Cisco reshuffles content networking business

Cisco reshuffles content networking business

Cisco Systems Inc. is shaking up its content networking organization. The company on Monday disbanded its Content Networking Business Unit...

June 15th, 2004 Stephen Lawson

Cisco HFR has its work cut out

Cisco HFR has its work cut out

Cisco Systems Inc. is remaining tightlipped as speculation swirls around the challenges its next-generation core router will face in the...

May 13th, 2004 Jim Duffy

The two sides to net smarts

The two sides to net smarts

The intelligent network is here, and make no mistake about it: it is going to keep getting smarter as enterprises...

April 15th, 2004 Greg Enright

Networking more than just connections: Volpi

Networking more than just connections: Volpi

At Cisco Systems' annual Partner Summit in Honolulu last month, Network World Canada Editor Greg Enright had a chance to...

March 25th, 2004 Greg Enright

Kebab could end up skewering IPv6

Kebab could end up skewering IPv6

Behaving more like a glacier than a hot technology, IPv6 has been everyone's "sometime in the future" technology for years....

February 26th, 2004 Kevin Tolly

TI to release WLAN software for 802.11a/g access points

TI to release WLAN software for 802.11a/g access points

Wireless LAN (WLAN) access points using new software from Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) will be able to simultaneously support 802.11g...

January 5th, 2004 Tom Krazit

Blood bank sources new IP system

Blood bank sources new IP system

When the folks at BloodSource, a California-based blood bank, went hunting for a new communication platform, they didn't expect to...

October 31st, 2003 Stefan Dubowski

Brace for rocky router market: analyst

Brace for rocky router market: analyst

In the future, corporate Canada might be buying network equipment from firms not on the list of usual vendors, judging...

August 27th, 2003 Stefan Dubowski

Carrier router market may be recovering

Carrier router market may be recovering

Consumers embracing broadband and companies turning to more advanced data services helped sales of some larger routers turn around in...

August 15th, 2003 Stephen Lawson