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Pumping Data

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What you need to know when choosing Gigabit Ethernet services

Netpliance Awaits Savior

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The clock is running out for Netpliance, a pioneering Internet appliance start-up that was unable to sustain its original business model.

Bad News Can Be Good News

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You've been reading a lot of "bad" technology news lately. In the last month, our front page has included stories on the dot-com and B2B busts, the PC sales slowdown, perpetually unsafe networks, Lotus losing more of its independence to IBM, C

Plumbing for Profit

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Urban fiber construction takes to sewers

Thin Rack Servers Gain Momentum

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Thin is in, as sales of slim, rack-mounted servers continue to soar and competition for customers heats up with two more major computer makers entering the fray.

VCs Tighten Their Purse Strings

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Investments may be cut in half this year, but that's still a lot of moola for startups.

PMC Line on Tap from Mapletree

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Mapletree Networks Inc. has introduced a series of PMC cards for access and gateway systems.

Seeing the Light

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Optical switches offer bright possibilities for broadband

Fast Facts Infrastructure: January 22, 2001

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AT&T will swap $2.9 billion in stock for stakes in Excite@Home controlled by competitors Comcast and Cox Communications.

Pedal to the Metal

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Will gigabit ethernet continue to proliferate in the enterprise and beyond?

Gigabit Ethernet to the Internet

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We're used to thinking of gigabit Ethernet as the technology of choice for linking together Fast Ethernet switches, locking together storage area networks and binding servers into clusters. It can be more. Much more.

Obscenity Watch

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Porn site operators fear Bush administration

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