Core router market seen as flat next year

Core router market seen as flat next year

The market for large service-provider core routers probably has bottomed out, but is unlikely to see any growth again until...

August 5th, 2002 Stephen Lawson

BT’s CEO exits a year early

BT’s CEO exits a year early

British Telecommunications PLC (BT) CEO Sir Peter Bonfield will step down in January 2002, a year ahead of schedule, he...

November 1st, 2001 Laura Rohde

Lessons from Neon

Lessons from Neon

Technology is the perfect scapegoat. It costs a tremendous amount to deploy, and when it fails, it suffers our condemnation...

October 31st, 2001 Peter DeJager

Intel raises up the bar

Intel raises up the bar

At the recent Intel Developers Forum in San Jose, Calif., the company unveiled the Pentium IIII 2GHz processor, and the...

September 20th, 2001 Albert Leonardo

Companies should respect their ex-staff

Companies should respect their ex-staff

It had to happen. With layoffs threatening to replace baseball as our national pastime, my colleagues in the computer trade...

August 9th, 2001 P.J. Connolly

Staff Strategies . P.J. ConnollyRespecting ex-staff is important

Staff Strategies . P.J. ConnollyRespecting ex-staff is important

It had to happen. With layoffs threatening to replace baseball as our national pastime, my colleagues in the computer trade...

July 26th, 2001 P.J. Connolly

Receive a PC, Give a PC

Receive a PC, Give a PC

Did a new PC, handheld or printer pop into your home as a holiday present? Before you settle into enjoying...

January 31st, 2001 Anne B. McDonald

HP debuts entry-level Unix server

HP debuts entry-level Unix server

Looking to give enterprise users more speed and a clear upgrade path to its larger boxes, Hewlett-Packard Co. rolled out...

January 4th, 2001 April Jacobs

Defending the router

Defending the router

When Layer 3 switches burst on the scene, industry pundits began predicting the demise of the slower, more costly router...

November 2nd, 2000 Jim Duffy