Video Networking


  • Sun Sees The Light
    This week the wraps came off a brand new Sun Microsystems. The Scott McNealy that trekked to Linux World to launch the company's LX50 servers was in many ways the anti-McNealy: a proponent of Intel's x86 platform, 32-bit computing, Linux, small business and even the solution provider channel. Only the wisecracks about Microsoft remain of the old McNealy.
  • The Silent Majority
    Call them the CPU Guys. Brothers Tom and Patrick Derosier are the owners of a five-year-old, small-and-growing systems-builder, hosting and Web-design business that is appropriately enough called the CPU Guys.
  • Hard Facts: August 19, 2002
    The overall level of solution provider satisfaction with hardware vendors' channel programs edged higher in July after two months of unusual volatility, according to CRN's monthly Channel Satisfaction Survey.
  • Unisys Gets $1 Billion Transportation Security Deal
    The Transportation Security Administration, the agency formed in wake of the Sept. 11 attacks to secure the nation's 429 commercial airports, named Unisys as the key IT and services provider for its IT Managed Services Program.
  • Visualware Eases Network Monitoring
    Monitoring enterprise networks is a complex process that often creates more questions than it answers. Visualware aims to simplify the monitoring and reporting process with VisualProfile Enterprise Edition 2.0d.

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