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New server chips carry hidden cost

Jul 19, 20042 mins

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New server chips carry hidden cost, 07/19/04

In the rush to roll out servers that put multiple processors on a chip, IBM, Intel, Sun and others inadvertently are raising software costs for users.

Opinion: Networking your garden, 07/19/04

This week, a summer distraction and complete geek-out as we network our garden irrigation system.

Allied Telesyn, Sphere team on enterprise VoIP, 07/15/04

Allied Telesyn and Sphere Communications this week announced a deal where the two vendors will jointly sell and support Ethernet LAN and IP telephony products.

Newsletter: Nortel unveils Layer 2 switches, 07/15/04

Nortel recently announced a couple of stand-alone Layer 2 Ethernet switches for small and midsized businesses.

Covad combines wireless with Internet access, 07/14/04

Covad is teaming up with Netopia to provide Wi-Fi plus broadband access as part of a single service to people working out of their homes.

Multichannel WLAN chips look toward the sky, 07/13/04

Chipsets from start-up Engim that allow one Wi-Fi access point to carry data on multiple channels may end up in networks optimized for high-density environments, including multipurpose wireless …

Newsletter: Enterasys secures switches, 07/13/04

Enterasys Networks late last month unveiled technology to help prevent viruses and worms from making their way onto a network.