Articles By Phil Hochmuth

Nortel digs deep into branch offices

Nortel digs deep into branch offices

Nortel has launched its first branch office WAN optimization product, entering an emerging but crowded market. Nortel’s Business Continuity System...

August 17th, 2006 Phil Hochmuth
Foundry sees power shift for simpler corporate VoIP

Foundry sees power shift for simpler corporate VoIP

Foundry next month is expected to announce new corporate Ethernet gear for business networks, with a focus on VoIP and...

June 22nd, 2006 Phil Hochmuth
The hard sell of the IP softphone

The hard sell of the IP softphone

Corporate users are talking on IP softphone clients everywhere — or nowhere, depending on whom you talk to. While use...

May 11th, 2006 Phil Hochmuth
The future of the Ethernet

The future of the Ethernet

Scaling Ethernet to new heights — as much as 100Gbps — and developing 10G Ethernet for copper wiring and internal...

March 16th, 2006 Phil Hochmuth
Blade server switch market in flux

Blade server switch market in flux

While some network vendors are jumping out of the blade server market, others are expanding their reach into blade systems...

March 16th, 2006 Phil Hochmuth
3Com throws IPS into switching

3Com throws IPS into switching

3Com has announced a chassis-based version of its TippingPoint security switch that combines traffic-inspection duties with the scale of high-end...

February 16th, 2006 Phil Hochmuth
App acceleration food for thought

App acceleration food for thought

Invite to dinner six executives from the top application acceleration vendors and the discussion starts flying fast. Speeding things up...

January 19th, 2006 Phil Hochmuth
Enterasys sells, goes private

Enterasys sells, goes private

Enterasys Networks will become a private company, as it agreed to a US$386 million buyout offer by two private investment...

December 8th, 2005 Phil Hochmuth
Cisco talks radio

Cisco talks radio

Cisco recently announced technology and a business unit focused on integrating two-way radio, cellular, VoIP and other communications methods into...

November 24th, 2005 Phil Hochmuth
Cisco exec talks telephony

Cisco exec talks telephony

With its recent IP Interoperability Communication System launch, Cisco Systems introduced IP integration for two-way radio, push-to-talk cellular and VoIP...

November 24th, 2005 Phil Hochmuth