CRN Networking News

  • Network integrator focuses on education, branching out to SMB

    Infinity And Beyond
    Born in 2000, Infinity Network Solutions Inc. (2008 CRN Fast Growth rank 67) started out primarily as an IT consultancy. Today, with more than 40 employees, it is a full-fledged network integrator. Focused mainly on the K-12 state and local government and education (SLED) market, Macon, Ga.-based Infinity recently has made a foray into the small to midsize market, primarily companies with 25 to 200 employees. Company President Robert Betzel shared some insights on markets worth pursuing and on challenges ahead.
  • Agito Networks Names New CEO
    Fixed-mobile convergence vendor Agito Networks hires a 24-year telecommunications veteran as its new chief executive.
  • How To Add Internet Printing To A Network Infrastructure
    Yes, the times dictate: Digital information is master. Yet sometimes you've just got to have a hard copy. Sometimes, it's where someone is stuck in a remote corner of the globe in a location that barely has comfortable bedding, let alone on-site printing capabilities.
  • A Solution Provider Turns Enviro-Conscious VoIP Data Into Sales Hooks

    Finding The Green In VoIP Power Consumption
    With "green" being the IT buzzword du jour, VARs are looking to gain leverage by highlighting the power consumption, or lack thereof, of the solutions they offer.
  • A new generation of innovators is giving VARs powerful new tools to drive success. It's also saving the industry.

    Smashing Limits
    This is how innovation works: Big advances in technology create huge ripples--ripples that drive advances throughout the technology chain and create value and opportunity for everyone.
  • Top 10 Recycled Mobile Phones Of 2008
    The lifecycle of a mobile phone is shrinking. To highlight which devices consumers are getting rid of most often, ReCellular, an electronics recycling services firm, has put out its list of the top 10 recycled mobile devices of 2008.
  • Proxim Takes On 11n Wi-Fi
    Proxim Wireless unveiled a pair of 802.11n access points that the vendor said can hit throughput rates of up to 320 Mbps.
  • Sprint To Offer Voluntary Buyouts
    Thursday brings another company in financial trouble and another belt-tightening move involving employees; but at least it's not officially terminating workers ... yet.
  • Linksys' Top Exec Leaves Post
    The top executive and a longtime channel veteran has left his position with the Cisco-owned company to spend time with his family, ChannelWeb has learned.