Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

Ethernet Switch, Router Markets Rebound

A recovery looks to be underway in networking as both enterprise and carrier spending on Ethernet networking gear picks up.

Cisco Connected Grid Router, Switch Debut for Smart Grid

Cisco announces new networking gear specifically built for next-generation energy utility deployments, but incorporating existing and legacy-friendly technologies.

Novell Expands Identity Manager to the Cloud

New release extends identity management tools/framework as part of overall workload management effort - with more tools for access and security on the way

Cisco, CA Partner on Datacenter Management

By providing a set of tools that cover different parts of IT infrastructure than those covered by Cisco's, CA may be providing Cisco UCS customers with better data center management for applications and networks alike.

Juniper Expands Routing, Switching and Software Portfolio

New 10GbE switches, an 80 GB router and a host of new Junos software solutions debut as the networking vendor expands it new vision for flatter networks and virtualization.

Cisco's Strongest Quarter Ever Built on New Gear

New switching and routing gear helps networking vendor's recovery as enterprises and carriers update their equipment.

Cisco's Third Quarter: Busy and Profitable?

It has been a brisk quarter for networking vendors, but will the market leader continue showing signs of a global recovery still in motion?

Aruba Acquires Azalea for Wi-Fi Enterprise Mesh

Enterprise Wi-Fi vendor, Aruba Networks, acquires the technology that powered Wi-Fi for the Beijing Olympics, with an eye toward bringing mesh to the enterprise campus.

Wi-Fi Networking Headed for 60GHz, Gigabit Speeds

New unlicensed spectrum set to be the home for the next generation of high-speed Wi-Fi connectivity.

First Full IDN Domain Names Now Online

After years of discussion and debate, the first fully qualified non-Latin domain names are now available as ICANN passes a major milestone in the expansion of the Internet.

Red Hat Prefers to Be Choosy With Its Kernel Packages

Packaging the Linux kernel is an area of special concern for Red Hat, which makes up its own mind about which release to use and which improvements to consider for inclusion in its custom releases.

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