CRN Networking News

  • Channel Best--Sellers: Enterprise Wireless Networking
    Cisco Systems Inc. continued its hold on the channel's enterprise wireless networking market. No other vendor even came close, with Motorola Inc., Nortel Networks Corp., SonicWall Inc. and D-Link Systems rounding out the top five.
  • Vancouver startup's Business Central is making its presence felt as an office in-a-box networking startup

    Central Spark
    With top-tier vendors like Cisco Systems Inc., San Jose, Calif., 3Com Corp., Marlborough, Mass., and a host of others offering "office-in-a-box" technology, the road for a startup company trying to serve small-to-midsize businesses and corporate branches can be rocky.
  • Channel Best-Sellers: VPNs
    Sales of VPN solutions haven't been exactly going through the roof, as security vendors have been baking the technology into combined firewall and unified threat management offerings. However, Check Point Software Technologies Inc. continues to be a force to be reckoned with in this space, racking up the largest gains in sales of VPN through distribution in the 2006 to 2007 period.
  • Interview: Cisco's John Chambers
    Cisco's John Chambers talks about the future of networking, the state of the U.S. economy and what the next president can do for I.T.
  • Cisco's John Chambers tells partners it's time to pounce on the next market transition

    The New Network
    Cisco CEO John Chambers on how Web 2.0 and software-as-a-service will propel the network to the forefront of the IT industry.
  • Dell, Aruba Ink Reseller Deal
    Aruba's existing base of resellers won't be competing with Dell for new accounts, because they serve different areas.
  • AT&T Says Mobile TV Is Ready For Primetime
    AT&T says its Mobile TV service will be ready for viewing in May, despite a four-month delay. The wireless giant also unveiled two new devices that will feature the service.
  • How One Florida VAR Became A Wireless Mesh Expert Overnight
    Entech Computer Services had never sold a wireless mesh solution before. So when the the Fort Myers, Fla.-based solution provider got a call from a nearby high-end condominium complex, asking for help installing wireless Internet in 122 suites in 16 buildings on a six-acre property, the VAR knew it would need some help.
  • VAR Works Wireless Wonders
    When a Florida condo complex needed a working wireless infrastructure, it called on solution provider Entech Computer Services.