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

HD-DVD equipped PC offers great performance at a price

HD-DVD equipped PC offers great performance at a price

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEHP's Pavilion Media Centre TV m7690n home-theater-ready PC is optimized for high definition. I looked at a...

January 6th, 2007 Richard Baguley

Dialing up some bad VoIP service

Dialing up some bad VoIP service

Earlier this year, the company I work for decided to replace our aging phone system with a VoIP solution with...

January 1st, 2007 Our readers

Multimedia power at a steep price

Multimedia power at a steep price

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEThe Dell XPS M1710 may just be one of the fastest and juiciest notebooks around. But don't...

October 19th, 2006

Gartner analyst: Resist Gig Ethernet

Gartner analyst: Resist Gig Ethernet

Is Gigabit Ethernet a waste of your money? An analyst recently told enterprise IT and network professionals they would toss...

June 8th, 2006 Phil Hochmuth and Jim Duffy

Crosswalk launches storage grid

Crosswalk launches storage grid

Crosswalk, the data protection management vendor, has introduced its grid storage product. The iGrid 5100 comes as two to eight...

May 24th, 2006 Chris Mellor

ShoreTel offers full collaboration

ShoreTel offers full collaboration

With the high costs of travel and time wasted with face-to-face meetings, online collaboration services are flourishing — from the...

March 16th, 2006 Mike Heck

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

Dell flicks McData switch up a notch

Dell flicks McData switch up a notch

To help its customers reduce both costs and cable sprawl, Dell Inc. has introduced a set of new connectivity features...

September 1st, 2005 Vanessa Ho