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Privately held Allied Telesyn, Network General, Stratus stand out in industry

Apr 24, 20062 mins

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NW 200 Special Issue: Privately held Allied Telesyn, Network General, Stratus stand out in industry, 04/24/06

These three privately held vendors stand out in an industry dominated by public giants and venture-funded start-ups.

Alcatel, SMC have LAN wares on tap, while Radware, Stampede and Coyote Point push new gear …, 04/24/06

Several Ethernet and application switch vendors plan to announce products at the Interop show next week that are intended to make high-speed network gear more affordable and help users boost application performance and security

Cisco sets up R&D lab at Hanoi university, 04/21/06

Cisco Friday said it has teamed up with Hanoi University of Technology to open an R&D lab in Vietnam.

Nortel to adjust restatements, delay earnings report, 04/21/06

Nortel said it would file first-quarter results in June after determining that revenue restatements for 2005, 2004 and 2003 had to be adjusted.

Avici surges in Q1, 04/20/06

Avici Systems this week doubled first quarter revenue from a year ago and recorded its first profit, before special charges.

Companies set sights on 10GBase-T adapter, 04/20/06

Solarflare Communications and Level 5 Networks earlier this week announced they have signed an agreement to merge, and coming out with one of the first …

Korean firm challenges Juniper in app acceleration, 04/20/06

Application acceleration vendor GlobalDarwin will make its U.S. debut at the Interop show, with the likes of Cisco and Juniper in its sites. The Korea-based company, which makes the SmartCDSTM Web acceleration platform, is looking to build on its …

Routers Weblog: Nortel to end free switch software downloads, 04/19/06

Users with Nortel LAN switches that are not under an up-to-date support contract won’t be able to get the latest software updates and patches as of July 1. Nortel had in the past made software updates and patches available for its BayStack and …

Routers Weblog: IPS and 10G taste great together, Force10 says, 04/18/06

You could say Force10 is taking the Reese’s approach to building a security product. But instead of dipping peanut butter in chocolate, the vendor is sticking advanced IDS/IPS processing power into its super-fast 10G Ethernet hardware. Announced this …

High-Speed LANs Newsletter: Trapeze Networks expands WLAN options, 04/18/06

Wireless LAN equipment maker Trapeze Networks has been busy lately, and this week the company demonstrated “seamless” mobility between a Wi-Fi network …