Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

Registry/Registrar Separation Coming to an End?

ICANN is set to end the decade-old separation of 'church and state' for domain registries and registrars when new generic TLDs launch. Does it matter?

Brocade VDX Builds out Ethernet Fabric

New switching family and operating system aim to integrate network traffic onto Ethernet without spanning tree.

Juniper Expands Core Routing Power with T4000

Juniper announces new flagship router with 4 Terabits in a half rack, up from 1.6 Tbps in the previous generation, as high-end routing war accelerates with Cisco.

Internet2 Accelerates to 100 Gigabit

Next gen Internet research network begins 100 gigabit rollout. Is Terabit networking the next stop?

Avaya Data Solutions Gets New CTO, Virtualization Strategy

Full circle for new CTO, as former Nortel tech unit comes under new leadership and gets a new virtual focus for real results.

Riverbed Whitewater Expands Cloud Acceleration and Storage

WAN acceleration vendor Riverbed launches new technology for assymetrical cloud accelration and storage.

Cisco Looking for a Good Start to 2011

Cisco set to deliver its first quarter 2011 earnings this week after an active quarter in which it introduced new consumer, enterprise and collaboration technologies.

U.S. Broadband Gap Isn't Color Blind

NTIA/Commerce Dept study analyzing broadband adoption in the U.S finds some surprising ethnic differences in the digital divide.

Broadcom Rolls New Silicon for 100 Terabits per Second Switching

Next generation of network switching gear set to get a boost from new silicon built for 100 GbE networks and beyond.

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