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Vyatta has network virtualization, software defined networking (SDN) and cloud computing platforms that Brocade will couple with its Ethernet fabric architecture.
The company has brought end-to-end Fibre Channel over Ethernet to its network fabric to see datacentres use the communication specification for homogenised networking architectures
TIBCO has announced the release of FTL, its extremely low latency middleware solution for high speed algorithmic trading. From the blurbs:TIBCO FTL is optimized to leverage the latest advancements like multi-core processors, in-memory architectures and networking technologies like Infiniband and 10 Gigabit Ethernet.
Brocade brought out a new switch family on Monday as part of its Brocade One converged datacentre strategy.First announced in June, the new VDX switches come in two variants and combine 10Gb Fibre-channel over Ethernet (FCoE) networking technology with a Brocade-developed software layer called Virtual Cluster Switching (VCS).
The networking specialist has unveiled a console that allows unified management of SAN and IP networks, alongside its first 100Gb Ethernet router chassis and blade
PhilRemote is a remote control application that lets you control your Philips television. The application works on all TVs equipped...
Can Fiber Channel over Ethernet become your storage networking standard?
For those of you who have started fretting about the power consumption of your networking gear, the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory has just been given the go-ahead to test Energy Efficient Ethernet, or IEE 802.3az.
Unicorn network analyzer is an Ethernet network analyzer (aka. packet sniffer or protocol analyzer) for network monitoring and troubleshooting...
French networking hardware supplier Alcatel-Lucent has won a significant contract to supply the National Broadband Network Company (NBN Co) with up to $1.5 billion of optical and ethernet aggregation equipment.
If you're a regular reader of this blog, you know that network-ready HDTVs and other home theater devices almost exclusively rely on an Ethernet port for their Internet connectivity, even if most people don't have an Ethernet jack into their living room and would find built-in Wi-Fi far more useful. Luckily, there are some workarounds to this dilemma, including the improved powerline networking technology that turn your power outlets into a wired networking system.
For those of you skeptical of using powerline technology to connect your network-ready home theater devices to your home network when you don't have nearby Ethernet ports, there's another option: using a coaxial-cable-to-Ethernet solution like Netgear's new MoCA Coax-Ethernet Adapter Kit (MCAB1001) or D-Link's new HD MediaBridge Starter Kit (DXN-221; pictured), both certified by the Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA).The premise is pretty much as simple as powerline networking.
More and more home theater devices are being introduced that offer "connected features," but many of them require an Ethernet connection, which isn't a common feature in most living rooms. One workaround gaining some traction is using powerline networkingplugging an adapter into an electrical outlet on one end and connecting to an Ethernet port on the other end.
Once again, this opinionated jackass dives in head first, looking at the next generation of networking and whether wireless technology will ever overtake Ethernet.
Using the existing wiring of your home is a hot topic here on this blog, and it seems like D-Link's new product might make it a bit easier.This morning, networking company D-Link introduced a Coax Ethernet Adapter Kit that taps into existing coaxial wiring throughout the home, allowing the user to extend a network to devices at the entertainment system and to multiple rooms without interrupting cable service.
The networking company has announced its entrance to the enterprise Ethernet switch market, and says now is the right time.
Networking vendor Netgear has announced the voluntary recall yesterday of its XE103 Powerline Ethernet Adapter after test results confirmed the product could overheat and malfunction.
Global standards body the IEEE cannot decide whether the next Ethernet standard will be 40Gb or 100Gb because it's members, which include rival networking vendors such as Cisco and Nortel, are fighting amongst themselves.The Higher Speed Study Group (HSSG) is working on defining the rules for a standard faster than the current limit of 10Gbps.
Netgear’s DGFV338 is an excellent multifunction wireless router. A member of the ProSafe business-class product family, the DGFV338 offers reliability, ease of use and security, and even comes with a lifetime warranty.
Networking equipment maker announces new boards that will let its switches use 10-gigabit Ethernet as well as 20-gigabit InfiniBand.
The Ethernet Alliance is here to help networking companies promote the standard. This is precisely the wrong way around
Revenue derived from annual networking hardware shipments and from equipment that incorporates a home networking connection will jump from almost $9 bln in 2004 to over $21 bln in 2009, reports In-Stat. WLAN has now usurped Ethernet as the desired home network of choice, and is now dominated by multi-band 54 Mbps 802.
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