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Cisco phases out 1700, 2600 and 3700 series routers

Apr 10, 20062 mins

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Cisco phases out 1700, 2600 and 3700 series routers, 04/10/06

Cisco is retiring three of its multi-service router platforms, including the 2600 – one of the most widely-deployed WAN products for enterprise branches and mid-size businesses.

High-Speed LANs Newsletter: PowerDsine touts deployment, settles patent dispute, 04/06/06

All major switch manufacturers support Power over Ethernet, but PowerDsine has carved out a niche by providing a bridge between the non-PoE world and emerging …

High-Speed LANs Newsletter: Start-up makes 10 Gigabit Ethernet adapters available, 04/04/06

Start-up NetXen last week started shipping 10 Gigabit Ethernet server adapters and revealed that HP and IBM plan to use its technology in future products.

Samsung to deploy WiMAX in Michigan, 04/10/06

Samsung Monday said it will supply a WiMAX network to Arialink for a high-speed mobile broadband service scheduled to launch in Michigan in early 2007.

Test: Ruckus delivers wireless multimedia performance, 04/10/06

Multimedia (voice and video) is the next big thing to travel over a wireless LAN. While products designed specifically for multimedia traffic are geared mostly to the residential market, it’s clear that improving video quality over a WLAN link will also interest businesses.

Cellular, Wi-Fi convergence on display, 04/10/06

Announcements at last week’s CTIA Wireless show reveal the outlines of emerging hybrid wireless networks, which will let mobile devices use an array of wireless technologies to stay connected with carrier- and enterprise-based applications.