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WorldCom

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WorldCom, operator of one of the largest internet protocol backbones in the world, sees speed and volume as keys to the future.

Neutral Points

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Carriers try to allay bias fears

Carriers Jockey for MPLS

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Business customers shopping for virtual private networks will be hit by an onslaught of offers from metro and long-distance carriers this summer, as a new technology with big potential hits the market.

Get Real

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We're being inundated with pitches about how technology can help the energy crisis.

Cisco and Intel Join Forces

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To fuel gigabit ethernet network deployment, Cisco Systems Inc., of San Jose, Calif., and Intel Corp., of Santa Clara, Calif., clinched a joint marketing agreement late last month.

NetDetector Has Total Recall

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A product that's just a few months old is providing a way of taking the long view in network security.

Home Is Where the Wiring Is

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A summit on interoperability that the Continental Automated Buildings Association held last month may point the way to greater success in building high-bandwidth infrastructure into homes.

Density for the Data Center

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As demands for processing power increase, manufacturers are developing ways to pack more power into smaller spaces.

Riding Out the Twists and (Down)Turns

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In a cab from Austin's Bergstrom Airport, the driver told us that with the slowdown at Dell, it was tough to make $100 for a 16-hour shift these days.

Bluetooth Wireless Quietly Gains Support

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This time, Bluetooth backers are determined not to turn the hype machine up full blast.

Gettin Gig-E With It

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Technology beats other connectivity options - where available

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