Cisco Systems is the undisputed leader in the networking space, but HP has acquired 3Com in an effort to close the gap. In addition, Juniper Networks is a strong No. 2 to Cisco among telecommunication firms and enterprises. With video consumption set to explode, networking requirements will boom too.
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There were a bounty of new products on display at CES 2012 for all sorts of purposes. Here are a quartet of goodies from a trio of makers that I tried out while visiting the show and could prove useful on any trip.
Industry insiders share their highs and lows of 2011 and what they hope to achieve in the new year as big data, cloud computing and IT consumerization trends continue to dominate.
Everything Everywhere and BT have demoed their ongoing 4G trial in Cornwall, which is providing speeds of up to 20Mbps to people in rural areas without the need for fixed-line broadband connections
Social history of tech-based fear - from filaments of death to instruments of the devil...
Intel celebrates its 40th anniversary with a look at the chips that made it famous.
A teardown of the Amazon Kindle Fire, with a sneaky look of what's inside, and how it works.
There are plenty of wireless speaker solutions out there, but the Jambox from Jawbone really sets the bar with a small size and big sound that blew me away. Is this little speaker worth the $199.99?
This gallery pays homage to several sub-$1,000 options worth the SMB manager’s notice. All of these desktops come with Windows 7 Home and boast various wireless and wired networking connectivity options.
Ofcom has published its first UK telecoms infrastructure report, which shows that large areas of the country have little or no 3G coverage at all
The London datacentre is being revamped to bring full hot and cold aisle containment to every floor, with the aim of increasing power efficiency without forcing customers to change hardware
Behind the scenes look at preparations for Formula 1 race in Singapore this weekend. Also, find out how machine-to-machine technology in car racing can be adapted to other industries.
Amid the pending crash of the Nasa climate satellite from Earth's orbit, ZDNet takes a look at other gadgets, products and services that crashed and burned.
From wooden huts and thatched mushrooms to glass coffins - via the classic red phone box...
Many people use their smartphones when working out and since all of them now include Bluetooth wireless technology it is very convenient to use a wireless headset too. JayBird provides a headset with a 100% lifetime sweat proof warranty.
The Celebrity Equinox cruise ship has three datacentres serving 17 decks, 1,600 Mac Minis and up to 2,852 passengers