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Pioneer 9.2-Channel Receiver

Model SC-1523, Network A/V receiver that boasts Class D3 amplification, extensive format support, routing and functionality and unsurpassed sound quality. Regularly $1700.

June 23, 2014

Big Switch Networks Open SDN

Making network routing more programmable and sub-networks more dynamic is an important step in creating networks that are as agile of virtual servers and virtual storage. Big Switch Networks thinks that its Open SDN is a must have. Will its competitors agree?

March 29, 2012 by

NextGen brings IP speeds up to 100Gbps

Nextgen Networks today said that it had achieved 100 Gigabits per second integration between internet protocol routing infrastructure and optic equipment over its fibre-optic network, which it says is a necessary step for the delivery of many broadband-based services.

September 6, 2010 by

Woolies cashes in on Visa, MasterCard snub

Retail giant Woolworths today said that it expected to save millions by routing all Visa and MasterCard debit card transactions through its EFTPOS network as opposed to using Visa and MasterCard networks.

March 31, 2010 by

Austrian Airlines

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December 15, 2014 by Austrian Airlines AG

Network security and fun with routing

I've been reviewing the use of DHCP as an attack vector -and what I found is the usual thing: most of the attacks follow highly traditional paths with a ten year history of increasingly clever solutions to increasingly clever variations on the same themes. Great, except that it seems to me there's an easy and virtual foolproof way of using DCHP with NAT to blow holes in just about anybody's network "security."

February 19, 2010 by

Ads not fit to print

Open source software projects, such as that behind Vyatta's network virtualization technology, are typically the product of a very creative community.  Not only do community members develop interesting technology (see Vyatta - changing the world of routers, firewalls and VPNs and Vyatta Open Source Routing and Security Software), they often demonstrate creativity in many other ways.

May 25, 2009 by

Cisco Systems

While Cisco Systems' core development areas continue to be in routing and switching, it also provides advanced technologies such as IP communications, application networking services and network security.

November 27, 2008 by

New algorithm speeds up networks

Routing scalability has always been a problem in networking research. Now, computer scientists at UC San Diego (UCSD) have developed a new algorithm to improve the routing efficiency of networks. 'Called XL, for approximate link state, the algorithm increases network routing efficiency by suppressing updates from parts of the system -- updates which force connected networks to continuously re-calculate the paths they use in the great matrix of the Internet.' The results presented today at the ACM SIGCOMM Conference show that XL outperforms standard algorithms, in some cases reducing the number of routing messages ten-fold. But read more...

August 19, 2008 by

Cisco plugs holes in Voice Portal, SSH implementation

It's Patch Day in the land of Cisco.The network routing and switching giant today released three security bulletins with patches for multiple vulnerabilities affecting the Cisco Voice Portal and the Secure Shell server (SSH) implementation in Cisco IOS.

May 21, 2008 by

Cisco.com goes dark on patch day

On the same day Cisco released patches for multiple operating system and software vulnerabilities, the network routing and switching vendor suffered an outage that knocked the Cisco.com offline for about three hours.

August 9, 2007 by

NSW Commerce Dept accelerates WAN upgrade

The New South Wales Department of Commerce is pushing ahead with plans to upgrade its wide area network covering 75 sites in the state, going to market this week for core routing equipment.The department's general manager, Information Management and Technology, Geoff Tye, highlighted the upgrade as an imminent project when he spoke with ZDNet Australia in late August.

October 18, 2006 by

Telstra's next-generation edge takes shape

Telstra has started to take delivery of routing equipment from vendor Tellabs as part of the the telco's next-generation network build-out, with the vendor partnering with a local contractor for network design and construction. Telstra announced in November it would build a next-generation network, with Tellabs supplying the edge-routing component.

April 12, 2006 by

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