Cisco Bolsters Network Security Offerings

Cisco Bolsters Network Security Offerings

Cisco Systems Inc. last week announced plans to introduce two new products as well as enhancements to its Safe security...

September 9th, 2001 James Cope

First ebXML spec approved

First ebXML spec approved

The 18-month effort to create e-business Extensible Markup Language (ebXML) drew to a close recently as a new official standard...

May 31st, 2001 No Author

MPLS gaining toehold in the enterprise

MPLS gaining toehold in the enterprise

Having all but vanished from direct view over the past two years, multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) is now to the...

May 31st, 2001 Chris Talbot

Study: DoS attacks frequent, hit personal PCs

Study: DoS attacks frequent, hit personal PCs

Denial of Service (DoS) attacks are launched against commercial Web sites, but also against Internet infrastructure, small countries and home...

May 24th, 2001 Sam Costello

Nortel spreads MPLS across product line

Nortel spreads MPLS across product line

Nortel Networks said late last month it will implement Multi-protocol Label Switching as a common signaling protocol across its entire...

May 17th, 2001 Jim Duffy

Nortel spreads MPLS across product line

Nortel spreads MPLS across product line

Nortel Networks Corp. said Monday it will implement Multi-protocol Label Switching as a common signaling protocol across its entire optical,...

May 1st, 2001 Jim Duffy

New ADSL routers enter tough market

New ADSL routers enter tough market

Allied Telesyn International of Bothell, Wash., launched the two newest products in its AR200 family of routers in March, targeting...

April 19th, 2001 Chris Talbot

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

November 20-22MontrealInEx - Intranet/Extranet TechnologiesInEx is the place for managers, executives, project managers and data processing specialists to meet to...

November 16th, 2000 No Author

Kanata firm hopes to drive faster routers

Kanata firm hopes to drive faster routers

In response to the Internet bandwidth explosion, a Kanata, Ont.-based firm has created a technology it says will allow next-generation...

March 23rd, 2000 Michael Martin