Woven weaves 10G at $500

Woven weaves 10G at $500

Woven Systems has a 10Gbps top-of-rack Ethernet switch for data centers that costs $500 per port. The TRX 200 is...

November 3rd, 2008 Jim Duffy

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

Force10 manages to raise the 10G bar, again

Force10 manages to raise the 10G bar, again

Force10 Networks Inc. recently refreshed its 10G switch product line, doubling the switching capacity and port densities on all its...

September 30th, 2004 Phil Hochmuth

3Com takes another stab at high-end LAN market

3Com takes another stab at high-end LAN market

With a new partnership in hand and a whack of new gear, 3Com Corp. said it is ready to once...

July 11th, 2003 Carly Suppa

3Com takes another stab at high-end LAN market

3Com takes another stab at high-end LAN market

With a new partnership in hand and a whack of new gear, 3Com Corp. said it is ready to once...

June 18th, 2003 Carly Suppa

Briefs

Briefs

EMC Corp. and Cisco Systems Inc. have announced a partnership in which the storage giant will resell and support Cisco's...

May 16th, 2003 No Author

Enterasys scales up enterprise switching

Enterasys scales up enterprise switching

Enterasys Networks Inc. supersized its gear for enterprise LANs on Monday, introducing a series of bigger routing switches as well...

April 20th, 2003 Stephen Lawson

Brian Tolly: When it comes to testing, read fine print

Brian Tolly: When it comes to testing, read fine print

Ah, yes, another switch throughput performance test. And look - this vendor, too, says its product also performs at wire...

November 14th, 2002 No Author

Nortel gear delivers Ethernet services

Nortel gear delivers Ethernet services

Nortel Networks Corp. on June 4 announced at SuperComm 2002 two boxes that deliver Ethernet services and trunk customer traffic...

June 3rd, 2002 Tim Greene