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Cisco unveils new router for telecom carriers

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.

published May 25, 2004 by

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Is there still hope for tablet PCs?

The tablet PC, once touted as the executive's cool new gadget, is losing out in the portable PC market, as businesses are sticking with less-expensive laptops. But tablets are serving an important role in vertical markets such as health care. We visited a medical facility in Middleton, Conn., to take a look at how the computers are changing the way doctors do business.

published May 21, 2004 by

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Corporate workstation to go

The highlighter-size Xkey is designed to extend employee access to company Microsoft Exchange servers without a dedicated mobile computer. ZDNet's David Berlind talks with KeyComputing Managing Director Daniel Schreiber about the Xkey's features and security concerns.

published May 21, 2004 by

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Trade show on a train

Putting a new spin on trade shows, Siemens takes its marketing blitz on a 14-car, 1,000-foot train that has traveled the globe to showcase the company's latest technological advancements. Correspondent James Hilliard takes the tour with Siemens spokesman Steve Morgan.

published May 20, 2004 by

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What it takes to secure wireless

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.

published May 18, 2004 by

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Security is key for VoIP

While bottom-line savings are a popular draw to voice over Internet Protocol, ZDNet's David Berlind talks to Jeff Ridley of ShoreTel and David Heard of SecureLogix about the importance of securing the system against the same attacks that plague data networks.

published May 17, 2004 by

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Esther Dyson's world view

After a recent trip to Lebanon, CNET's Esther Dyson stresses the importance of being sensitive to local cultures and customs when expanding globally. She tells ZDNet's Dan Farber which companies she thinks are doing a good job and explains what international governments should do to secure U.S. investment.

published May 17, 2004 by

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Using BlackMagic to improve searches

Promising fast and efficient PC and network searches is the goal of BlackBall's BlackMagic, especially in the wake of Microsoft postponing the release WinFS until 2009. ZDNet's David Berlind talks with BlackBall Chief Executive Bob Brown.

published May 17, 2004 by

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Zeroing in on attacks

With network attacks on the rise, improving security was top of mind at this year's Networld+Interop conference in Las Vegas. ZDNet's David Berlind looks at two companies working to prevent attacks by monitoring unusual network behavior and quarantining offenses.

published May 13, 2004 by

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Intel wants to help park your car

IrisNet--a network of Webcams and sensors able to monitor locations ranging from the coast to the closest available parking space--is the latest from Intel Research. Researcher Phillip Gibbons gives CNET News.com correspondent James Hilliard a demonstration.

published May 10, 2004 by

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Samsung LCDs boast speed and control

Samsung adds new features and functionality to its LCD monitor line, including better response time and built-in, easier-to-use calibration software. Company spokeswoman Monica Islas shows James Hilliard a new display offering a wide variety of connectivity options.

published May 7, 2004 by

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Intel pitches pocket-size 'personal server'

Intel researchers are working to shrink a server to the size of a deck of cards and still offer useful storage and wireless capability. Correspondent James Hilliard talks to the researchers working on a variety of applications for what may become the "personal server."

published May 7, 2004 by

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