LAN switches that will carry Gigabit Ethernet traffic via copper wiring are being held up by delays in finishing the chips for the new high-speed technology.
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Visitors to the Networld+Interop show saw major network vendors take steps toward smarter, faster enterprise LANs.
Visitors to the NetWorld+Interop show floor, which opened here yesterday, will see major network vendors take steps toward smarter, faster enterprise LANs (local area networks).
IBM unveiled its plans for policy-based enterprise management, a strategy that will encompass servers, applications, and networks to bring users predictable response times and reliable security.
IBM was to unveil its plans yesterday for policy-based enterprise management, a strategy that will encompass servers, applications, and networks to bring users predictable response times and reliable security.
Virtual private network (VPN) capabilities will shift into a higher gear in 2000 after encryption co-processors from two hardware makers hit the market with 155Mbit/sec performance.
Cabletron Systems in the coming months will use its Spectrum network management platform and its traditional strength in enterprise network gear toward initiatives intended to raise the company's sagging profile.
Looking to spread deployment of storage area networks (SANs), 3Com will provide turnkey systems that combine Storage Technology's (StorageTek) storage devices and software with 3Com connectivity devices.
3Com's expected leap into wireless LANs later this year will leverage upcoming products from Symbol Technologies -- including portable phones, adapters, and hubs -- letting users make calls or exchange data across the LAN from anywhere within a networked building or campus.
3Com will be at the forefront of a line of networking companies that later this year will embrace an 11Mbit/sec wireless LAN (local area network) standard that has the potential to fundamentally change the work habits of every corporate user.
IBM next quarter plans to bring high-quality streaming video to enterprises over the Internet using a prototype network.
IBM and virtual private network vendor Ashley Laurent announced last week they plan to propose extending the IP Security (IPSec) protocol.
Nortel Networks yesterday announced moves to integrate its Optivity network management software with voice equipment and service-provider management offerings.
IBM Corp. and virtual private network vendor Ashley Laurent Inc. announced last week they plan to propose extending the IP Security (IPSec) protocol.
Cabletron Systems users and industry observers last week welcomed press reports that the company is seeking a buyer.