Foundry adds to Ethernet wares

Foundry adds to Ethernet wares

Foundry Networks Inc. this week launched a router and switch products aimed at the core and edge of carrier metropolitan...

March 17th, 2005 Phil Hochmuth

Review: Brocade superswitch builds uberSANs

Review: Brocade superswitch builds uberSANs

Many companies -- either by design or because of a merger -- end up managing multiple SANs. But merging two...

December 2nd, 2004 Mario Apicella

Brocade superswitch builds uberSANs

Brocade superswitch builds uberSANs

Many companies -- either by design or because of a merger -- end up managing multiple SANs. But merging two...

November 25th, 2004 Mario Apicella

Security vendors harden products

Security vendors harden products

Security companies next week are trotting out intrusion-prevention system and vulnerability-assessment products that not only widen customer choice but also...

September 23rd, 2004 Ellen Messmer

Intermec unveils first multiprotocol RFID printer

Intermec unveils first multiprotocol RFID printer

Intermec Technologies Corp. on Monday unveiled a prototype version of a multi-protocol radio frequency identification (RFID) printer in its PM...

September 14th, 2004 Ephraim Schwartz

Olympic-size security demands advance planning

Olympic-size security demands advance planning

If there's one thing the Atos Origin SA team understands as lead contractor for the Olympic IT infrastructure, it's that...

August 12th, 2004 Peter Sayer

OLYMPICS : Olympic-size security demands advance planning

OLYMPICS : Olympic-size security demands advance planning

If there's one thing the Atos Origin SA team understands as lead contractor for the Olympic IT infrastructure, it's that...

August 12th, 2004 Peter Sayer

VoiceCon: NEC launches all-IP enterprise communications

VoiceCon: NEC launches all-IP enterprise communications

NEC America Inc. will embrace the next generation of enterprise voice — full IP telephony — with a new architecture...

February 29th, 2004 Stephen Laws

Canadian firms take on Mydoom

Canadian firms take on Mydoom

Already labelled as the one of the most damaging worms ever, the Mydoom malicious code is proving to be a...

February 19th, 2004 Chris Conrath