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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

Fast Breaks Newsfront: May 28, 2001

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Computer services firm Electronic Data Systems made its third large acquisition in as many months last week, agreeing to buy Structural Dynamics Research for $950 million in cash.

Operator No. 9: May 28, 2001

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In the wake of tech industry layoffs and the stock market slump, the inventory of high-priced houses on the real estate market in Silicon Valley and the number of luxury foreign cars being repossessed out of Cisco Systems', Yahoo!'s and other tech compani

Sonet: Not Dead Yet

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Touting voice, video, data in one

The Cure?

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Successful co-location agreements depend on good service providers and reasonable customers.

VOIP Phones Multiply at N+I

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There is a stealthy upswing in VOIP phones going on this year, raising the likelihood that, in the next few years, you'll be able to wire offices with nothing but Ethernet- or, in some cases, no wires at all.

Enterprises, Venture Pros Team Up

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Venture capitalists and corporate executives. In many ways, they seem worlds apart.

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