CRN Networking News


  • Apple Unveils 802.11n Wireless Base Station
    Lost among the hoopla over the iPhone, Apple on Tuesday quietly launched a new AirPort Extreme Base Station wireless access point that supports 802.11n, the still-unsanctioned wireless LAN/Wi-Fi protocol that boasts faster transmission speeds and greater range.
  • Cisco's Chambers: Connected Home Will Create Massive Network Loads
    Cisco Systems Chairman and CEO John Chambers Tuesday showed off his vision of the connected home of the future and promised attendees of the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show that they "haven't seen anything yet" in terms of the amount of traffic that will flow over the network as video and multimedia take hold in the home market.
  • Cisco Teams With Jabber For Collaborative Messaging
    Jabber, Inc., a real-time messaging company, on Tuesday plans to announce the integration of its Jabber Extensible Communications Platform (Jabber XCP) with Cisco's Unified MeetingPlace conferencing product, bringing video, voice, and Web conferencing to customers through the Jabber Messenger client.
  • Evolve Technologies fits shoe company with converged network and telephony solution


    Keeping Up With Crocs
    That kind of growth required a rapidly scaling IT infrastructure, and Boulder, Colo.-based solution provider Evolve Technologies paved every step of the way.
  • Qwest Asks Agents To Take A Pay Cut
    Qwest Communications is asking its master agent partners to take a pay cut, based on proposed changes to the commission structure of its Master Representative Agreement.
  • The New AT&T: Wireless At Its Heart
    The new AT&T will increasingly be a wireless communications company that also generates income from advertising and offers television and broadband data services.
  • Cisco Buys Into Digital Signage
    Cisco Systems unveils plans to acquire a digital signage vendor, planting a stake in a market the vendor has claimed as its next emerging technology area.
  • Living In The New Age Of Voice And Wireless
    While voice over IP was capturing most of the attention among VARs in this year's Networking State of Technology survey, other technologies such as wireless LANs and mobile computing were holding ground as well.

  • Why VoIP For SMBs Is Hot
    It might be that their CEOs have heard the buzz about Skype and Vonage. Or it may be because it's time to upgrade the 6-year-old PBX systems they bought in the wake of Y2K. Whatever the reasons, businesses of all sizes have become extremely interested in Voice-over-IP.
  • Packeteer Tackles YouTube Videos on Corporate Networks
    Packeteer introduces new modules for its WAN optimization and application acceleration wares that aim to rein in Flash video traffic on enterprise networks, including streaming video content from sources such as YouTube, MySpace and network television Websites.

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