Nortel Details Job Cut Plan
Nortel Networks gave details of a previously announced job cut program Thursday, saying it is cutting 1,400 in the United States by next June.
Katie Bar The Door
Non-IT employees are bringing technology into the enterprise that can put networks and information at risk.
Colubris Releases QoS Software For Enterprises
WLAN management vendor Colubris Networks announced Wednesday that it is making software available for its systems that provide for Quality of Service (QoS), which will enable enterprise use of voice-over-WLAN.
Bandwidth Bites Back
Data centers and service providers must adapt to massive changes in the telecom industry
DWT: Drinking While Typing
How fast can you type on your PDA? TextWare solutions wants to know, and they're willing to hand over a sweet bottle of Dom Perignon to the speediest typer. The Dom Perignon IV Speed Contest runs from October 1 to...
Bank of America Taps Cisco For VoIP
Cisco announced on Tuesday that it would be supplying 180,000 Cisco IP phones to Bank of America. As part of an ongoing multibillion-dollar network outsourcing deal, EDS will assist Bank
PC Blades Help Bank Take The Heat
By deploying workstations that use PC blades at its new Tokyo trading floor, WestLB can concentrate heat-producing equipment in a smaller space.
Analogix Appoints Eichen President
Mixed signal semiconductor startup Analogix Semiconductors Inc. has appointed industry veteran Bill Eichen as its president and chief operating officer.
Multi-faceted TECHXNY Show Opens Next Tuesday
When the multi-faceted TECHXNY show gets under way in New York City, next week, consumers and IT professionals alike will be able to delve into issues currently challenging IT managers.
Golden Times For SMBs
If you run a network in a small to medium-sized business, you've got a lot to smile about. Everyone wants your money, and they're throwing new products and software at
Review: Console Servers
Console servers offer smooth device-switching, authentication and encryption with easy access to remote locations. Find out which of the three we tested won our Editor's Choice for its mix of
Circuit City has completed a year-long overhaul of www.circuitcity.com, which now is powered by some 30 Sun Microsystems servers running Solaris.
Lightning Strikes Linux Servers
From IBM to Novell to a startup called Furthermore, Linux server hardware and software makers are targeting new markets and, also, finding themselves in controversy.
The Color Of Silicon
An in-depth report on how AMD and Intel keep on hustling each other, and what the future may hold for both.