Video Networking

  • ShadowRAM: March 10, 2003
    Look out, Cisco Systems. 3Com is gearing up to take on the networking market leader by acquiring Foundry Networks. Sources say the deal is in the final stages. Foundry, which has been struggling, would provide 3Com with the firepower to move higher up the enterprise networking food chain with new modular switch lines, Layer 4-7 switches and even 10 Gigabit switches. 3Com, by the way, has about $1.4 billion in cash in the bank.
  • BEA Mulls Reseller Plan
    BEA Systems plans to extend a pilot program that gives resale rights to its solution provider partners.
  • Partners Leverage Each Other
    Sun Microsystems partners are engaged in teaming efforts of their own to try to support Sun's new solutions-oriented sales model.
  • CA Offers SAN Certification
    Computer Associates International is offering enterprise solution providers and their end-user customers industrywide SAN certification via a discounted training and testing program.
  • Intel: Xeon Channel Sales Poised To Double
    The channel can expect Intel to continue shipping a steady number of Xeon server processors, but solution providers shouldn't wait for the market for Itanium chips on the desktop to ripen anytime soon, Intel executives and solution providers said during a key conference last week.
  • Intel Puts Mucscle Behind Centrino Mobile Agenda
    Intel is hoping to goose notebook sales through the channel next week when it launches its new Centrino mobile architecture, but solution providers say the technology's success will hinge on extended battery life, aggressive price points and a clear marketing message.