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Cisco Limping From Sudden Shortfall

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Cisco Systems galloped like a racehorse for 10 years. Bred for speed and growth, it never slowed its breakneck pace.

Division of Power

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Power line access surges abroad, shorts out in U.S.

Accelerating the Content

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NetScaler Inc. this week will announce the availability of its NetScaler 3000 Series Web site acceleration solution, which combines content acceleration with traffic management.

eFiles: April 23, 2001

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The picture may have turned fuzzy for many consumer- focused streaming video dot-coms, but enterprises are tuning in to the technology.

Rate Cut Heals Some Wounds

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A surprise interest rate cut by the Federal Reserve coupled with strong earnings reports from several technology firms, including IBM, lifted our index 9.1 percent last week, its second consecutive steep gain.

HP Changes System Focus

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Plans to add 21 Intel-based Web server appliances to lineup as it moves away from Unix emphasis.

Keep Thinking Inside the Box

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When a perfect technology comes along, I may be willing to let it protect me from myself

When Tech Strikes Out

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Yes, accountants can be humorous. The best accounting joke of all time follows.

Bandwidth Traders Gleeful Amid Gloom

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Telephone companies and equipment makers may be gloomy, but bandwidth traders are whistling while they work.

Networking Fiber

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Aerie looking to reap benefits.

DSL Video Service Goes Condo

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Few upstart carriers have succeeded in delivering data over turbocharged copper wires.

Align Your Backbone With the Right Bandwidth

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Choosing the right bandwidth to connect to the backbone is a piece of cake-once you know which ingredients you're looking for.

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