Articles about Networking
The companies hope that the alliance will fuel breakthroughs in a range of areas from mobility though Big Data to the IoT.
The Israeli 'franchise' of the technology innovator is remaking networks - and where it leads is anyone's guess, says CEO Danny Raz.
Lenovo's Superfish debacle seems to have drawn the ire of the Lizard Squad hackers.
HP's new enterprise IT spinoff could be strengthened with the acquisition of Aruba Networks.
RightScale's cloud survey shows the hybrid and public clouds growing at the expense of private clouds.
"When you tear apart a company that's been built up over many years through acquisition, through different systems being merged together, it's remarkable what you find," says HP CEO Meg Whitman.
The bigger purpose behind RingCentral's new cloud platform is another stab at killing off legacy business phone systems.
An Internet of Things strategy can help reduce daily cost operations for businesses, but only if it's extracting the right data, new research from Microsoft and Telsyte has revealed.
Will House of Cards Season 3 binge-watchers kill the Internet? If past is prologue, probably not.
Thanks to changes in the web's fundamental protocol, it is going to get faster and safer.
New Zealand has topped an OECD report in fibre-based broadband uptake growth, with the country seeing a 272 percent surge in new fibre subscriptions for the year ending June 2014.
Wall Street was looking for earnings of at least 24 cents per share with $569.75 million in revenue.
The bad news is that Lenovo ever put Superfish on their consumer laptops. The good news is that it's not that hard to get rid of it.
T-Mobile has an interesting 2015 shaping up. Unknown is how larger rivals will ultimately respond to its relentless promotions.
Vocus is set to increase its capacity on the undersea cable connecting Australia and New Zealand with the United States by 10 percent, after entering a $58.5 million purchase program deal for the extra capacity.
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
In our ongoing testing of wireless ADSL2+ modem/routers, we bring you the top 10 so far. Of course, everyone has a horror story about each, so feel free to comment below on the frustration within.
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
Defibrillator machines coming to communities' kiosks...
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...
Greater broadband access will not necessarily mean better resilience or business continuity, according to Cabinet Office comms expert Nigel Brown
ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das speaks with senior editor Sam Diaz about the efforts of Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace to up their Web 2.0 game. Diaz also discusses the significance of the Sun-Oracle deal to the data center market and the rumors swirling around Apple and Verizon. Will there be an alternative to AT&T for iPhone users?
At RSA in San Francisco, Lt. General Keith Alexander talks about how the NSA is working on methods to secure online networks. He outlines two strategies: working with other nations to create an early warning system, and offering strong technical support within the NSA.
Drew Martin, CIO of Sony Electronics, describes how the company is targeting social networking sites to get better customer feedback and enable development on its next generation of products.
At the CTIA Wireless 2009 Conference in Las Vegas, Clearwire's co-chairman, Benjamin Wolff, announces the launch of the Silicon Valley WiMax Innovation Network. The 20-square-mile "sandbox" will give developers free access to create and test applications for a 4G network.
At the Green: Net '09 Conference in San Francisco, Jesse Berst, managing director of Global Smart Energy, breaks the smart grid down into three components: smart devices, two-way communication, and advanced control systems. He explains what each component adds but says it's not just about the components--it's also the value you can build on top of them.
At the Green: Net '09 Conference in San Francisco, Bob Metcalfe, a general partner at Polaris Venture Partners, explained how Washington actually helped the Internet, and where the best place to look for green innovations now are. He says that as the enternet--the energy network--develops, creators will look to the structure of the Internet as a guide.
Apple makes great claims for Safari 4 Beta. See how those claims stack up against its rivals
The ExoServer XL is a good choice for protecting an Internet-connected network, but not so hot when it comes to more mundane server functionality.
The NetPilot Plus excels as a security appliance, and is best viewed in this light rather than as a general-purpose server.
The EmergeCore IT-100 has an impressive set of features, but is let down by a lack of documentation and tricky deployment.
The Net-Box is an affordable solution for small offices and homes, but it lacks some of the security and management features offered by the competition.
NETGEAR WGT634U Wireless Media Router
The VSX 3000 saves space and hassle for regular video conferencers by allowing calls to be made from the desktop. Just don't knock it around too much.
Telstra's wireless service is for Australian road warriors who don't mind paying big bucks for maximum mobility.According to the Telstra, its existing CDMA network covers about one-fifth of the Australian landmass and over 98 percent of the population.
The nx9110 offers a good compromise between performance, features and price for the mobile executive.The HP Compaq Business Notebook nx9110 is aimed primarily at business travelers, but that doesn't mean you can't have fun with it.
The WG511T is a good choice for speed demons and those looking for a long-range PC Card wireless networking adapter.There are three reasons you should consider Netgear's WG511T if you're shopping for a wireless networking adapter: it's easy to use, it's very fast, and it delivers the best range we've seen to date in a PC Card adapter.
The DVC-1000 is an easy-to-use videoconferencing option for broadband users who don't want to be tethered to their PCs.
An excellent, if pricey, video conferencing solution, primarily aimed at business users within the corporate firewall.
A versatile connectivity solution for Handspring Visor users.