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Fast 50

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How are fastest-growing tech companies staying the course?

Fast Facts Infrastructure: July 9, 2001

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NextWave Telecom swears it isn't bluffing about aggressively building out a wireless network and last week announced a deal with Lucent Technologies to begin construction.

Taking the Metro

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Companies move into the metropolitan area network market

Running From Behind

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Can Novell sprint back into corporate networks?

Cool Millions?

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Transmeta has won fans, but needs sales to heat up

NetRule Ably Predicts Net Growth, but Setup Is Tricky

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Analytical Engines Inc.'s lightning-fast NetRule 4.0 network modeling and performance simulation tool is a good guide for planning network growth.

Keeping the System Running

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To protect enterprises from network downtime, RiverSoft Inc. has updated its IP network management software.

Now Showing: VP4

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A breakthrough in digital compression could lead to widespread deployment of video-on-demand, as cable and telephone broadband operators discover a profitable model for rolling out the service.

Bush Finally Picks Tech Czar

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After a five-month delay, the Bush administration has nominated John Marburger to become director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy.

Back to the Future?

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Centralized, 'thin' computing plans get another look

Security From Internet Site Defacements

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WatchGuard keeps attackers at bay by locking down Web server content

Janey Place

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Janey Place is in charge of e-commerce at Mellon Financial, the Pittsburgh holding company with almost $3 trillion in assets.

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