The company updates its Breeze platform to compete with Microsoft, WebEx and IBM.
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Cisco will spend $68M on Sipura Technology to address the SOHO VoIP market.
The company's 'Rosedale' processor is designed for wireless modems and residential gateways.
Apple has set April 29 as the launch date for OS X 10.4 (Tiger). New features stress Windows interoperability and easy-to-deploy network services.
ICANN releases the ranking of the five bidders vying for registry control of the third-largest domain space on the Internet.
A flood of unwanted calls and SPIT is approaching -- and there's very little that enterprise can do to hold it back.
Operators could make an additional $200 billion annually if they move to mobile VoIP with the help of new technologies.
On his way out the door, FCC chairman warns 'rock star' VoIP providers about the day-to-day demands.
Security groups assess the progress made and the road ahead, as the new homeland security chief takes over. The verdict: Nation's Internet infrastructure needs a quarterback.
The CEO outlines his strategy for network protection in uncertain times.
CEO John Thompson dismisses Microsoft's security efforts as child's play.
The security vendor makes pitch for two-factor authentication to protect against security threats.
Ma Bell may be a few reference architectures away from further disrupting the local carrier scene.
The computer and printer maker offers up a new switch to help take Gigabit Ethernet to the network edge, while Cisco suggests a rebate.
The company's new NPUs focus on DSLAMs, wireless access switches and enterprise router line cards.
HP said it is seeing a shift in the way CIOs are handling their IT departments, one that empowers network administrators and points to consolidation as an on-ramp to virtualization.