CRN Networking News


  • 10 Questions For Cisco's VoIP Gurus
    Two of Cisco Systems' VoIP experts, Barry O'Sullivan, senior vice president of voice technology, and Richard McLeod, director of unified communications solutions for worldwide channels, recently spoke with ChannelWeb about the changing VoIP market, the challenge of working with Microsoft as it pushes into the unified communications space and what it all means for channel partners.
  • Just because Blu-ray or HD-DVD can interpret high-resolution audio, doesn't mean a PC can deliver it. Here's what you need to know about PCs and the high-definition multimedia interface, or HDMI.


    Hi-Def Audio on a PC?
    Just because Blu-ray or HD-DVD can interpret high-resolution audio, doesn't mean a PC can deliver it. Here's what you need to know about PCs and the high-definition multimedia interface, or HDMI.
  • The Services Spin
    Tim Hebert, CEO of Atrion Networking, a solution provider in Warwick, R.I., discusses services opportunities around NAC.
  • Bake-Off: 3 Network Management Solutions Put To The Test
    Nowadays, connecting a device to the network is generally as simple as just plugging it in. On the other hand, knowing what's on the network, understanding what's happening and troubleshooting problems is getting more complex.
  • Review: Secure 'Access Anywhere
    Mention the word "wireless" to business managers and visions of "access anywhere" pop into their heads. Mention the same word to network administrators and security breaches come to mind.
  • Review: VoIP, Clean And Simple
    With all of the focus on VoIP right now, an increasing number of solution providers are looking for ways to break into the market with simple but powerful solutions.
  • Juniper CEO Confident of Future Growth
    Juniper Networks Wednesday raised its financial forecasts, predicting that 2007 will be a better year for the networking vendor than originally anticipated.
  • 3Com Attracting Potential Buyers
    3Com has attracted several potential buyers, including two private-equity firms and rival Nortel Networks, according to reports.
  • Slide Show: 802.11n Gear Gets The Stamp Of Approval
    Adoption of the draft 802.11n wireless standard has been slowed by imperfect early products, but new gear certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance is hitting the market. Here are some of the first products to pass the test.
  • Interview: RCM Technologies
    RCM Technologies senior networking engineers Mike Cadorette and Greg Herbst discuss the trends in network management and how to make the most out of vendor relationships.
  • VoIP Vendor's IPO Underway After Delay
    Shares of VoIP vendor ShoreTel Communications rose more than 36 percent Tuesday morning in its stock market debut after delaying its IPO pricing last week.
  • How to get noticed by the federal government and primes


    A Guide to Government Subcontracting
    Larry Allen, executive vice president of the Coalition for Government Procurement, offers advice on how to earn a place on federal contracts.
  • Pulling Profit Out of Thin Air
    Pulling Profit Out of Thin Air Overcoming those all-too-common wireless limitations present a significant opportunity for Solutions Providers as businesses rely more and more on un-tethered connectivity.Tuesday, July 17, 2007 at 2p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT

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