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Vendors to target XML traffic jam

May 03, 20042 mins

Latest LAN news.

Vendors to target XML traffic jam, 05/03/04

Looking to help customers rein in the growing traffic created by XML and Web services applications, a slew of vendors are developing gigabit-speed silicon that ultimately might be found in equipment throughout corporate networks.

Product palooza at N+I, 05/03/04

A rebounding NetWorld+Interop will showcase a bevy of new switching, security and management wares two weeks from now in Las Vegas, but it will be the show’s swan song at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

FalconStor unwraps SMB iSCSI, 05/03/04

FalconStor launched an iSCSI storage server last week designed for small to midsize businesses, and departments or workgroups within large companies.

Calculating costs of WLANs, 05/03/04

To know if you’re getting what you pay for in a wireless LAN switch, you have to know what you want and what the vendor has.

Opinion: Should we go wireless in our data center? 05/03/04

With the need to monitor power and the environment within our data center, will wireless technology be able to function for this application with all of the metal racks, chassis, …

Newsletter: SMC offers small switches, 04/29/04

SMC Networks this week introduced two 10/100M bit/sec Ethernet switches that the company says pack lots of features into a small space.

Newsletter: Another Extreme switch under the microscope, 04/27/04

After I recently highlighted a Tolly Group report on an Extreme Networks LAN switch, I was informed that the testing organization tried out another Extreme …