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ClockAxon is a free software solution designed to synchronize time in your computer network. The software polls the standard time from...

13 hours ago By Geneosoft

iNet - Network Toolbox

iNet - explore your network!Find out about security risks and keep your network under control. With iNet you know exactly what's going...

2 days ago By Banana Glue


FileBrowserLite allows you to try all the features of FileBrowser. FileBrowser is the original and best file manager and viewer for...

3 days ago By Stratospherix

Identity: Technology transitions stir passion

Identity is talking on a new level of importance as cloud and mobile computing put pressure on corporate IT. What impact will that have on enterprise architects and networks. This blog plans to help you figure that out.

January 5, 2012 by

Public Internet weak link for cloud

Business-grade cloud computing will demand stronger physical network infrastructure than public Internet Protocol can satisfy, Ovum says, noting increasing reliance on trusted networks.

June 1, 2011 by

Climate Savers: Network gear next in quest for tech energy efficiency

There's a new study out today from Climate Savers Computing Initiative, the organization made up of several heavyweight high-tech companies focused on thwarting climate change and improving the energy efficiency of computing and communications technology. Those companies include the likes of CSC, Cisco, Dell, Google, HP, Intel, Juniper Networks, MIcrosoft and the non-profit group, the World Wildlife Fund.

July 27, 2010 by

Boingo gets wireless access client patent

The US Wi-Fi hotspot aggregator Boingo has been awarded a patent for accessing wireless networks using a mobile device.US patent number 7,483,984 describes how an access client on a mobile computing device accesses and logs onto carrier networks using wireless access points.

June 24, 2009 by

RNA Networks launches RNAcache

RNA Networks is launching RNAcache, a product that lives along the border of processing virtualization, network virtualization and storage virtualization by offering the capability to use server memory on many systems as a shared network resource. RNA Networks is one a number of suppliers that are melding high performance computing, clustering and virtualization technology together to create what is, in essence, very large, some would say extreme, multiprocessing systems.

June 22, 2009 by

SOA may be taking the risk out of cloud computing

EDS Fellow Alex Cameron has been pondering the growth of complex systems, and comes to the conclusion that current concerns about the viability and ROI-ness of service oriented architecture are missing a far greater point.More than anything else, he believes, SOA is taking the risk out of cloud computing, and changing the face of networks:"I am convinced that SOA is on track to achieving some remarkable outcomes - at a personal level I am seeing this in every project I am involved in.

April 16, 2009 by

Cisco: Beyond the data center

The launch of its Unified Computing System initiative actually means that Cisco Systems will now be attempting to combine and oversee the management of operations not just of data centers but networks. Which puts Cisco on what is the biggest playing field in enterprise computing.

March 16, 2009 by

Creating extreme systems - an RNA Networks Customer Profile

Taking transactional or analytical applications "to the extreme", that is supporting millions of people rather than thousands has either required one huge system or finding a way to synchronize the work of hundreds or, perhaps, thousands of machines. Although the folks who work with high performance computing have developed tools for this type of configuration, they often weren't useful for those who are working with established transactional applications.Those in the industry thank companies such as Google, Amazon and eBay for showing the world that it is possible to create applications that scale to a previously unbelievable level. These companies discovered ways to apply parallel processing techniques to commercial appliactions. RNA Networks has developed tools making this transition much easier.

March 10, 2009 by

RNA Networks and memory virtualization

RNA Networks' technology appears interesting and could be of use to organizations needing high performance computing, extreme transaction processing or the like. The folks at RNA Networks, however, have their work cut out for them to get IT decision makers to give them the opportunity to say something about what they're doing

February 1, 2009 by

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