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Rate Cut Heals Some Wounds

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A surprise interest rate cut by the Federal Reserve coupled with strong earnings reports from several technology firms, including IBM, lifted our index 9.1 percent last week, its second consecutive steep gain.

Busted!

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InfiniBand aims to smash the data bind

HP Changes System Focus

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Plans to add 21 Intel-based Web server appliances to lineup as it moves away from Unix emphasis.

Division of Power

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Power line access surges abroad, shorts out in U.S.

Many Choices, Little Time

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Cisco partner programs target new initiatives.

Networking Fiber

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Aerie looking to reap benefits.

Theres a New Deputy In Town

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Chief strategy officers are becoming stylish icons at technology services firms. Are they really necessary, or just the latest management fad?

Bandwidth Traders Gleeful Amid Gloom

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Telephone companies and equipment makers may be gloomy, but bandwidth traders are whistling while they work.

Keep Thinking Inside the Box

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When a perfect technology comes along, I may be willing to let it protect me from myself

A Powerful Serve

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Zeus is pricey, but its strengths justify the costs

Align Your Backbone With the Right Bandwidth

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Choosing the right bandwidth to connect to the backbone is a piece of cake-once you know which ingredients you're looking for.

Apache 2.0 Scales to Windows

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Finally kicking the door open to widespread corporate Windows deployment and dramatically boosting Unix scalability via threads, The Apache Software Foundation has released the first beta of Apache HTTP Server 2.0

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