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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.

Gigabit Ethernet to the Internet

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We're used to thinking of gigabit Ethernet as the technology of choice for linking together Fast Ethernet switches, locking together storage area networks and binding servers into clusters. It can be more. Much more.

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.

Presuming The Worst Is Coming, What Can You Do?

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My buddy Jack the CIO is as unhappy as I was when I watched the Oakland Raiders make mincemeat of my Miami Dolphins earlier this month.

Unwired World

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Seeking answers to the global 'Digital Divide'

Express Networking

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Anritsu's latest switch extends LANs on a budget.

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.

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.

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.

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

System provides song information

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Pixstream Inc., of Waterloo, Ontario, a developer of video head-end solutions for service providers, is teaming with DMX Music Inc. to provide artist insertion software for video networking systems.

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