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Pedal to the Metal

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

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.

Plumbing for Profit

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Urban fiber construction takes to sewers

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.

New Company Taps Transmeta Chip for Servers

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As if mindful of an energy crunch in Silicon Valley, a group of former Compaq Computer executives have gotten together to form RLX Technologies, which intends to produce low-power-consumption servers.

Obscenity Watch

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Porn site operators fear Bush administration

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.

Smile! Youre Live on the Air

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Online video reduces hiring time and expenses.

Teaming Up for Manufacturers

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Automation tool vendor PTC signs up with Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, EMC.

See No Evil

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The relationship among Wall Street, the investment community and technology is dysfunctional at best.

Avici Routes AT&T Into The Fast Lane

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AT&T and Avici Systems put their competitors on notice last week by announcing that Ma Bell has completed its coast-to-coast Internet Protocol network and will use Avici's routers, which carry traffic at 10 gigabits per second.

No-cost PKI is worth the cost

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Attendees at the mis Training Institute's recent conference on PKI, in Atlanta, learned that the public-key infrastructure in Microsoft's Windows 2000 Advanced Server Edition lacks features essential to enterprise-level security.

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