Articles about Networking
The popular Linux and Unix shell has a serious security problem that means real trouble for many web servers. Fortunately, a patch -- as source code -- is available.
Expected to be ready for service in 2016, the SEA-ME-WE 5 undersea cable system will span 20,000km between Singapore and France and provide connectivity to several markets including Malaysia, Myanmar, India, and Pakistan.
The Cortex M7 is designed for everything from appliances to edge routers to automotive, sensor hubs and industrial controls.
Microsoft's new wireless display adapter will allow devices running Windows 8.1 and Android 4.2.1 (and later) to connect to HDTVs, monitors and projectors.
According to the company, its modeling platform will allow what if scenarios for everything from IPv6 implementations, cyberattacks, virtualization and the Internet of things.
Huawei firms up its plans for a bigger push into managed IoT for mobile network operators.
Brocade says the controller was built continuously from the OpenDaylight Project, the company's open-source initiative focused on growing SDN and NFV technology.
The NSW government has followed Victoria’s lead, signing a deal with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to obtain exclusive rights to the .sydney top-level domain.
Germany, US, and UK top a broadband study which claims there is a link between spending on telecoms infrastructure and GDP.
Security concerns raised by US are not an issue for enterprise customers, says Chinese company as it aims at the corporate tech market.
The networking giant wants to speed up its networking gear in order to make datacenters faster. Why does that matter? You know those cloud-based apps that you use...
Businesses need security tools that are integrated, coordinated, and able to communicate with each other across the network to provide unified "context-aware" protection, says Sophos CTO.
The world's biggest mobile network equipment maker will shutter its loss-making unit, in the process handing pink slips to about 1,000 employees.
Once installed, AT&T is promising symmetric and asymmetric speeds ranging from 25 Mbps to 300 Mbps.
Flying and working will be getting more pleasant with Gogo reaching speeds of up to 70 Megabits per second.
Mitch Ratcliffe's Vista-Mac user experience comparison hit a driver-related bump in the road. Vista required a workaround to connect to Sprint's network. Here's the step-by-step guide to getting connected to Sprint's broadband wireless network.
Mitch Ratcliffe turns his examination of the user experiences with Windows Vista and Mac OS X to the increasingly prevalent Bluetooth networking technology and its implementation on the two systems.
Tech Networks of Boston builds a line of Earth PCs that use less power--saving money and energy.
Now, with Microsoft Windows Vista in the market, it is a good time to start looking at its resilience to people and code that would just assume do your system harm. In Windows Vista, Microsoft's built in firewall took a step forward from the one offered in Windows XP by offering outbound blocking. But does it get the job done? Not quite.For David Berlind's write-up on Vista's inadequate personal firewall, see his blog post post in ZDNet's TestBed blog.
Staff at Fujitsu Services held a mass rally this week as they demand more redundancy rights and better pay
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Here is a brief and random look at the tech industry year in review through the lens of my Nikon D70.
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The planet's best and worst, as seen by ESA's satellites<br /><br />
Fibre optic cables to be run through the sewers
A kernel-level driver exploit for Broadcom-based Wireless LAN devices for Windows 2000 and XP has been released. A Linksys-branded driver can provide immediate protection until the correctly branded drivers are released. Follow this step-by-step procedure.
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Some hospitals in the United States are using broadband technology to improve patient care and cope with a national shortage of critical care physicians. Correspondent James Hilliard visits Sutter General Hospital in Sacramento, Calif., where patients in the intensive care unit are being monitored by doctors a mile away in a control room called the eICU.
Digital cable-ready televisions are on the market, and they don't need seperate set-top boxes to decode digital signals. Correspondent James Hilliard asks ABI Research's Vamsi Sistla for details on a new technology that still has a ways to go before entering the common living room.
Cisco Systems CEO John Chambers and Mike Volpi, general manager of the company's Routing Technology Group, show off the Carrier Routing System-1, which offers a system capacity of 92 terabits per second and enables large carriers to deliver higher volumes of Internet traffic.
What are the biggest challenges to keeping wireless networks secure? ZDNet's David Berlind talks with United Parcel Service Vice President Cathy Calagee, Hewlett-Packard Chief Technologist Paul Congdon and STSN Security Executive Stephen Cobb about what it takes to safeguard wireless networks today.
A Gartner expert weighs in on Bill Gates' RSA Conference announcement of Microsoft's new, "proactive" approach for network security.
At OracleWorld in San Francisco, Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina lists the five challenges of grid computing and what HP is doing to meet them.