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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Where are the sub-2Mbps users? And which city has the highest take-up of fat pipes? Ofcom takes a look...
Ofcom has published an interactive map demonstrating the speed and quality of fixed broadband connectivity, as well as broadband take-up, around the UK
Computer Aid International's ZubaBox project moves into its next phase...
The West London datacentre is set to triple in size, so it can serve as a capacity spillover for Telecity's multitude of Docklands and City datacentres
One of the things I loved about my Palm Pre Plus was the Touchstone inductive charger. Energizer has a Qi-enabled charging pad that works in partnership with a special back available on the Samsung Droid Charge. There are also charging solutions for various iPhone and BlackBerry models.
The T-Mobile Rocket 3.0 USB stick supports their fastest 42.2 Mbps data network and performed quite well.
The Slough-based facility is preparing to expand as the company builds its UK cloud, adopts new cooling techniques and seeks to increase efficiency
The fibre broadband company Geo took ZDNet UK down an east London sewer to inspect the cabling it uses to deliver high-capacity connectivity to the capital's businesses
Verizon rolled out the HTC ThunderBolt in March with support for its blazing fast LTE network. The Samsung Droid Charge was released just over a week ago and has an amazing Super AMOLED Plus display to go with that same blazing network.
Bill Detwiler cracks open the HTC ThunberBolt. Verizon’s first 4G LTE smartphone has chips from Qualcomm, Broadcom, SanDisk, Micron, and Atmel.
There are a number of Bluetooth wireless headset available today and Outdoor Technology delivers the Bluetooth Tags with quality construction, good sound quality, and a design that makes it easy to let them rest around your neck when not actively in use. They came up with the name from the "dog tag" way that the earpieces hang down from your neck.
A few days ago a 64-bit Windows Server 8 build was leaked onto the internet and a number of you have been firing questions at me regarding this build.
BladeRoom's datacentre factory, located just east of the Welsh border, is where the company assembles, tests and calibrates its datacentre modules, which are shipped to companies around the world
Bill Detwiler cracks open the $180 RAMOS MID W9 Android Tablet. This low-price tablet has chips from Samsung, Hynix, Rockchip, and Analogix.
A sampling of the new Android tablets on display at CTIA 2011