IP telephony without the infrastructure

IP telephony without the infrastructure

For businesses that haven’t switched to voice over IP, the potential benefits in cost savings, maintenance and flexibility are often...

July 23rd, 2008 Dave Webb

Foundry goes big with switches

Foundry goes big with switches

Foundry launched its largest Ethernet switch to date at Interop last month, a 32-slot, 5.1 terabit-per-second Ethernet switch aimed at...

May 30th, 2007 Phil Hochmuth

WLAN architecture requires extra planning

WLAN architecture requires extra planning

Wireless networking on small and large scales is currently all the rage. Communicating digitally across the air, using various techniques,...

June 6th, 2005 Russell Bennett

Mesh moves into the wireless office

Mesh moves into the wireless office

A costly and complex aspect of today's wireless networks can sometimes be the very component they're supposed to eliminate: cabling....

November 29th, 2004 Joanie Wexler

Sprint Canada intros IP-enabled offerings

Sprint Canada intros IP-enabled offerings

The starting gun fired for Sprint Canada Inc. this month as the company launched its IP-Enabled Solutions - a networking...

October 31st, 2003 Rebecca Reid

Equipe makes pitch for MPLS core

Equipe makes pitch for MPLS core

Equipe Communications Corp. is the latest Layer 2 core multiservice switch maker to unveil software that enables its switch to...

August 1st, 2003 Jim Duffy

Convergence in action

Convergence in action

In addition to showing off new voice and data products at the NetWorld+Interop 2002 show May 6-10 in Las Vegas,...

April 14th, 2002 Phil Hochmuth

Interview: A grip on the grid

Interview: A grip on the grid

As the executive director of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA), Dan Reed may have one of the better...

February 10th, 2002 Michael Vizard

Juniper makes the jump to get IPv6-ready

Juniper makes the jump to get IPv6-ready

The sheer volume of Internet users worldwide has resulted in a virtual breaking point, one in which the current supply...

January 3rd, 2002 Carly Suppa