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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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Globe Telecom considers G.fast after 4G

Globe Telecom considers G.fast after 4G

Philippines telecommunications giant Globe Telecom has indicated that it may choose to use G.fast VDSL technology to reach buildings where legacy copper can't be replaced with fibre and fixed wireless can't cope with demand.

published November 13, 2014 by

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Image Gallery: T-Mobile Talk Forever HotSpot @Home service

Image Gallery: T-Mobile Talk Forever HotSpot @Home service

T-Mobile may not have a 3G data network, but they are on the cutting edge with helping people ditch their home phones and use VoIP services. The latest service allows you to use your standard home cordless phone with a new T-Mobile line. The service does require a new special modem, available for US$50 with 2-year commitment.

published February 21, 2008 by

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Why content filtering is not enough

Even with firewalls and content-filtering systems in place, critical information continues to leak outside organizations, according to Raj Dhingra of PortAuthority Technologies . He says what's needed is a different approach -- one that is based on learning specific data, rather than merely matching patterns and keywords.

published February 28, 2006 by

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Sun introduces UltraSparc T1-based servers

At a press event in New York, Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy and Sun Executive Vice President David Yen unveil the Sun Fire T2000 and T1000 servers, which use the UltraSparc T1 processor. Yen explains how the chip is innovative and socially responsible.

published December 6, 2005 by

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Intel CEO sees global network

In an interview at Silicon Valley's Churchill Club, Paul Otellini calls WiMax "disruptive technology." The chipmaker chief tells NPR's Moira Gunn where he thinks the wireless standard can lead communications.

published December 2, 2005 by

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Intel CEO on energy costs

In a conversation with NPR's Moira Gunn at a Churchill Club event, Otellini says using less energy and shifting to parallelism (multicore chips) are key initiatives for the chip industry. The chipmaker chief says Google's costs today for electricity outpace those for hardware.

published December 2, 2005 by

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The Google galaxy

What's the obsession with Google? Is it justified? ZDNet Editor-in-Chief Dan Farber looks at Google's growing business and its services, such as Wi-Fi, maps, desktop search, Base, Froogle, and Gtalk, and predicts where the company is heading. He says while the Google massive mash-up does justify the obsession, it's still in beta.

published November 30, 2005 by

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Netflix CEO: Broad selection of broadband

Reed Hastings, Netflix CEO, talks to News.com's Charles Cooper at the TechNet Innovation Summit. Where's our broadband going to come from?Hastings says there'll be a variety of competing sources, but it will get here without the federal government being involved.

published November 16, 2005 by

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