HP Adopts Itanium For NonStop Line
Hewlett-Packard continues a strategy of migrating its high-performance servers to Itanium processors by introducing the first NonStop system based on the Intel processors.
Gateway Debuts Three New Servers
The additions to Gateway's enterprise line target small and mid-sized businesses, as well as the government and educational markets.
Dial 911 For Microsoft?
Operator, can you please connect my call? And no, I do not want an upgrade to Windows...or Office...or my cell phone operating system...or my TV set. We've all become accustomed
Brocade Weaves New Storage Tapestry
Tapestry software enables automated provisioning and activation of servers and related application resources, as well as new Wide Area File Services (WAFS) capabilities.
IT Pros Say Security Is Key Priority
More than 80% of the 300 managers responding to InformationWeek Research's 1Q Priorities survey described updating security procedures, tools, and services as a key business priority.
IDC: Blades Blast Off
Blade servers are hot, and nearly half of them have Fibre Channel connectivity, says IDC
Global Revenues Soar For VoIP Gear
Report says revenues from global sales of VoIP equipment totaled $493 million in the first quarter of this year, an increase of 40% over first-quarter levels in 2004.
Skype To Release VoWLAN Phone
Skype's CEO told a conference in Paris that it will release a Wi-Fi phone that it expects to be profitable by the end of the year.
The Threat from Inside
Sorry it's been a week since the last podcast, but it's been a full week, with plans for upcoming tests, new products to look at, and plenty of news on the security front to think about. I've got a couple...
Cisco-FineGround Won't Go Beyond the WAN
Cisco Systems Inc. confirmed today that it is acquiring FineGround, a privately-held company that makes WAN acceleration technology, for the tidy sum of $70 million.The acquisition shows that Cisco understands the need to make more efficient use of WAN bandwidth...
Cisco Chomps FineGround
In a surprise move, Cisco bypasses other WAN optimization startups to pick up FineGround for $70M UPDATED 1 PM
BlueArc Branches Out
Software apps could save it from its niche status, but clock is ticking on well-funded NAS play
Composite Applications - Really.
Composite Software, one of our 2005 Well Connected Award winners, has not been resting on its laurels. Composite recently introduced its Composite Application Views, which can communicate directly with Siebel and SAP APIs (PeopleSoft is expected to be supported later...
We weren't certain exactly where Compuware was going when it acquired our 2004 Portfolio Management Well Connected Award winner Changepoint, but after speaking to Compuware briefly last week we see the light. Compuware announced Changepoint 10 this week and they've...
NetApp Promotes SATA
A new series adds capacity and performance to leverage SATA for primary storage
The 7.4 Percent Solution
On the face of things, I would say Advanced Micro Devices has had a pretty good year-and-a-half, and apparently so would a lot of other people
3COM Unveils IP PBX With VoIP Support
3Com Corporation has unveiled the fifth generation of its IP private branch exchange (PBX), featuring a number of significant enhancements, including support for 3COM's IP phone.