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Gridlock on The Broadbahn

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Those of us who live in the 'burbs and work in the traffic hell of Manhattan have no trouble predicting that the real business opportunities in the foreseeable future are going to lie in infrastructure technologies and communications services.

Ease Their Pain

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Windows 2000 migrations can give your customers a migraine, but your wallet certainly won't suffer during the process.

A Higher Tab Will Give Tighter Reins

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NetSpective offers comprehensive monitoring of Internet use and network security-for a price.

Express Networking

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Anritsu's latest switch extends LANs on a budget.

Underlying Headaches

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While the actual migration process is not that difficult, getting to the point where you can migrate users and other network objects is a painstaking exercise.

Breaking the Bottleneck

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Carriers vying to speed data delivery

One-Stop Shop

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Telecom inefficiency makes universal access money

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.

Gorilla Partnering

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Want to be an MSP? Steal a page from Intellinet and silverback Technologies.

Up in the Air

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U.S. still can make 3G comeback

CA Gets the Last Laugh

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Remember Network Associates' hostile bid for Cheyenne?

3Com Spin-off Turns Rival

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The latest episode in the 3Com and U.S. Robotics story might play out like something from a PBS television nature special: The offspring grows up and attacks its parent in a vicious fight for territory.

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