CRN Networking News


  • HP's ProCurve Looks To Move On Up
    Hewlett-Packard's ProCurve unit recently passed Nortel to take over the No. 2 slot in enterprise networking revenue and the number of ports shipped to businesses. Next in ProCurve's sights: Cisco, or at least parts of Cisco.
  • Zink Unveils Inkless Photo Printing
    At the Demo 07 conference, Zink Imaging introduced a new way to print color images without ink cartridges or ribbons. "Images magically appear on the Zink paper without a drop of ink," the company claims.
  • 3Com Takes on Cisco with Open Source Play
    3Com Monday unveiled its strategy to combat the all-in-one networking approach espoused by rival Cisco Systems via a new Linux-based networking module it will use to integrate a variety of applications with its routers and switches.
  • Trendnet delivers best price/performance but lacks Gigabit


    Review: 4 Routers Take Wi-Fi To Nth Level
    All right—so the high-speed 802.11n standard is still in draft form, but the channel doesn't want to wait to deliver solid, secure, high-performance wireless solutions to every corner of businesses of every size. What are the options?
  • Review: Web Creation Made Easy
    Microsoft is breathing new life into Web authoring and content creation with Expression Studio, its new Web development suite that takes on design software stalwart Adobe.
  • Review: Small Router Does It All
    SMBs' connectivity demands are on the rise. VARs can answer the call with Netgear's versatile ProSafe Gigabit VPN Firewall 25 FVS124G.
  • RuBee Seen As Alternative Protocol To RFID
    You have got used to ZigBee and are pondering the benefits of WiBree, so start getting used to yet another wireless networking protocol: RuBee, also known as IEEE 1902.1. The emerging standard is expected to give retailers and manufacturers an alternative to RFID for many applications.
  • Skype Unveils New Features For Business
    One day after eBay CEO Meg Whitman admitted the financial performance of the company's Skype operation was disappointing, the VoIP unit has updated its Skype for Business offerings.
  • Palm OS Clings To Life
    Mobile vendor Palm faces a challenge because it uses an operating system with an uncertain future, and it has a limited ability to change the perception that the "Palm OS is dead."
  • Intel Upgrades Centrino With 802.11n
    Intel is upgrading the wireless component inside its Centrino Duo mobile technology to make it easier for wireless computer users to download and play music, videos and movies.
  • Smartphone Platform Buyer's Guide
    Smartphones get attention for their sleek designs and multimedia pizzazz, but it's their operating systems that give them their genius. Hre's a business tech buyer's guide for the BlackBerry, Linux, Mac OS X, Palm, Symbian and Windows Mobile platforms.

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