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ColdFusion 8 warms up to Microsoft .Net

Released on Wednesday for public beta testing, the server-side Java-based software product, ColdFusion 8, now features support for Microsoft .Net objects

Standard looks to break the Gigabit Ethernet bottleneck

For network managers who've outfitted their servers with Gigabit Ethernet network interface cards in recent years, the results definitely have been of the "glass half-full" variety.

Life in the fast lane

In the fast-paced online dating industry, competitive advantage lies in the ability to bring new services to market quickly. That's why Lavalife overhauled its applications delivery processes and moved to rapid prototyping, cutting delivery time in half. Here's how they did it.

Museum avoids storage crunches with resource management

Sitting on a patio, a bottleneck often leads to a good thing. But in IT, it usually leads to a problem. The Canadian Museum of Civilization Corp. in Gatineau, Que., was finding bottlenecks in its storage and resource management systems a hindrance to doing business.

Intel spinoff looks to boost processing power

A month ago, Randy Smerik was running a division within Intel Corp.'s Communications Group and overseeing about a half-dozen projects centering on intelligent traffic management. Today, he's heading up an Intel spinoff that is focusing on high-speed content processing.


Two emerging companies are working to make Web services more reliable with products that enhance SOAP (simple...

ClassiPI inspects and classifies packets

PMC-Sierra recently released the PM2329 ClassiPI, a packet content classification processor for Gigabit Ethernet and OC-48 applications that looks into the packet to determine its contents.

Lucent introduces big bandwidth family

In a move one analyst described as

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