Dot Hill Acquires Chaparral To Enhance Storage Arrays
Dot Hill, a Carlsbad, Calif.-based vendor of storage arrays and software, acquired Chaparral, a Longmont, Colo.-based developer of storage appliances and mid-range RAID controllers and data routers, for $62 million
Cut IP Some Regulatory Slack
Don't let the telecom apparatchiks suck the vitality out of IP communications. We can serve the public good without force-fitting modern technology into decades-old regulatory structures.
E-Gap Remote Access Appliance
Whale Communications SSL VPN Gateway, e-Gap Remote Access 3.0, incorporates access control and authentication into the GUI.
Adding VoIP to its VPN gave Transportation and logistics company GST Corp. a more stable, scalable network at a substantial cost savings.
Exabyte VXA-2 PacketLoader 1X10 1U
Exabyte offers reliable, unattended off-site backup at a reasonable price with its VXA-2 Packetloader 1X10 1U rackmountable 10-tape library.
Avaya Intros SIP-Standardized IP Telephony
Transitioning to converged communications just got get easier last Monday, as Avaya introduced its new Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) portfolio. However, key features will need to be implemented before high-availability,
Legato Upgrades Windows Storage Management App
Legato Software, now part of storage giant EMC, on Thursday unveiled an updated Windows-based hierarchical storage management application that automatically moves infrequently-accessed data to less expensive storage systems.
Hitachi Unveils 300GB Drive
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies on Wednesday unveiled the largest enterprise hard drive yet, a 300GB unit tagged with the moniker of Ultrastar 10K300.
OK, so the first Federal Communications Commission decision on regulating Voice over Internet Protocol is in -- and to little surprise, the commission came down on the side of unregulated
IBM Debuts Compliance-In-A-Box Device
IBM on Thursday unveiled a compliance-in-a-box device targeting businesses and government agencies that need to preserve data required by the growing number of new laws and regulations.
Cisco Adds Video Conferencing To IP Phones
Cisco on Wednesday unveiled software for its mid- and upper-range Internet-based telephones that will add real-time video conferencing and collaboration for less than $200 per user.
Instant-Messaging Products Target IT Departments
Almost everyone outside the IT department loves instant messaging. This week, several companies showed off their efforts to boost interoperability, archiving and storage features of popular IM products--hopefully making them
Hotspot Use To Triple This Year, Report Claims
Because wireless hotspots can significantly increase the productivity of traveling workers, the number of hotspot users will triple in 2004 compared to 2003, research firm Gartner, Inc. predicted in a report released Wednesday. However, the report also warned IT...
With storage costs under the microscope, efficient capacity utilization is critical. That's where data naming - or Self-Describing Data - comes in.
Congress Considers Web Tax Moratorium
The campaign by national legislators to stop a permanent ban on Internet-access taxes has picked up some important support since the issue was last debated in Congress in December.
Waiting For The Enterprise
The home and small-business networking markets are certainly robust. But you could add up every dollar that those segments produce and you still can't touch the levels of business that
VoIP Needs A Users' Champion
Now that various legislative and regulatory bodies have started the process of muddying the waters over VoIP, one thing is clear: Nobody's looking out for the users, people trying to
FCC 'Frees' Free World Dialup VoIP Service
The Federal Communications Commission took a baby step forward in Voice over Internet Protocol regulation today, by ruling that the Free World Dialup service was not subject to traditional voice-service
Novell Launches Small Business Suite 6.5
Novell on Wednesday said it would ship the newest version of its Small Business Suite, a collection of network services and collaboration tools targeting smaller shops with smaller IT budgets,
Proxim Details Wireless LAN Switching System
Stepping up its competition with Cisco Systems, Proxim started shipping new enterprise-class wireless access points and released preliminary details Monday of it ORiNOCO wireless LAN switching system.
FCC Agrees To Examine VoIP Free Service
In agreeing to consider a request for approval of a free Internet calling service, the Federal Communications Commission signaled that it is moving towards solving a nagging VoIP problem: how
Primus Offers Global VoIP
Primus Telecommunications Group said it will take advantage of its global voice network and roll out VoIP services for the enterprise, consumers, and resellers.
HP Agrees To Acquire Novadigm, Consera
Hewlett-Packard Co. on Wednesday said it has agreed to acquire Novadigm Inc. and closely held Consera Software, and plans to add the two companies' technology-management software to the HP OpenView
CAN-SPAM Still Failing To Slow Junk Mail
A month after the federal CAN-SPAM Act went into effect, most anti-spam vendors say that the new legislation hasn't cut down on the glut of junk mail in users' mailboxes.