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Cisco Puts IP Calls Through on Phones

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As of tomorrow, you will no longer need to buy an Internet Protocol phone to make and receive IP calls.

The Buzz: May 21, 2001

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Gateway and Juno Online Services got out from under federal scrutiny last week.

Harmony on The Horizon

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How CIOs and i-managers work together

Fast Facts Infrastructure: May 21, 2001

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Tellme Networks last week announced its acquisition of European competitor Magic Phone.

Challenges Ahead for Nortel

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As battered Nortel Networks goes in search of fresh leadership, its fortunes may depend on whether the regional Bells get the sweetheart deal they're expecting from Congress.

Market Outlook

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Boeing, based on various industry analysts' reports, says the market for in-flight Internet access is about $70 billion over the next 10 years.

The Little Protocol That Could

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Sip has some tough times going ahead- but progress is being made.

Tools Raise Web Awareness

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Monitoring apps from four companies bring better insight into problems at Internet service providers.

Buyers Market Starts to Sizzle

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The consolidation that the market has been waiting for in the Internet consulting space is picking up momentum, as evidenced by the recent acquisitions of Mainspring by IBM and Proxicom by Dimension Data.

An E-Business Forecast

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Customercentric model is top priority

Fast Breaks Newsfront: May 21, 2001

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Ciena has named Gary Smith its new CEO. Smith, 40, was previously the telecom company's president and chief operating officer.

An Industry Stuck in Reverse

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And that's a good thing, logistically speaking.

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