Worldwide router sales in the second quarter declined 6 percent sequentially to US$1.5 billion, according to the latest figures from Dell'Oro Group'Inc. Declines in higher-end routers -- those greater than or equal to 1G bit/sec -- offset gains in the lower-end.
Several major airlines and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration are turning to the Internet, with all of its inherent security vulnerabilities, to improve antiterror information sharing and the safety of flight operations.
All regulatory hurdles for the sale of Ericsson Microelectronics AB to Infineon Technologies AG have been cleared and the deal is set to close next month, L.M. Ericsson Telephone Co. announced Wednesday.
IBM used the LinuxWorld conference here this week to flex its 64-bit computing muscle, showing off a system running on Intel's Itanium 2 processor and a version of its DB2 database for Advanced Micro Devices's (AMD) Opteron processor.
The Metro Ethernet Forum Wednesday said it has made "significant progress" in defining specifications for employing Ethernet as a transport infrastructure and service offering in metropolitan area networks.
Dave Zabrowski, formerly a top executive in Hewlett-Packard Co.'s PC operations, has left the company to head S2io Technologies, a startup specializing in 10G bps (bit-per-second) Ethernet products for enterprise networks.
IBM Corp. plans to announce Thursday that it has added roaming capabilities to its Everyplace Wireless Gateway product, allowing users to roam seamlessly and securely between many types of wireless and wired networks.
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