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  • ShadowRAM: November 13, 2006
    Cingular Wireless last week denied, denied, denied that the handsets they dole out with their voice and data plans are running amok due to a batch of faulty SIM cards.
  • Review: SonicWall Appliance Introduces WWAN Support
    Deployment flexibility is becoming more and more important for today's security products. VARs are seeking products that can bring security to most any environment, while still creating new opportunities and offering advanced capabilities. SonicWall has listened to the demands of the channel with the creation of the SonicWall TZ190 appliance.
  • Shedding Light On WANs
    End users want high performance, low overhead and cost-effective networking infrastructures.
  • Cisco Seeking VoIP Masters
    Cisco Systems Monday launched its much-anticipated Master Unified Communications specialization, a new top-level badge for partners with the skill set to deliver complex VoIP solutions.
  • Briefs: November 6, 2006
    Microsoft and Novell have announced a historic pact that seeks to bridge the technical, legal and financial divide that separates the Windows and SUSE Linux worlds.
  • VARs Hop On Wi-Fi And Cellular Convergence
    With more and more vendors laying groundwork to make the convergence of Wi-Fi and cellular technologies a reality, VARs say they are getting ready for a communications shift that will drive WLAN, VoIP, applications and services sales.
  • Demand Generator: Uri Zilberman, RADirect
    Even a technologically savvy customer needs guidance and information on products and systems sometimes. RADirect, a solution provider in Mahwah, N.J., has built its relationship with the Spokane School District in Washington with that in mind and has become a trusted technology adviser to the school district's IT team.
  • Screen Time
    The digital signage market is ready for its close-up and the potential opportunities are everywhere: hospitals, casinos, restaurants, movie theaters, corporate environments—the list goes on. Poised to fuel $2 billion in revenue by 2009, the space is a prime-time opportunity for solution providers able to sell into this market.
  • High On 3Com
    Solution providers attending the 3Com partner Summit last week came away with high hopes after hearing new President and CEO Edgar Masri's pledge to right the wrongs of the past. If he succeeds, the company and its partners stand to give rivals in the SMB infrastructure space a run for their money.
  • 3Com Hopes Its New Unified Switch Is A Hit
    In what partners hope is the first of many innovative product lines to be rolled out on new President and CEO Edgar Masri's watch, 3Com last week launched what it is calling a unified switch.
  • Is It Time To Cut Ties?
    Back in the early days of the channel, specialization often meant forging an unusually tight relationship with a particular technology vendor and knowing its products inside out.

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