Expert Analysis
Content tagged with Networking posted in May 2004
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Verizon's New DSL: No Threat To Cable, Says Expert
News  |  5/6/2004  | 
Verizon Communications' impressive new 1.5 Mbps downlink/384 Kbps DSL uplink won't be enough for DSL providers to overtake cable-modem service in the broadband sweepstakes, according to one expert who surveys
Getting Smarter About The Cloud
News  |  5/5/2004  | 
We're a week early, but it's already apparent that one of the main themes of this year's Networld + Interop show in Las Vegas will be getting smarter about what's
Cisco Adds Central WLAN Management To Ethernet Switch
News  |  5/5/2004  | 
Cisco Wednesday announced a new module for its Catalyst 6500 Ethernet switch that performs many of the functions of wireless switches offered by startups such as Aruba Wireless Networks and
Veritas Moves Toward Simpler Infrastructure Management
News  |  5/5/2004  | 
Veritas Software Corp. is simplifying its approach to storage management.
Windows Roadmap Includes Six OS Releases
News  |  5/5/2004  | 
If you thought the next major rev of the Microsoft Windows operating system was the successor to Windows XP code named Longhorn, executives at WinHEC would make you think again.
Small Biz Puts Protection Before Continuity In Survey
News  |  5/5/2004  | 
Despite a recent history that includes terrorist attacks on American soil, the resulting war against terror, and a flurry of virus activity, most small businesses are more interested in preventing
Interview: Doug Elix, IBM Global Services
News  |  5/5/2004  | 
On his last full business day as senior vice president and group executive of IBM Global Services, the largest and most powerful integrator in the world, Doug Elix sat down
Gates Promises Longhorn Beta In 2005 Despite Security Concerns
News  |  5/5/2004  | 
Microsoft has recommitted to releasing Longhorn, its next-generation Windows client and server, into beta testing in 2005, despite security concerns.
DataPower Gives Big Boost To XML Acceleration
News  |  5/4/2004  | 
DataPower Technology said Tuesday it has developed XML acceleration hardware capable of processing data at a rate of a gigabit a second, removing a significant barrier to the use of
Wintel Forces Drive Ethernet Convergence in Data Center
News  |  5/4/2004  | 
Ethernet in the data center stepped forward on two fronts this week as Microsoft Corp. said it would support a new architecture for TCP/IP offload in its Windows Server operating
HP, British Telecom Create Services Alliance
News  |  5/4/2004  | 
Hewlett-Packard and British Telecom are teaming up to sell combined IT-network and digital-telephony support services in an effort to cash in on the convergence of corporate voice and data networks.
Packet Design Announces BGP Analysis Technology
News  |  5/4/2004  | 
Packet Design Inc. on Monday announced a new technology designed to let enterprises and service providers better analyze traffic on Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) networks.
Microsoft Widens Testing Of Live Communications Server Beta
News  |  5/4/2004  | 
Microsoft Tuesday opened up the beta program for its next release of Live Communications Server, now known as LCS 2005.
Network Physics: Looking Deeper Into The Network
News  |  5/4/2004  | 
Network Physics CEO David Jones talks about the importance of really knowing what's going on in your IP network.
Red Hat Launches Linux Desktop
News  |  5/4/2004  | 
Red Hat will exploit its back-end security and management services to give its first major corporate desktop, Red Hat Desktop, a promising liftoff to the marketplace.
Veritas Tries To Simplify Storage Management
News  |  5/4/2004  | 
Veritas Software Corp. will unveil today integrated management software for storage networks and server clusters during its annual Visions user conference in Las Vegas.
In The Beginning, There Were Just Viruses
News  |  5/4/2004  | 
I find it sad but amusing that technologies or software systems with names like "Protected Communications" and "Security Authority" are loopholes for the great unwanted.
Don't Hate Me Because I Pick On Microsoft
News  |  5/4/2004  | 
I like to pick on bullies, and I like to stick to the big boys. In my line of business, Microsoft is the ultimate big boy. And the way in
Chip Sales Reflect Strong Demand For Semiconductor Products
News  |  5/4/2004  | 
Worldwide sales of semiconductors increased significantly in the first quarter, reflecting the strength of economic recovery that's driving demand for a broad range of chip products, according to an industry
DaimlerChrysler Outsources
News  |  5/4/2004  | 
EDS says it has secured a contract to manage the servers and software that power some of automaker DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s key Michigan-based customer and employee operations.
Fast-Spreading Worm Has Infected As Many As 1 Million PCs
News  |  5/4/2004  | 
A fast-spreading worm line that some are comparing to Blaster is exploiting a vulnerability in Windows and has infected as many as 1 million machines worldwide.
Small Companies, Big Bucks
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
Small and midsize businesses will lead the way in IT spending growth in 2004, Forrester Research said last week in a report.
Protecting Against The Sasser Worm
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
The first chore is to install a firewall if one isn't already present on the network or an individual PC.
Net2Phone Partners with Level 3 For VoIP Over Cable
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
Net2Phone and Level 3 Communications on Monday said they would jointly market local voice-over-Internet protocol services to cable operators.
Intel Ships 10-Gbps Ethernet Adapter For Data Centers
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
Intel on Monday introduced a 10-Gbps Ethernet (10GbE) adapter for servers at a price point and in a form factor the Santa Clara, Calif.-based chip maker claimed makes 10GbE practical
Nortel: What's The Fallout?
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
In what has to go down as one of the quietest major management changes ever, Nortel Networks last week canned its CEO, CFO and its controller, an extraordinary
AutoProf Releases Tool for Enterprise-Wide Desktop Management
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
AutoProf has announced the release of Policy Maker Professional, a desktop configuration and management system that extends the capabilities of Windows-based Group Policy so that businesses can better manage user
Interview: JBoss CEO Marc Fleury
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
JBoss CEO and founder Marc Fleury talks about why he's committed to open source as a lucrative business model and how things have changed between his company and Java steward
IBM Debuts eServer Based On POWER5
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
IBM today announced the debut of a line of servers that run on the company's POWER5 microprocessor.
Dell And SAP Team To Lower Customer Costs
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
Last week, a partnership was formed aimed at convincing more companies to run SAP applications on Dell servers.
Cisco, IBM Deal Expands On-Demand Management Offering
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
New integrated data center solutions launched by Cisco Systems and IBM last week under an expanded partnership deal will help speed deployment times and ease management of on-demand environments.
IBM Posts 'Stinger' DB2 Beta
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
Today, IBM will post a beta of its next DB2 database, code-named Stinger.
OS Competition Heats Up NAS Market
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
The race for leadership in the NAS market is pitting three operating systems against each other in a pretty contentious contest.
Boston Marathon Has Tradition Of Technology
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
Despite being steeped in tradition, organizers of the Boston Marathon are quick to take advantage of today's technology to track participants.
Give DSL A Chance
News  |  5/3/2004  | 
The next time you think about suggesting a DATA connection, think Plain Old Telephone Service and Digital Subscriber Lines.
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