Expert Analysis
Content tagged with Networking posted in September 2004
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64-Bit Systems Head For The Enterprise Network
News  |  9/2/2004  | 
As organizations outgrow 32 bit processors, next generation chips are ready to take over workloads.
Aruba Rolls Out New "Grid" Architecture
Commentary  |  9/2/2004  | 
Aruba Wireless Networks has a new twist on the enterprise wireless LAN industry's design struggle between coverage and capacity.
3Com and Trapeze: Engaged But Not Married
Commentary  |  9/2/2004  | 
3Com's partnership with wireless LAN switch startup Trapeze brings the company back into the enterprise.
Intel Lowers Third-Quarter Expectations
News  |  9/2/2004  | 
Chipmaker Intel Corp. (Santa Clara, Calif.) expects third-quarter revenue to fall between $8.3 billion and $8.6 billion.
SPAM Playbook: Spam-filtering Tools
News  |  9/2/2004  | 
Here, some of the latest spam-filtering mechanisms which prevent most undesired messages from reaching your end users.
IBM And Intel To Open Access To BladeCenter Specs
News  |  9/2/2004  | 
The move will make it easier for third-party hardware and software providers to create BladeCenter-compatible products, giving the server-blade market a boost.
Ballmer Touts Microsoft's Innovation In Spite Of Longhorn Snafu
News  |  9/2/2004  | 
Ballmer says ISVs and developers will have substantial new opportunities with the innovations in the forthcoming Windows platform, code-named Longhorn.
Intel To Demo Its First Multi-Core CPU At IDF
News  |  9/2/2004  | 
Mark down Sept. 7 as the date Intel Corp. unofficially switches from frequency to parallelism as its main microprocessor philosophy.
Vendors Get IPv6 Offerings Ready For Prime Time
News  |  9/1/2004  | 
IPv6 is coming out of the lab and into the market.
SPAM Playbook: Spam-filtering Tools
News  |  9/1/2004  | 
There's more than one way to stop junk e-mail. We evaluate several of the latest spam-filtering mechanisms which prevent most undesired messages from ever reaching your end users.
ZigBee Outlook 'Promising,' Study Predicts
News  |  9/1/2004  | 
The outlook for ZigBee short-range wireless technology is "promising," according to a study released Wednesday by In-Stat/MDR.
First Wi-Fi-Secure Products Certified
News  |  9/1/2004  | 
The Wi-Fi Alliance has announced the first products to be certified for Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 security compliance. It also introduced a Wi-Fi multimedia certification program for quality of service
Affordable IT: Network Configuration
News  |  9/1/2004  | 
Lower end configuration-management apps may be bare bones and sans syntax, but you may discover they're all your organization really needs.
Affordable IT: Protocol Analyzers
Commentary  |  9/1/2004  | 
You don't need to spend a fortune for an analyzer tool that can drill down into the problem and show you where to concentrate your resources. Here's how to easily
Affordable IT: Network Monitoring
News  |  9/1/2004  | 
Discover affordable ways to monitor your systems and still have money left over to order take-out.
Affordable IT: Desktop Security
Commentary  |  9/1/2004  | 
Protecting your organization means guarding against attackers as well as internal problems. Tools are essential, but so is user education.
Affordable IT: Desktop Management
News  |  9/1/2004  | 
Desktop management suites are becoming more complex. Fortunately, commoditization and freeware options can help keep your costs down.
Fujitsu Debuts Four-Way SCSI Blade
News  |  9/1/2004  | 
Fujitsu Computer Systems on Tuesday introduced a four-way SCSI-based server blade designed for corporate data centers and Internet service providers.
AMD Seeks The Spotlight With Dual-Core Processor Demo
News  |  9/1/2004  | 
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has demonstrated the equivalent of two microprocessors on a single piece of silicon.
Deploying Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2)
News  |  9/1/2004  | 
Here, some advice on how to deploy SP2 with minimum system-wide downtime.
Storage Pipeline: Vendor Profile: Cisco Systems
News  |  9/1/2004  | 
Discover why the infrastructure company has switched gears, dropping its iSCSI plan in favor of Fibre Channel.
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