NetScaler Seals Korea Deals
Application-switch vendor NetScaler Inc. announced a series of deals with Korean customers, part of a company strategy to target the burgeoning broadband market in that country.
CWA Argues Telecom Status For VoIP
The Communications Workers of America (CWA) petitioned the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to treat VoIP as a telecommunications service, placing itself in opposition to much of the industry, which wants
AltiGen Upgrades VoIP Software
AltiWare 5.0 comes with new modular software licensing that enables AltiGen's small and mid-size customers to turn on features on a per-user basis as needed.
Intel To Narrow Forecast Range
Intel Corp. is expected to narrow its second quarter forecast to the $8 billion range because of growing demand for NOR flash memory and the stabilization of the notebook PC
Qwest, MCI Reach Access-Fee Deal
The first big break in the ongoing battle between local telephone monopolies and long-distance providers over access-fee charges came after marathon negotiations resulted in long-distance provider MCI and local telephone
F5 Acquires Web Security Firm
F5 Networks on Tuesday bolstered its stake in the security market by acquiring MagniFire WebSystems and creating a new security business unit.
New Rules Will Help All Wireless Customers
Even if you don't like regulators messing with telecom markets, if you're an enterprise user or buyer of wireless services, you should take some pleasure in last week's passing of
High-Tech Global Forces
A global approach to technology is a must. Here's how five of the big boys are handling the challenge.
Stabbing Your PCs
You've heard of server blades, but blade PCs? They're coming from HP.