernet in the data center is right around the corner. 40Gb Ethernet, designed for uplinks, reduces the number of 10Gb links that are aggregated and ensures that 48-port 1Gb switches won't be oversubscribed. While 40Gb isn't exactly ground breaking news, Force10 takes a different approach to the technology.
HP Articulates Application Migration With Instant-On
News  |  11/2/2010  | 
HP Tuesday unveiled a series of products and services to help enterprises manage the growing influence of information technology in their organizations now and into the future. The consulting offerings address issues such as application transformation, information optimization, security and hybrid delivery of IT in private clouds, public clouds or on-premise systems. Instant-on also furthers HP's strategy to pull together products and services from across it's broad portfolio delivery IT solutio
Logitech Introduces Wireless Solar Keyboard
News  |  11/1/2010  | 
Integrated solar panels on the K750 eliminate the need for batteries and the company claims it can hold a charge for 3 months in total darkness.
Implix Launches Conferencing Services In Cloud
News  |  11/1/2010  | 
ClickMeeting and ClickWebinar target SMBs, allowing online meetings for up to 25 participants or webinars for 1,000.
3G Reaches Peak With Mount Everest Service
News  |  11/1/2010  | 
Scandinavia's TeliaSonera installs base station at 17,000 feet that will let climbers of the world's tallest mountain surf the Internet and send videos of their exploits.
It Takes More Than Wi-Fi Compatibility These Days
Commentary  |  11/1/2010  | 
Given the maturity of the 802.11 family of wireless standards, you'd think that device manufacturers would have it all worked out by now. It seems reasonable that any Wi-Fi capable device should be able to function on the "typical" wireless network, as long as standards-based client and infrastructure hardware is used. But the devil is always in the details, and for us in the Big WLAN Realm, we continue to battle the frustrations that come when manufacturers do things their own way while impleme
OpTier Enhances Business Transaction Management
News  |  11/1/2010  | 
OpTier Inc. has enhanced its Business Transaction Management (BTM) software to provide an easier- to-use dashboard-based interface that includes role-based views with more of an emphasis on business needs. BTM is used for user experience management, application transaction profiling, application diagnostics, auto-discovery of transaction dependencies, and complex event processing. BTM 4 now also includes a back-end online analytical processing engine for better analysis of application performanc
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