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With a partner network numbering thousands, PC maker Lenovo turned to the cloud for secure, time-sensitive access authorisation.
The organisation that oversees global IP address allocation is urging network operators around the world to adopt the latest internet protocol version, IPv6, as the global supply of IPv4 addresses reaches a critical level.
D-Link's network video recorder is aimed at small businesses requiring an IP-based video surveillance system that isn't too complex or expensive.
The acquisition will help bolster McAfee's position in network security, which could be a further in-road to the enterprise where such solutions are absolutely vital. It also gives Intel a lucrative side project away from the ailing PC market.
Avaya contributes to the fabric networking buzz with a new option that should support up to tens of thousands of video streams versus just hundreds previously.
Singapore telco contracts Nokia Siemens Networks to upgrade its core infrastructure to an all-IP network and deploy a nationwide 3G radio network on the 900MHz band.
Contract win for Chinese telecom equipment vendor has sparked security concerns, but state-owned telco asserts that it followed security guidelines during the procurement process.
In addition to jumping on the Windows Phone 8 bandwagon, the mobile carrier is trying its hand at hawking Windows 8 slates.
CEO of L99.com plans to sue social networking giant, claims he has video evidence of Facebook CEO attending lecture where he introduced feature.
Telstra is looking to give business customers on its private Next IP network greater control over their network traffic, is and launching what the company calls "application-aware networking".
What is a Raspberry Pi, and why is it so deliciously priced? Is the new Conficker worm coming for your PC? What is Vodafone's network guarantee, and why are we all enemies of the internet?
Amazon Web Services has released a product that separates its rentable servers — 'instances' — from their IP addresses.The Elastic Network Interface (ENI) product was released by Amazon on Wednesday.
As long-term evolution (LTE) networks, such as Telstra's new 4G network, bring about super fast mobile broadband to consumers across the globe, they could also potentially open up smartphones, tablets and other devices to hacks that previously only concerned PC users, according to network vendor Alcatel-Lucent.
In another life and another time, I ran the network testing program at PC Magazine. Back then, Mag (as it was called) evaluated application and device performance primarily on 10Mbps (gasp) or later a 100Mbps Ethernet link -- pretty much the state of the art then.
CompuExpert is beefing up the traditional network streaming device with the new McTiVia, which is being boasted as the "first networkable device" that brings all content from a PC to a TV wirelessly.
The University of South Australia has made the decision to ditch its existing telephony network and move to IP telephony with NEC, replacing 6500 extensions over the next 12 months.
Having a server at home is getting to be common - but you probably don't call it a server. You call it a PogoPlug or a Time Capsule or a NAS box or a network drive (or less likely 'that old PC I fixed up for sharing').
Honeyd gives small companies the chance to get the same level of security big companies do by maintaining an old PC on their network to attract and capture malware for further study.
Attacks that blend techniques to evade detection are slipping past network defences, according to security company Stonesoft.Individual evasion techniques such as packet fragmentation and IP header spoofing are currently detected by network defence tools, Stonesoft chief executive Ilkka Hiidenheimo told ZDNet UK on Monday.
Cisco intends to acquire San Francisco-based Arch Rock Corp., developer of IP wireless network technology for the smart grid.