Video Networking

  • Zollar Replaced As Lotus Chief
    Cambridge, Mass. -- Lotus has replaced Al Zollar as general manager of the IBM subsidiary with longtime Big Blue executive Ambuj Goyal, less than two weeks before Lotusphere, IBM Software Group's biggest event.
  • Sony Shows Off Wireless Wares AT CES
    A miniature wireless device that's sophisticated enough to recognize speech and faces, a Clie handheld and new display technology that promises better viewing and reduced power consumption were among the products highlighted by Sony at this week's Consumer Electronics Show.
  • IBM Outsourcing Rolls On
    Continuing plans to outsource much of its PC manufacturing, IBM last week signed separate deals with Sanmina-SCI and Solectron to manufacture workstations and desktops as well as handle custom configuration of ThinkPad notebooks.
  • Cisco, IBM To Pair Up For SAN Solutions
    At this week's RBC Capital Market System Area Network conference here, Cisco Systems executives said the company is on track to roll out its new line of SAN switches this year and to build on its foundation of networking channels.
  • Storage Vendors Project Higher Sales, Earnings
    Executives at storage vendors EMC, StorageTek, McData and Dot Hill Systems last week unveiled preliminary financial reports and said earnings for their most recent fiscal quarters should be higher than expected.
  • Networks Hit Home
    It's not just your castle; it's your platform. Home networks are becoming an integral part of the computing landscape as the line between systems used for entertainment and business steadily continues to blur.
  • Feeling Befuddled
    I ran out of the house this morning without my handy handheld/telephone, and I feel utterly discombobulated. Forgetting something is not a surprising occurrence for one who routinely forgets to put on earrings or a watch, but it was disconcerting nonetheless. I'm not used to completely unstructured days or traveling without a cellular phone.