Chambers

Published: January 6th, 2000


Cisco and Wi-LAN Face Off on Wireless

Cisco and Wi-LAN Face Off on Wireless

A dispute brewing between Wi-LAN Inc. of Calgary and Cisco Systems Inc. over setting the standard for wireless Internet may...

January 6th, 2000 STEWART BROWN

Microsoft and Novell set to repeal certifications

Microsoft and Novell set to repeal certifications

Companies may have to spend money they consider a waste and suffer lost worker time to recertify staff as a...

December 16th, 1999 Deni Connor

Newbridge scrambles to find buyer

Newbridge scrambles to find buyer

Newbridge Networks Corp. is looking for a buyer, but no offers have yet been put on the table for the...

December 16th, 1999 STEWART BROWN

Nexxia Set for MPLS Trial

Nexxia Set for MPLS Trial

Bell Nexxia will become one of the first worldwide adopters of Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)when it begins trialling its Nexxia.IP...

October 7th, 1999 Michael Martin

Nortel unveils beefed-up Accelar

Nortel unveils beefed-up Accelar

Nortel Networks's latest gigabit Ethernet chassis-based switch, the Accelar 8000 series, is equally at home in the wiring closet and...

April 8th, 1999 Michael Martin

New technologies target metro networks

New technologies target metro networks

New metropolitan area services and better bandwidth for Canadian enterprises are on the horizon.At least one major Canadian carrier is...

March 25th, 1999 Michael Martin

Nortel keeps up Bay software routers and code

Nortel keeps up Bay software routers and code

Wirespeed routers may be one of the sexiest sells in networking today, but that doesn't mean older software-based routers are...

February 25th, 1999 Michael Martin

Nortel boosts Bay ARN, routing code

Nortel boosts Bay ARN, routing code

Wirespeed routers may be one of the sexiest sells in networking today, but that doesn't mean older software-based routers are...

February 11th, 1999 Michael Martin

The networking year ahead

The networking year ahead

The year 1998 saw the beginning of the end for the two distinct worlds of datacom and telecom. In 1999,...

January 28th, 1999 Dan McLean